It’s official: Season 2 of My Next Life as a Villain will premiere on Netflix on September 14, 2015! The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic may have made it difficult for anime to be released around this time last year, but the shows that did screen during this turbulent time stood out from the crowd nonetheless. Despite all the problems, the premiere of My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom was one of the biggest hits of the Spring 2020 anime season!
As soon as the first season was over, it was confirmed that a second season was in the works. As initially announced and promoted, My Next Life as a Villainess Season 2 will premiere in Japan on July 2, 2021, instead of the originally planned Summer 2021 release date. Check out the latest trailer in the video on the right!
Season two of My Next Life as a Villainess (officially titled My Next Life as a Villainess X) will feature essentially the same cast and crew. Angela, the artist from Season 1, will return to perform the Season 2 opening, “Andante ni Koi o Shite!,” and Shouta Aoi, the new ending theme, “give me,” will make a guest appearance as well.
With Crunchyroll, you can catch up on the first season of My Next Life as a Villain before the second season arrives later this Summer. The series is described as follows:
“Heiress to a fortune Recalling her prior life, Catarina Claes is struck in the head by a rock and is brought back to life. Fortune Lover, an otome game she was enamored within her previous life, is the world she now inhabits… but she’s been cast as the villain who seeks to thwart the protagonist’s relationship! Exile is Catarina’s best option, but death is her worst! As long as she doesn’t set off the warning flags, she’ll have a happy future! The screwball love comedy based on misunderstandings has begun!”
What do you think of this latest glimpse at the second season of My Next Life as a Villain? Do you think the first season was good or bad? In the comments below or if you’d like, tweet me @Valdezology with your ideas on animated and other fun stuff!
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