‘Rin-ne’ Anime Gets Second Season Scheduled

‘Rin-ne’ Anime Gets Second Season Scheduled After teasing some news coming up last week, the NHK Anime Blog has revealed that a second season of Rin-ne has been given the green light. Similar to the first season that’s currently finishing up, it’ll get a twenty-five episode run with plans for the spring 2016 anime season. It’s expected that the main production team will remain as will the voice cast.

The series wraps up its Japanese home video releases in February, making it an ideal spring launch.

Sentai Filmworks has picked up the North American license for this series.

The show is set to be directed by Seiki Sugawara at Brains Base with the eternally busy Michiko Yokote handling the scripts for the series. The series stars Kaito Ishikawa as Rinne Rokudo, Marina Inoue as Sakura Mamiya, Hitomi Nabatame as Rokumon, Satsuki Yukino as Tamako, Kappei Yamaguchi as Sabato Rokudo, Ryohei Kimura as Tsubasa Jūmonji, Tetsuya Kakihara as Masato, Sora Tokui as Miho, Aya Suzaki as Rika and Tesshô Genda as Narrator.

Rumiko Takahashi’s works have spawned some long running shows over the years, from Urusei Yatsura to Ranma 1/2 as well as Maison Ikkoku and Inu Yasha. Add in a number of OVAs over the years, most of which are long out of print in North America, and it’s easy to see why they’ll animate what she produces once there’s more than enough content to work with. The manga series, which is released in North America by Viz as Rin-ne, began in 2009 and has twenty-seven volumes released there to date. Viz Media has schedule the 19th volume of the series for release in November in North America.

Plot Concept: As a child Sakura Mamiya mysteriously disappeared in the woods behind her grandma’s home. She returned whole and healthy, but since then she has had the power to see ghosts. Now a teenager, she just wishes the ghosts would leave her alone! At school, the desk next to Sakura’s has been empty since the start of the school year, then one day her always-absent classmate shows up, and he’s far more than what he seems!

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‘Rin-ne’ Anime Gets Second Season Scheduled