Shimoneta Season 2 - All We Should Know So Far

Although there are many anime shows to choose from, the anime genre is far more diverse than casual fans may believe. In the world of Japanese animation, there are lots of action and fantasy programs, but there are also more humorous shows that deal with issues that are important to Japan and their creators.

“Shimoneta: A Boring World Where the Concept of Dirty Jokes Doesn’t Exist,” or simply “Shimoneta,” is a dystopian future in which the Japanese government has clamped down on immoral language and behavior. Every resident in Japan is required to wear a tracker that records their speech and movements. The story depicts a young child who is compelled to join a terrorist group in order to protest the Japanese government’s restrictions. Many fans are asking when the second season of “Shimoneta” will be released in Japan and the United States, following the first season.

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When will Shimoneta Season 2 be available to buy?

“Shimoneta” has yet to be renewed for a second season, and it’s possible that the show will not be renewed at all. Since the first season aired in 2015, the show’s creative team hasn’t worked on it in a long time. The show hasn’t been officially canceled, thus “Shimoneta” could return in the future.

Many American shows adhere to a tight television schedule, but Japanese anime does not. Instead of returning to projects like “Shimoneta,” creative teams can take a vacation and work on other projects. Despite the fact that it is unknown whether the series will be renewed, fans are anxious to discover more about the universe in which it is set and the individuals who populate it. It’s unclear when more “Shimoneta” will be released, or when it will be dubbed for American audiences.

Shimoneta Season 2 - All We Should Know So Far

Shimoneta Season 2 cast: who’s who?

“Shimoneta” includes two voice casts, as do many anime series: one for the original Japanese version and another for English-speaking fans. Unfortunately, Miyu Matsuki, who played Anna in the Japanese version of the show, died shortly after the first season was released (via Anime News Network). One of the reasons there hasn’t been any word about a second season of the show could be because of this.

Although Matsuki’s death is tragic, the show’s makers are likely to be able to locate a substitute for Anna’s voice if the show is renewed. Ysuke Kobayashi as Tanukichi Okuma and Shizuka Ishigami as Ayame Kajô for the Japanese version, and Josh Grelle (Tanukichi Okuma), Jamie Marchi (Ayame Kajô), and Monica Rial (Anna) for the English-language version, would most likely return if the program were to return for a second season (via IMDb). Before being translated into English, the show will most likely be dubbed in Japanese.

Shimoneta Season 2 - All We Should Know So Far

Shimoneta Season 2 has a plot.

There are no official details on what the plot of the second season might be because the show hasn’t been renewed. The first season lasted 12 episodes and covered the first and second volumes of the light novel from which the show was produced. There were a total of 12 novels in the series, so there would be enough material to cover if it were to return for another season.

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The show’s first season concludes with the discovery of an old mansion full with gory and obscene treasures. All of the show’s main characters swear that these artefacts will be returned to the world at some point, providing plenty of fodder for future stories for any writers who take on the job. There’s a lot of material out there, but it’s uncertain whether there’s enough interest in making more episodes of the show. Fans will have to make do with the 12 episodes they currently have until that choice is made.

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