Action Heroine Cheer Fruits is a Japanese animated series by studio Diomedéa, also known for Aho Girls, Beatless, etc. It is an original anime that, due to the popularity of the show, was later adapted into a manga by Azuse and began to be serialized in Young Champion Retsu, a publication published by Akita Shoten, on June 20. It aired on the Japanese TV network from July 7, 2017, to September 29, 2017, with 12 episodes each lasting 24 minutes. It is an anime with a school theme that is classified as both a comedy and a slice of life. Here are all the details about Action Heroine Cheer Fruits Season 2 Release Date.
A fascinating subject matter is explored in anime. Given that a significant portion of the show is movement-based, the animation can occasionally be subpar, which is a little problematic. The show’s whimsical characteristics are yet another appealing aspect. It is subdued, cozy, and regional. The plot of the story, which centers on a group of girls trying to become famous by becoming their hometown’s “heroine group” while having fun, progresses quite well.
Just two of the final nine girls are present when we begin, and they decide to put on a performance for a small group of children using nothing more than a cardboard costume, and then we are slowly introduced to other characters.
Action Heroine Cheer Fruits Season 2 Release Date
Action Heroine Cheer Fruits is an original anime. Most of the time, we see that the original anime wraps up their story in one season and does not return for another. This might be the case for this original anime too. But since the creator of the show has not given any information regarding the next season, we can not confirm anything as of this movement. We only need to know that if the anime is renewed for the new season, it is not cancelled either.
If the creator of the show gives us some news, we will update this page for you.
|Name of the Show||Action Heroine Cheer Fruits|
|Season Number||Season 2|
|Genre||Comedy, Slice Of Life|
|Action Heroine Cheer Fruits Season 1 Release Date||7 July 2017|
|Action Heroine Cheer Fruits Season 2 Release Date||Not Announced Yet|
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Action Heroine Cheer Fruits Season 1 Recap
The story is set in Hinano, a city that is in danger of being swallowed up by a nearby town due to its failing economy, declining tourism industry, and other factors. The story opens with our main character, high school student Mikan Kise, taking her younger sister to see Kamidaioh, the hottest action star right now, only to discover that the performance has been postponed. In an effort to appease her sister, Mikan makes a promise to bring her Kamidaioh, but instead decides to put on a homemade performance with the assistance of her Tokusatsu-obsessed classmate Ann Akagi. This amateur performance attracts the attention of Student Council President Misaki Shirogane, the mayor’s niece, who gives Misaki the idea to start Hinano’s very own Action Theater.
The rest of the show follows the “Cheer Fruits” as they seek out new members, locate a venue for performances, raise the caliber of their scripts and production, and strive to become the most well-liked action heroine group in Japan.
Action Heroine Cheer Fruits Season 2 Story
Nothing can be confirmed as of this moment, but we can expect to see more of Cheer Fruits as they accomplish their goals as action heroines and put on their best performances for children.
Action Heroine Cheer Fruits Season 2 Cast
The characters and cast of season 2 are yet unknown to us, but we are expecting the older cast that were in season one to return for it. They include
Misaki Shirogane, voiced by M.A.O
Misaki is the president of her school’s student council and the daughter of the governor of Hinano City. In addition to directing and hosting the Hina Nectar shows, she occasionally appears on stage dressed in a white Hina Nectar uniform.
Ann Akagi, voiced by Miku Itō
Ann is a tokusatsu enthusiast and an active high school student. Misaki Shirogane was motivated to launch the Action Heroine Project after seeing her performance at the beginning, in which she portrays Medica Red, the head of the Hina Nectars.
Mikan Kise, voiced by Erii Yamazaki
The quiet Mikan puts a lot of effort into helping her younger sister. She performs Cheer Yellow and writes the scripts for Hina Nectar’s television programs.
Other characters that might appear in season 2 are Roko Kuroki, voiced by Rie Murakawa; Mana Midorikawa, voiced by: Yūki Hirose, Genki Aoyama, voiced by Haruka Ishida, Yūki Aoyama voiced by Haruka Ishida, Hatsuri Momoi, voiced by Moe Toyota; and Kanon Shimura, voiced by Haruka Shiraishi.
Action Heroine Cheer Fruits Season 2 Trailer
Nothing has been announced regarding the Action Heroine Cheer Fruits Season 2, including its trailer. We will upload it here once it is made available, so rest assured.
Where To Watch Action Heroine Cheer Fruits Season 2 Online?
Season one of the show is available to stream on HIDIVE and Crunchyroll in selected regions, but nothing can be said about season two’s streaming information.
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