Anime Continuation
Posted 9/4/13
Hi i'm new to crunchyroll... and I gotta say theres a lot of good anime ive enjoy and was wondering if there is somewhere to know if a certain anime ends or theres going to be more release.. if I go to "shows">"seasons">and " winter 2013" I see anime that has already been released but im not sure if that means theres a season 2 releasing winter 13 .. for example you can see "Da Capo III" im not sure if theres going to be like a season 2... can someone explain??
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Posted 9/4/13
I would say the only effective way unless you have the ability to read Japanese websites is to just stay current on the CR news announcements as to when new shows will be added. As for continuation of previous shows it really does come down to marketing returns a show that does well that either has the writers or source material will continue the ones that do less well may be over.

Still waiting on pins and needles for Skip Beat 2, will hope in the face of hopelessness.
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Posted 9/4/13 , edited 9/4/13

Jeysson_93 wrote:

Hi i'm new to crunchyroll... and I gotta say theres a lot of good anime ive enjoy and was wondering if there is somewhere to know if a certain anime ends or theres going to be more release.. if I go to "shows">"seasons">and " winter 2013" I see anime that has already been released but im not sure if that means theres a season 2 releasing winter 13 .. for example you can see "Da Capo III" im not sure if theres going to be like a season 2... can someone explain??


Hi ya...

Usually a season continuation is announced via some anime news site. Besides reading Japanese sites (in Japanese), you can check Crunchyroll's news feed (http://www.crunchyroll.com/news) periodically to see if a new season of your favorite anime has been announced.

Another site is the AnimeNewsNetwork (http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/). Their news feed is pretty quick at updating. You can snag their RSS feed and get it even faster (http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/newsfeed/) or follow them on Twitter/Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/animenewsnetwork).

An English language blog I read now-and-then for anime news is Otaku Kokka (http://otakukokka.com/).

A good place to look at what's coming out next season, is AniChart: (http://anichart.net/)

There are others.... tons actually, but basically you'll need to dig around the Web a bit for news on series continuations. Don't forget to look in the forums here. You can find the series thread devoted to the show you're interested in and look to see if someone posted an update about a new season.

You can also check Wikipedia (http://www.wikipedia.org/) to see if they updated series information.

Good luck.
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Posted 9/4/13
da capo 3 is actually the third installment of da capo 1 and 2, hence its name, da capo 3.

just btw and there might be a da capo 4 if they continue on another 50 years into the future with the interdimentional-time-skipping-incestX2-baby that is yoshino sakura

^ someone check me on that pretty sure i missed something but yeah.
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Posted 9/4/13

Jeysson_93 wrote:
Hi i'm new to crunchyroll... and I gotta say theres a lot of good anime ive enjoy and was wondering if there is somewhere to know if a certain anime ends or theres going to be more release.. if I go to "shows">"seasons">and " winter 2013" I see anime that has already been released but im not sure if that means theres a season 2 releasing winter 13 .. for example you can see "Da Capo III" im not sure if theres going to be like a season 2... can someone explain??



Thanks guys!

Jeysson_93, I don't have anything to add, except to say that because CR doesn't allow personal threads (where the main purpose of the thread is to get an answer specifically for the person starting it) in the forums, you can use the The Anime Help Thread in the future for questions of this sort.

Also, if something is basically site-related (like this was) you can ask in the Site Support/Minor Questions forum (where starting a thread to ask a CR site-related question is permitted.

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