An event for the series Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It announced today that a second season of the TV anime is currently in production. A trailer for the second season will be released on the official Twitter account for the franchise at a later time with a key visual as well. Learn more after the jump!
You can now enjoy all 12 episodes of the Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It anime in English-dubbed form on Crunchyroll. With the final set available, we're taking a moment to highlight some of the key dub cast members that are here to provide a new way to watch this highly scientific series. Read on for more.
From dates for returning dubs to brand new English-dubbed versions of shows like the Crunchyroll Original adaptation of WEBTOON series Tower of God, Crunchyroll announced a full slate of premieres that fans can look forward to very soon.
Huge enthusiasm for the music video for "Turing Love feat. Sou," the ED theme for the ongoing TV anime Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove it, Rikekoi for short, has shown no sign of slowing down. The clip featuring cute anime dance has finally surpassed ten million views on YouTube. Check it out one more time after the jump!
The music video for "Turing Love feat. Sou," the ED theme for the ongoing TV anime Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove it has been received with huge enthusiasm, including over four million views on YouTube only in ten days. Due to its huge success, an "Odottemita" (I tried dancing it) video by the video's dance choreographer Iripon-sensei and @Azuki was produced in a hurry. Let's learn the unique dance together after the jump!
The official YouTube channel for 24-year-old female singer Akari Nanawo has started streaming a full-length music video for her latest single song "Turing Love feat. Sou." The pop tune is now used as the ED theme for the ongoing TV anime Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove it, Rikekoi for short in Japan. Check out the cutely animated clip after the jump!
The official website for the winter 2020 TV anime Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove it, Rikekoi for short, announced today that the anime (including its all 12 episodes and PVs) was viewed more than ten million times only in five days since its launch on China's largest legal anime streaming platform bilibili. Hit the jump for more details.
One of the many additions to Crunchyroll's Winter 2020 Lineup is Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It, and Crunchyroll went ahead and lined up the official release schedule. Read on for more.