The original “Stars Align” anime will end in December 2019 with the twelfth episode.
With only a few hours to spare before he released a Stars Align Season 2 update, director Kazuki Akane announced the original Two-Cour series would get a second season titled Stars Align.
Let’s get right to it, shall we?
Stars Align Season 2 plans are currently at a standstill
“Star-Crossing Skies” (Hoshiai no Sora, transl. “Star-Crossing Skies”) is a Japanese original anime television series written and directed by Kazuki Akane at Studio 8bit (That Time I Got… From the 10th of October to the 26th of December, the show was on the air.
Kazuki Akane revealed on his Twitter account that he had received numerous messages from curious fans around the world who wanted to know how far along the sequel was in production. He re-explained the current situation in English for those who might have been misled by an incorrect translation.
He has been unable to locate a company willing to take over the project since the end of the original anime’s television broadcast to produce “Stars Align Season 2.” Consequently, he hasn’t been able to hire animators.
For a sequel, Kazuki Akane has decided that even though it isn’t ideal right now, he plans to one-day produce episodes 13 through 24 and then present them to his fans.
Between October and December of this year, “Stars Align” was shown on Funimation as a simulcast with English subtitles. In May of 2020, a two-minute fan film based on the TV show was released.
Stars Align Season 2 Cast
The lead character, Maki Katsuragi, voiced by Justin Briner, is expected to appear in Season 2 of Stars Align.
Even though he is an amateur, this college student quickly rises to the position of the best player in the club’s softball league. After his parents divorced, he moved in with his mother and spent his time running errands for the family.
Toma Shinjo, voiced by Josh Grelle, is a captain of the school’s soft tennis team in Stars Align Season 2. In the days before Maki joined, he was the only one who took the game seriously.
In addition to these characters, the second season of Stars Align will feature Derick Snow as Itsuki Ameno, Garret Storms as Rintaro Futsu, Rico Fajardo as Tsubasa Soga, Adam Gibbs as Shingo Takenouchi, Matt Shipman as Nao Tsukinose, Dallas Reid as Taiyo Ishigami, Brandon Mclnnis as Y Asuka, Rachel Glass as Kanako Mits
The show is also expected to feature Kaori Kasuga, Aya Katsuragi, Kenji Kyobate, and Toma’s mother, all voiced by Tia Ballard and Mikaela Krantz, respectively.
Stars Align Season 2 Plot
The center school’s soft tennis team has become a laughingstock. With the notable exception of Toma Shinjo, their teammates appear to be lazy, entitled, and weak, with the notable exception of Shinjo’s role as group leader.
When the leader of the understudy committee declares that clubs with terrible results will never again be financed by the school, things reach a critical point for him.
To put it another way, if the soft tennis club fails to win a single match at the late spring competition, it will only exist in the annals of the sport’s history.
However, even though everyone agrees that this is unacceptable, only Toma is truly upset and tries desperately to come up with a plan to change things.
A childhood friend who recently returned to town and showed off some promising skills gave Toma a much-needed lift at that point.
Fans can look forward to more of the same in Stars Align Season 2 because of the manga’s 24 episodes and the show’s 12 so far, which have only been partially animated.
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