Violet Evergarden is a 2018 Japanese anime television series which debuted on Netflix. It is based on a light novel with the same name.
About the series
The series is directed under the guidance of Taichi Ishidate. If we talk about the original networking platforms, the series got aired on Tokyo MX, ABC, TVA, BS11, Netflix, and HTB.
The series follows up the tale of an emotionally disconnected combatant named Violet who received prosthetic limbs after warfare.
Further, the character settles up as a ghostwriter as she examines the significance behind her governor’s conclusive utterances to her.
This Japanese series focusing on the theme of love while targeting a young audience received hype due to its amazing visuals and fascinating storyline.
Henceforth, the production is ready with the second season for Violet Evergarden. Here’s everything you should know about the second season:
Violet Evergarden Season 2: Plot Details
As of now, details observing the narrative and plot for the second season goes on unknown. In fact, all the cast members and production team have been tight-lipped concerning the second season.
Undoubtedly, the second season will continue to focus on Violet’s research about Gilbert’s last words to her. Apart from this, a lot of things are expected to happen this season.
Violet Evergarden Season 2: Cast Members
Almost all the cast members are returning with their gracious talents to stun us once again. However, some new faces are also expected to pop up in the upcoming series.
The list of the revisiting cast members includes Claudia Hodgins, Kyoe McCarley, Yui Ishikawa, Erika Harlecher, Benedict Blue, and Ben Pronsky.
In addition, it will also comprise Aya Endo, Reva Bunr, Haruka Tomatsu, Cherami Leigh, Minori Chihara, and last but not the least Christine Marie Cabanos.
Violet Evergarden Season 2: Release Date
Originally, the series was scheduled for a release on April 24, 2020. It was later delayed with the ongoing pandemic of coronavirus.
As of now, the team has scheduled its release on September 18, 2020. Let’s just hope it doesn’t get postponed for a further date.