Sing “Yesterday” for Me is originally a Japanese manga series written by Kei Toume and was first published in 1997. It has a total of 11 volumes that tell the complete story. Because of the popularity of the manga series an anime tv series was ordered for the manga on April 17, 2019, which was produced by DMM.futureworks. The anime adaptation was written for tv by Yoshiyuki Fujiwara and Jin Tanaka and was directed by Yoshiyuki Fujiwara.
The series was released on April 4, 2020, and ran until June 20, 2020, when it concluded it 12 episodes long run for the first season. Brought by Doga Kobo studio the series performed quite well on the TV Asahi, AbemaTV, and BS Asahi networks which have the right to broadcast it on air. The fans who have watched the first season of Sing “Yesterday” for Me must be curious for the upcoming season. Let’s get into any leaks in the second season.
When Season 2 of Sing “Yesterday” for Me will be released?
The first season of the series just completed its run on 20 June 2020 and fans are already expecting another season for the anime. Those of you who have watched the series must be familiar that it ended on a quite strange note and there is not any major cliffhanger that we saw. But still, there is room for more stories to be told as some pieces were not completed or concluded properly.
However, it still seems that there won’t be another renewal for the anime because the ending tells the story of the original manga series so we are not much hope for the future. If somehow by any chance the author wished to write some new material then it might be possible for that we could another season of the anime.
Here are all the main characters from the series that we have seen so far.
Rikuo Uozumi (Voiced by Chikahiro Kobayashi): Riko is a graduate student and uncertain about his future.
Haru Nonaka(Voiced by Yume Miyamoto): Haru is a girl who worked at MILK HALL.
Shinako Morinome (Voiced by Kana Hanaza): Riko’s classmate, named, Shinako works as a school teacher.
Rō Hayakawa(Voiced by Natsuki Hanae, Misato Murai (childhood)): Rō is the childhood friend of Shinako.
Each of the above characters has their circles of friends. So the cast list is pretty big taking into account the side characters as well.