Netflix to Stream Kimi ni Todoke Anime Sequel by Production I.G in 2024

(Last Updated On: September 4, 2023)

A sequel to the beloved 2009-2011 television anime adaptation of Karuho Shiina’s manga “Kimi ni Todoke – From Me to You” has been officially green-lit. Fans can rejoice as “Kimi ni Todoke – From Me to You Season 3,” also known as “Kimi ni Todoke 3rd Season,” is set to exclusively stream on Netflix worldwide in the coming year.

The series will see the return of the talented Mamiko Noto, who will once again voice the endearing character Sawako Kuronuma, while Daisuke Namikawa reprises his role as Shōta Kazehaya. The animation will be masterfully crafted by Production I.G.

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The manga’s narrative revolves around Sawako Kuronuma, affectionately nicknamed Sadako due to her long, ebony hair and fair complexion, which often leads people to misjudge her as gloomy.

However, her life takes an unexpected turn when she forms a deep and heartwarming connection with the popular Shōta Kazehaya, eventually blossoming into a beautiful romance.

Karuho Shiina initiated the main “Kimi ni Todoke” manga series in Shueisha’s Bessatsu Margaret shōjo magazine back in 2006, and it concluded its heartwarming journey in November 2017. The 30th and final compiled book volume was published by Shueisha in March 2018. Shiina continued to delight fans with the “Kimi ni Todoke Bangaihen: Unmei no Hito” (Kimi ni Todoke Spinoff: Soulmate) manga, serialized in Bessatsu Margaret from April 2018 until May 2022.

This beloved series has consistently maintained its status among Japan’s top-selling manga, boasting a remarkable circulation of 36 million copies, including digital editions. Viz Media has been instrumental in bringing the manga to English-speaking audiences, releasing the 30th volume in December 2018.

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For those eagerly awaiting the anime adaptation, NIS America has previously released both seasons of the television series on home video. Additionally, a live-action film adaptation graced Japanese theaters in 2010. More recently, Netflix introduced a live-action series adaptation of “Kimi ni Todoke” on March 30th.


Source | Comic Natalie

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Fauzia, a New York-based college professor and part-time anime writer of Indian origin, effortlessly marries her Hyderabad roots with her love for romantic manga and manhwa. Deeply passionate about anime, especially the character Ichigo, her writing continues to captivate fans worldwide.

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