(Last Updated On: June 28, 2023)

In the rapid-fire world of 2023’s anime scene, Oshi no Ko has made its mark, swiftly rising to the peak of popularity on the streaming service, HIDIVE. Completing its first season, this ground-breaking series has announced the production of its sequel, feeding the anticipation of its global fanbase with new artwork and a teaser video.

The first season of Oshi no Ko culminated with its eleventh episode titled “Idol”, setting the stage for the creation of a fresh band to lead the narrative of the upcoming First Concert Arc in Season Two. Breaking records on HIDIVE and the Global Billboard charts, owing to its captivating music, Oshi no Ko has managed to carve out a substantial following in a remarkably short span.

The Journey Continues: Season Two in the Making

The official Twitter handle of Oshi no Ko affirmed that the intriguing saga, imbued with darker themes, will persist. Accompanying this announcement, a new poster featuring the anime’s ensemble cast and a behind-the-scenes video showcasing the craftsmanship of Studio Doga Kobo have been released. Given the ongoing release of new manga chapters, the series has abundant material for translation to the screen, ensuring the continuity of this gripping narrative.

Aka Akasaka and Mengo Yokoyari's Oshi no Ko Manga Gets TV Anime

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For those yet to experience this exploration of the idol industry’s darker side, HIDIVE provides an official description for Oshi no Ko: “Dr. Gorou Amemiya’s tranquil countryside medical clinic is visited by a pregnant young starlet. He assumes the responsibility of safely (and secretly) delivering Ai Hoshino’s child. However, a tragic turn of events occurs when Ai’s deluded stalker murders him on the eve of her delivery. Miraculously, he is reborn as Ai’s child, Aquamarine Hoshino. Navigating the murky waters of the entertainment industry, he aims to help his new mother reach stardom. But what will he do when disaster strikes? This story is adapted from the seinen drama manga series by Aka Akasaka, serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Young Jump.”


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Monika Chopra
Monika Chopra is a Mumbai-based anime writer from a wealthy background. An open lesbian, she advocates for #LGBTQ+ rights through her globally loved narratives. Her work focuses on inclusivity and the slice-of-life anime genre, finding extraordinary in the ordinary.
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