Science fell in love, so I tried to prove it, event announced on nineteen October, that is today that the second season of the TV anime is being produced currently. The series has been based on the romantic comedy manga of the same name, which has been created by Alifred Yamamoto. The first season of the anime aired in this year, in the month of January and ended in the month of March. A trailer video of the second season was released on official account of twitter for the franchise, and a visual was also uploaded on the same.
The Japanese manga creator, Yamamoto also posted a cute celebratory image on their twitter account, so you can check the visual on the account or on the official website of crunchyroll.
The plot revolves around a boy and a girl who have an immense passion for science and research, so when they fell in love everything changes. The character of the girl is called Himuro Ayame, and she is extremely intelligent and talented in her field. The woman is a science graduate student at Saitama University and asks out a fellow science graduate, Yukimura Shinya out.
Even though, there is no logical reason that the two fall in love, but as the two are majoring in science and engineering they have to prove it based on experiment. This would mean proving that their feelings are actually real, and to prevent failing as a science student.
In this scientific romantic series, you will surely have some good laughs too and will love this unique plot.
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The first run of the Science fell in love so I tried to prove it, was streamed on crunchyroll official streaming network in the English dub. The original language in which it aired was in Japanese.