The globally popular anime TV series Violet Evergarden Season 1 dropped its finale on April 5, 2018, along with the Violet Evergarden Season 2 isn’t out yet. However, there are two films from the very same franchises, Violet Evergarden: Eternity along with the Auto Memory Doll and Violet Evergarden: The Movie which was released in 2019 and 2020 respectively.
According to a few sources, the series developer is in talks to work the sequence. Kyoto Animation is working on the project and the scripts. Violet Evergarden Season two may fall at the end of 2021 or the start of 2022. Violet Evergarden Season 1 left many cliffhangers. For instance – what happens to Major Gilbert? Is he dead? Will Violet relate to Major Gilber’s last word? Fans are eagerly waiting to have the solution in the upcoming season. A number of the series lovers are expecting Important Gilbert to be seen in Season 2 through flashbacks because he had been executed in Season 1.
But we all are aware of the continuing coronavirus pandemic that has influenced all the productions throughout the world. Unfortunately, the production of Violet Evergarden appears to require more time as Japan is still combating the Covid-19 pandemic. However, Season 2 will surely come back.
The major casts who may reunite in Violet Evergarden Season 2 are Yui Ishikawa as Violet, Daisuke Namikawa as Gilbert Boganwilia, Kyle McCarley as Claudia, Minor Chihara as Erica. The other casts possibly will comprise Reba Buhar like Catalia, Takua Ingi, etc.
Meanwhile, Taichi Ishidate led Violet Evergarden: The Film is nominated as Best Animation Film on Mainichi Film Awards. After its release in Japanese theaters in 2020, the arcade movie received the maximum audience satisfaction rating from top Japanese evaluations and survey Filmarks.
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