Gakuen Babysitters Season 2 Publication Date: Confirmed?

Gakuen Babysitters stands out among the handful of other anime series because of its unique focus on the field of childcare. The “Babysitter Club” preschoolers of Morinomiya School soothed the crowd with their adorableness. The return of the anime series School Babysitters is eagerly anticipated by fans.

Is there going to be a Gakuen Babysitters season 2? In that case, when can we expect it? Can you give us a sneak peek at season two?

All the details you need to know about Gakuen Babysitters Season 2 are right here.

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Is Season 2 of Gakuen Babysitters on the cards?

School Babysitters, or Gakuen Babysitters after its manga source by Hari Tokeino. Hakusensha, the manga’s publisher, is putting it out in their magazine LaLa. The book made its debut in 2009. As of this writing, the manga has 23 volumes.

Slice-of-life anime fans have responded enthusiastically to Gakuen Babysitters’ inaugural season. The audience enjoyed the film for its basic yet engaging premise. The first season is ranked #720 and receives a 7.9 on Metacritic.

Gakuen Babysitters

Brian’s Base, the studio responsible for Gakuen Babysitters, is also responsible for such popular anime as Natsume Yuujinchou and In/Spectre. In the winter of 2018, the first 12 episodes were released. In the same year, a holiday-themed special episode premiered.

Gakuen Babysitters Season 1 spanned Manga Volumes 1-15. Some of the story’s major players and themes weren’t even mentioned. These may be included in Season 2 if the writers so choose.

Since the anime ended, eight additional volumes of the manga have been released. So, story-wise, there is enough material for a second season.

Gakuen Babysitters season 1 was well-liked by viewers, although it was financially unsuccessful.

DVD and Blu-ray sales of the anime were dismal, despite its widespread acclaim.

In terms of home video sales, Gakuen Babysitter averaged just 922 DVDs and 568 Blu-rays. This is much below the targeted 3000 copies. Sales of anime items through the canon website have not yielded a significant profit.

The likelihood of a second season of Gakuen Babysitters being made in light of these sales figures is quite low. However, Brian’s Base has regularly thrown us for a loop with unexpected sequels like In/Spectre Season 2. Due to popular demand, a second season of Gakuen Babysitters may be confirmed.

Gakuen Babysitters Season 2 Announcement

Season 2 of Gakuen Babysitters has not been confirmed by the producers despite the fact that it has been four years since the conclusion of the first season. It’s quite doubtful that season 2 will premiere anytime soon.

In the event that a second season is confirmed this year, its premiere would likely occur in 2024.

What Can We Expect in Gakuen Babysitters Season 2?

The adventures of Ryuichi and his babysitting club continue in Season 2. Content from the manga volumes published after 2018 (volume 16) will serve as the basis for the sequel.

In this section, we will discuss some small spoilers from the manga. When you can’t wait for Gakuen Babysitters Season 2, check out these books in the meanwhile!

  • Visiting the babysitting club out of the blue is Taizo Heibihara, the unflappable father of Taka and Hayato. The manga’s endearing father-and-son scenes are animated here for everybody to enjoy. Previously married to Shizuka Kamitani, Taizo is now her ex-husband.
  • Kotaro and Ryuichi go to see Chuukichi Nezu at his house. They join the rest of the Nezu brood in the family baths for regular visits. Chuukichi’s surprising personality characteristics from his youth are exposed.
  • Saikawa’s impeccable butler talents will be on full display in the forthcoming season.

Gakuen Babysitters Plot

Ryuichi Kashima, a high school junior, and his younger brother Kotaro Kashima lost their parents in an aircraft tragedy not long ago. Youko Morinomiya, the chairperson of Morinomiya School, adopts them after losing her son and daughter-in-law in the same aircraft tragedy.

Concern for his and his brother’s future has Ryuichi worried. Nonetheless, the chairperson does not allow Ryuichi any time for such reflection, as he is immediately charged with babysitting the club’s members’ children. The Morinomiya School staff saw a need, and the club was established to fill that void.

It’s a job that Ryuichi is eager to embark on, and he has full faith in his ability to do successfully. Ryuchi manages to be an ideal caregiver despite some serious setbacks. He meets new people along the way who become loyal allies.

Ryuichi and Kotaro’s transition into their new lives was facilitated by the open arms of their new neighbors.

From January 7th, 2018 to March 25th, 2018 you may tune in to Gakuen Babysitters on television. Throughout its run, 12 episodes were produced. On September 16, 2018, the one-time program broadcast.

The original season of School Babysitters was available for online viewing. Muse Asia, a media conglomerate with a presence in countries including Malaysia, Vietnam, and India, broadcast the anime on its YouTube channel. In some regions, viewers may watch the anime on Crunchyroll.

Gakuen Babysitters Cast

  • Ryuichi Kashima : Koutarou Nishiyama
  • Kotarou Kashima : Nozomi Furuki
  • Hayato Kamitani : Yuuichirou Umehara
  • Taka Kamitani : Yuuko Sanpei
  • Kazuma Mamizuka : Atsumi Tanezaki
  • Takuma Mamizuka : Ayaka Saitou
  • Yoshihito Usaida : Tomoaki Maeno
  • Keigo Saikawa : Daisuke Ono
  • Kirin Kumatsuka : Konomi Kohara
  • Maria Inomata : Satomi Akesaka
  • Chuukichi Nezu : Motohiro Ota
  • Midori Sawatari : Kaede Hondo
  • Yuki Ushimaru : Kaede Hondo
  • Youko Morinomiya : Tomoko Miyadera
  • Kousuke Mamizuka : Satoshi Hino
  • Hiroyuki Inui : Yoshimasa Hosoya
  • Yayoi Kumatsuka : Atsumi Tanezaki
  • Tomoya Yagi : Toshiyuki Someya
  • Satoru Kumatsuka : Taishi Murata
  • Umi Mamizuka : Ayaka Saitou
  • Yukari Sawatari : Yuna Kamakura

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