When it comes to sports anime, there are very few series that manage to make into the list. Anime like Haikyu!!, Ahiru No Sora, which has gained recent attention, and few others are quite popular in sports anime because of the dynamic plot and unforgettable characters, which make the waiting for Ahiru No Sora Season 2 even more longer.
Ever since the first season of Ahiru No Sora has dropped, fans have been grasping at straws to get onto the dates of the second season. So here we are, back with the exciting details of the show.
Ahiru No Sora Season 2: When will it air?
It’s only been a month since the first season of the show has ended. Ahiru No Sora Season one aired from 2019 to September 2020. However, there have been no official statements dropped by the showrunner about the release date.
Fortunately, series like Ahiru No Sora and Black Clover are planned on an annual basis, so it will be good to assume that the schedule has already been planned and updated to the audience any time soon.
We will update this article as soon as the information gets released.
Where can we watch Ahiru no Sora English Dub Online?
Unfortunately, no dubbing has been done for the international audience, but if you are a person that can work with the English subtitles, you are good to go.
Ahiru no Sora Season 2: Rumors and Controversies
Like we mentioned earlier, very few animes manages to be on the talking list, some because of the plot, others because of the controversies. Well, Ahiru No Sora has been mentioned multiple times because of the dullness of the show.
The “Behind the Camera” story began when a boy sent a letter to the show’s creator Hinata; the boy wanted to work as a voice actor in the anime. However, Hinata’s request to give the boy a chance was repeatedly denied, after which Hinata tweeted on November 16, 2019
“I was reminded that ‘feelings’ are of no value in this industry,”
The feeling and expectations he had for the show have been long gone by next year when he commented on July 3, 2020, on the official twitter account of the show ahead of the 38th episode when the show posted a picture of episode 38. Hinata wrote:
“It’s the worst.”
Within an hour, the post from the official twitter account was deleted, but Hinata didn’t stop there and he posted the screenshot of the post.
Well, The Dead Toons hope that the showrunners fix their issues and bring back a season worth watching.