The twelfth episode of the original anime Stars Align was released in December 2019.
A few minutes later, Kazuki Akane, the director, announced that the original series would be renamed Two-Cour. He has since released an update on the status.
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Stars Align Season 2 plans are currently at a standstill
Stars Align (Hoshiai no Sora, transl. “Star-Crossing Skies” is an anime TV series that Kazuki Akane, at Studio 8bit, directed. (That Time I Got Reincarnated as A Slime Season 3, Knight’s and magic Season 2 and Absolute Duo Season 2 respectively) The series aired between October 10 and December 26, 2019.
Kazuki Akane stated via Twitter that he had received many messages from fans who wanted to know more about the status of the sequel. explained the current situation in English for those who might have been misled by.
After the broadcast of the original anime was over, he couldn’t find a company that would be willing to take over the project to produce “Stars Align Season 2”. He hasn’t been able yet to hire animators as a result.
It isn’t good enough for a sequel right now, but Kazuki Akane plans to produce the 13-24 episodes and then present them the fans.
“Stars Align” aired on Japanese television from October to December 2019, and was also shown on Funimation in the simulcast. Subtitles were available on Funimation. Two years after the TV series’ May 2020 release, a fan movie of two minutes was made.
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