The Japanese animator, Tsutomu Mizushima’s job Prison School dropped its finale in July 2015. Ever since that time, the series buffs are waiting for Prison School Season 2. But now, there are no updates on the making of the second time.
Is there some chance of Prison School Season two’s renewal? Yes, it’s possible. Primarily, Prison Break Season 1 did not cover the whole stories written in the Japanese manga. Second, the majority of the worldwide fans feel that founders can not shed the plan of making another season because the first season marked outstanding successful recordings in Japan and around the globe.
The manga series, Prison School accumulated many positive reviews from the critics. The show was written and illustrated by Akira Hiramoto. Prison Break is one of two winners of the Best General Manga award alongside Gurazeni (Money Diamond) in the 37th Kodansha Manga Award.
Prison School Season 1 mainly focused on the issues and issues of five boys at a woman’s livelihood. The strictest girls academies in Tokyo had made a decision to admit boys in the institute.
Kiyoshi Fujino (voiced by Austin Tindle), a newly admitted candidate found that he and his four buddies Takehito Morokuzu (Eric Vale), Shingo Wakamoto (Clifford Chapin), Jōji Nezu (Christopher Bevins), and Reiji Andō (Sonny Strait) are the sole male students among 1000 girls in the institute.
They receive final warnings since they were caught watching undressed girls in the school’s bathing area. Prison School Season two might show the boys getting comfortable and being corrected to the decorum preserved by the institute. Earlier they were captured and detained by Underground Student Council. They were awarded the previous warning.
In Prison School two, we might see Kiyoshi including his pals becoming comfortable with the regulations and rules and they slowly can get adjusted to it.
However, Prison School is not officially renewed for Season two.