‘Prison School’ Season 2: Release Date, Cast, Plot And Everything We Know

Nisha Rathod
Nisha Rathod

Japan is acclaimed for its unique diversity, art, and detail-oriented visuals. Anime viewers are dramatically turning around the world, introducing the audience to the culture of Japan and the Japanese. One of his notable anime or manga is The Prison School. It is written by Akira Hiramoto and later published by Kodansha Magazine. It was later adapted into a 12 episode anime that was directed by Tsutomu Mizushima.

Release Date: Prison School Season 2

The first season consisted of 12 episodes and aired from July to September 2015, while a live-action drama series aired from October to December 2015. It has been five years since Prison School’s debut, and yet the show’s creators have not released any statement regarding the show’s renewal or cancellation. Fans are still waiting for a makeover due to the immense craziness the show took on. Tsutomu Mizushima, the director of the series was approached by an author via Twitter regarding the renewal of the show to which the director responded vaguely but grateful to his fans for their love towards the show. The director did not confirm or deny the continuation of the show.

Cast: Prison School Season 3

The original cast of the prison school did a spectacular job in portraying the characters if there is a renewal of the series, the former cast members are more likely to resume their roles. The main cast is

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  • Taishi Nakagawa will play Kiyoshi Fujino,
  • Tokio Emoto will play the role of Takehiti Morokozu,
  • Shingo Wakamoto will play as Masato Yano,
  • Daiki Miyagi will play as Joji Nezu and,
  • Galigaligalixon as Reji Ando.

The other main cast comes from an underground council starring Mari Kurihara, Maiko Shiraki, and Hana Midorikawa at the helm.

Plot: Prison School Season 3

In Tokyo, Japan Hachimitsu Academy is one of the strictest girls’ schools that decided to award and admit boys to its institution. The show’s protagonist later discovers that they are the only five male students admitted out of a thousand girls. What makes things difficult for friends are the draconian laws in force, which are intended to punish even the slightest infraction or disobedience. Aware of the circumstances, the five friends indulge in voyeurism in the bathroom area with a lewd philosophy. They are captured by the underground student council that gives them the option of staying in the school prison for a season of thirty days or being expelled from the academy.

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