Cells at Work is a comedy anime series that a Japanese manga show. This series is written and illustrated by Akane Shimizu is set to back with another season. The series released with season 1 comprising of 13 episodes in 2018. It becomes an amazing hit and was well received by the fans, and since them, the fans await another season. Along with the show just got renewed for a season 2. The Cells at Work season 2 anime is being produced by animation studio David Productions, which is also working on the upcoming Fire Force season 2 anime. And the good news is that Cells at Work season 1 is currently streaming on Netflix, Crunchyroll, and Funimation.
WHEN WILL IT RELEASE?
The official Twitter account of Cells at Work announced that the show had been renewed for a season 2. The renewal announcement was not accompanied by release date and even a tentative release date. We are assumed that production for the season 2 is already underway, David Production could follow their earlier precedent and release Cells at Work season 2 in July 2020 and later.
“CELLS AT WORK SEASON 2” ENGLISH DUB:-
For those viewers who like watching anime shows in English, the bad news is that Cells at Work does not have an official English Dub despite its popularity among international audiences. If you want to watch the show you can find the original Japanese version with English subtitles on Crunchyroll. The official English translation of the Cells At Work manga is being published by Kodansha Comics.
“CELLS AT WORK SEASON 2” CHARACTERS:-
The show features the Cells of the body and the two main protagonists are the Erythrocyte red blood cells (AE3803) and the Neutrophil white blood cells (U1146). The major characters for the show tend to remain the same including the return of Killer 1 Cell. Macrophage and Monocyte, Platelet, Helper T Cell, and Regulatory T Cell voiced by various artists both in Japanese and in English.
DO WE KNOW WHAT THE STORY WILL BE?
There is a story about you, It’s a tale about the inside of your body. According to a new study, the human body consists of approximately 37 trillion cells. The story of the Cells at Work anime is based on the Hataraku Saibou manga series by Akane Shimizu, She won the 27th Sirius New Age Award for the best newcomer manga and the Cells at Work. Although the main show has not been continued in over a year, the popular manga series inspired multiple spin-offs in 2017. These side stories could potentially be used to create Cells At Work season 3, but one of the most interesting premises was launched in June 2018 by Shigemitsu Harada. Those chapters also introduce the concept of good and bad bacteria living in the intestinal tract. Therefore, it would make sense to incorporate the side stories from the Bacteria At Work manga into the main anime series once that introduction is made.