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Love Live! School Idol Project 2nd Season

Love Live! School Idol Project 2nd Season

Alternative Titles

Japanese: ラブライブ! School idol project 2期

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 6, 2014 to Jun 29, 2014
Duration: 23 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 8.151 (scored by 19735 users)
Ranked: #3622
Popularity: #925
Members: 37,711
Favorites: 624
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top anime page.

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Synopsis

The girls of μ's are back! The school is now safe from closing. A second Love Live! contest is happening. This is the last time all nine girls can try to win together.

Related Anime

Prequel: Love Live! School Idol Project
Sequel: Love Live! The School Idol Movie
Other: Love Live! School Idol Project: μ's →NEXT LoveLive! 2014 - Endless Parade Makuai Drama

Characters & Voice Actors

Ayase, Eri
Ayase, Eri
Main
Nanjo, Yoshino
Japanese
Nanjo, Yoshino
Hoshizora, Rin
Hoshizora, Rin
Main
Iida, Riho
Japanese
Iida, Riho
Koizumi, Hanayo
Koizumi, Hanayo
Main
Kubo, Yurika
Japanese
Kubo, Yurika
Kousaka, Honoka
Kousaka, Honoka
Main
Nitta, Emi
Japanese
Nitta, Emi

Staff

Kyogoku, Takahiko
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Hata, Aki
Theme Song Lyrics
Tokui, Sora
Theme Song Performance, Inserted Song Performance
Kubo, Yurika
Theme Song Performance, Inserted Song Performance



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Jul 1, 2014
Veronin
If there have been any worries about the future of the idol genre, Love Live 2 has dispelled them.

It's hard to deny that the first season of Love Live began with a rocky start. There wasn't much to set itself apart from other idol shows (especially with the likes of Idolmaster and Aikatsu dominating the genre) and it fell prone to melodrama far more than it should have. But, much like K-ON's mediocre first season and excellent second season, Love Live 2 has managed to do more than improve upon its predecessor - it has genuinely become an amazing anime.

I won't lie, I read more
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Jun 30, 2014
Glacialis
When Love Live! School Idol Project first aired in Japan, it became a hit sensation, captivating the hearts of many. The show was surprisingly good, with an enjoyable cast, entertaining songs, and a solid story. It was a massive success, and with its popularity came a second season. This might make some people feel anxious, thinking this to be a sell out for more money, but their worries can be put to ease; regardless of its intentions, I believe this second season to be even greater than the first time around.

Spoilers for the first season to follow.

Love Live! School Idol Project Second Season follows μ’s read more
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Dec 4, 2014
Agnedea
Reflecting on this past year as it closes up in less than a month, this is probably the most memorable out of everything this year has produced. Released in the Spring season this was a huge step-up from the previous season released last year. From all the anime produced during this year, this has genuinely become one of my favorites from its ability to let the characters develop and let it have a bond with the audience, something most anime have been lacking of recently.

While having the genre of slice of life under its belt, it's not a typical one. There's more development, emotion, read more
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Jul 16, 2014
Fantassy
Yeah, it's a kind of late review but whatever and english isn't my Main language so im sorry if the vocabulary is not correct.

First of all, The first season, The first season wasn't really that great It was Average/Mediocre for me.
Mostly because at that time there were other school Idols anime which dominated the genre of School idol. But Love live school idol project 2nd season was better and has improved in many ways than it predecessor, which is a good point.

It's basically just an anime about school girls which want to become a School idol group the μ's and want to perform at Love read more
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Recommendations

Both deals with Idols (how they are formed, how they practice, what songs they come up with etc etc) only, Wake Up Girls is more realistic and they deal with really serious problems. The animation may not be on par with Love Live but its still worth watching because we get to know how idols really have it in the real world.
Both are comedy about cute girls doing cute thing. In both, girl form a band/indol group. Both are music and slice of life.
Love Live! and The iDOLM@STER both have idols with the purpose of reaching their goals, mostly becoming the #1 most famous idols in the entertainment business; have a lot of Slice Of Life elements with comedy and music sprinkled on top of them and have origin stories behind some (if not all) of the characters present in the animes.

Only difference between The iDOLM@STER and Love Live! is the fact that the former is based on the namesake video game series only released in Japan, while the latter is a multimedia project with Sunrise and Lantis.
A group of girls are presented with a golden opportunity, and can have their wishes come true.
-Both involve music even if for different reasons
-Main characters are all females
-They are all slice of life genres

Enjoy them!
i choose Love Live 2 because this season was going to be focus on Love Live where all the idol club in Japan will be battling with each other to know who is the best of all, just like Kiniro no Corda: Blue Sky battling against different classical music club and become the best, and the only different is the character personality and the music genre...and i love the music of both :D

Opening Theme

"Sore wa Bokutachi no Kiseki (それは僕たちの奇跡)" by μ's (eps 2-12)

Ending Theme

#01: "Sore wa Bokutachi no Kiseki (それは僕たちの奇跡)" by μ's (eps 1, 11)
#02: "Donna Toki mo Zutto (どんなときもずっと)" by Eri Ayase, Nozomi Toujou, Niko Yazawa (Yoshino Nanjou, Aina Kusuda, Sora Tokui) (ep 2)
#03: "Donna Toki mo Zutto (どんなときもずっと)" by μ's (ep 3)
#04: "Donna Toki mo Zutto (どんなときもずっと)" by Niko Yazawa (Sora Tokui) (ep 4)
#05: "Donna Toki mo Zutto (どんなときもずっと)" by Rin Hoshizora (Riho Iida) (ep 5)
#06: "Donna Toki mo Zutto (どんなときもずっと)" by Rin Hoshizora, Maki Nishikino, Hanayo Koizumi (Riho Iida, Pile, Yurika Kubo) (ep 6)
#07: "Donna Toki mo Zutto (どんなときもずっと)" by Honoka Kousaka, Kotori Minami, Umi Sonoda (Emi Nitta, Aya Uchida, Suzuko Mimori) (ep 7)
#08: "Donna Toki mo Zutto (どんなときもずっと)" by Eri Ayase, Maki Nikishino, Nozomi Toujou (Yoshino Nanjou, Pile, Aina Kusuda) (ep 8)
#09: "Snow halation" by μ's (ep 9)
#10: "Donna Toki mo Zutto (どんなときもずっと)" by Honoka Kousaka (Emi Nitta) (ep 10)
#11: "Bokura wa Ima no Naka de (僕らは今のなかで)" by μ's (ep 12)
#12: "Happy maker!" by μ's (ep 13)
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