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Love Live! School Idol Project 2nd Season


Alternative Titles

English: Love Live! School Idol Project 2
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
Premiered: Spring 2014
Broadcast: Sundays at 22:30 (JST)
Licensors: NIS America, Inc.
Studios: Sunrise
Source: Other
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 8.061 (scored by 52,073 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #4602
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #624
Members: 91,658
Favorites: 1,743
8.06
Ranked #460Popularity #624Members 91,658
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Episodes: /13

Synopsis

Otonokizaka High School has been saved! Despite having to withdraw from the Love Live!, the efforts of μ's were able to garner enough interest in their school to prevent it from being shut down. What more, following the conclusion of the first, a second Love Live! is announced, this time on an even larger stage than before. Given a chance for redemption, the nine girls come together once more to sing their hearts out and claim victory.

However, with the end of the school year approaching, the graduation of the third years draws near. As they attempt to reach the top of the Love Live!, they must also consider their future and choose what path the group will take. Though the question of whether to continue without the third years or disband weighs heavily on the minds of its members, μ's must quickly come to an answer with graduation right around the corner.

Love Live! School Idol Project 2nd Season continues the story of the girls as they laugh, cry, sing, and dance in their journey to determine the future of their group and conquer the Love Live! in their last chance to win with all nine girls together.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]

Background

The series also has released a mobile rhythm game titled Love Live! School Idol Festival for iOS and Android, released in 2013 for Japan and in 2014 for English users.

Episode Videos


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Characters & Voice Actors

Nishikino, Maki
Nishikino, Maki
Main
Pile
Japanese
Pile
Yazawa, Niko
Yazawa, Niko
Main
Tokui, Sora
Japanese
Tokui, Sora
Toujou, Nozomi
Toujou, Nozomi
Main
Kusuda, Aina
Japanese
Kusuda, Aina
Minami, Kotori
Minami, Kotori
Main
Uchida, Aya
Japanese
Uchida, Aya

Staff

Kyogoku, Takahiko
Kyogoku, Takahiko
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Mimori, Suzuko
Mimori, Suzuko
Theme Song Performance, Inserted Song Performance
Nanjo, Yoshino
Nanjo, Yoshino
Theme Song Performance, Inserted Song Performance
Pile
Pile
Theme Song Performance, Inserted Song Performance


Edit Opening Theme

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

Edit Ending Theme

#01: "Sore wa Bokutachi no Kiseki (それは僕たちの奇跡)" by μ's (eps 1)
#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 (eps 3, 11)
#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)




More reviewsReviews

Veronin
Jul 1, 2014
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.

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BullSmit
Jun 22, 2014
After finishing 1st Season of Love Live: School Idol Project, I must say, Season 2 sure stepped up it's game. I enjoyed Season 1 a lot too, but Season 2 has just been something else for me.

For those of you who don't know, Love Live: School Idol Project is based off of a real live idol group called Nine Muses. They all go by different names in the anime itself, but it's a pretty neat concept. Their goal in Season 1 is to keep the school from shutting down by forming an idol group.

In Season 2, their goal is to make the Love Live, and read more
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Sorainnosia
Oct 12, 2014
Love Live! School Idol Project 2nd Season

Love Live! have a simple story, it tells us about 9 girls that competing in a School Idol Competition. Well, if we look deeply to the main idea of the story, Love Live does not have an originality. Although not having an originality, the story is full of excitement, the plot have a great balance between the main story and the fillers.

As for the art, we have a clear and beautiful animation, despite having a CG during dancing and stage performing, Love Live! have a well-produced animation.

What can I say about the sound? Is wonderful in my read more
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Glacialis
Jun 30, 2014
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.

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