Ever since the First season of “Cells At Work!” was aired back in July of 2018, the fans have been waiting patiently for the sequel of the Anime to premiere. Although the Second season was announced on march 23 2019 via the anime’s Official Twitter Account, there was no definitive time frame or release date that was announced and even though there were special episodes released and an announcement for the Cells At Work! Movie, fans still are excited about the Season 2.
Written and illustrated by Akane Shimizu, Hataraku Saibō, is a Japanese Manga Series that was serialized in Kodansha’s Shonen Manga Magazine “Monthly Manga Sirius“. The manga debuted on the 26th of January back in 2015 and is still ongoing, with currently 5 volumes containing a total of 25 chapters.
The Plot for this manga is a rather interesting one, it portrays the hard work done by anthropomorphic cells, within a human body. This manga sheds light on the Cells within the body in a more comedic and yet informative way, explaining the roles of different cells while giving them human-like characteristics. The major part of the story focuses on a Rookie Red Blood Cell named AE3803 and A veteran White Blood Cell named U-1146.
About The Anime | Cells At Work!
With a total of 13 episodes aired in the first season, which spanned from the July of 2018 to September of 2018 and grasped the hearts of fans in one go. Equipped with beautiful animation along with on point voice acting, made it very hard for viewers to not enjoy the anime adaptation.
Season 2 for Cells At Work! will premiere in January of 2021 and will continue from where season 1 ended, and just like the season 1, season 2 will also be handled by “David Production Inc.“. According to the Official Website Of the Anime, Kenichi Suzuki, who was the Director for season 1 of Cells At Work!, will be replaced with Hirofumi Ogura, The Scriptwriter for the anime will be Yūko Kakihara, the Character designs will be handled by Takahiko Yoshida, The Art Director will be Yuho Hosoi, The Sound Production will be done by Magic Capsule.
Cast | Cells At Work!
Red Blood Cell AE3803 will be voiced by Kana Hanazawa
White Blood Cell U-1146 will be voiced by Tomoaki Maeno
Killer T Cell will be voiced by Daisuke Ono
Macrophage will be voiced by Kikuko Inoue
Platelet will be voiced by Maria Naganawa
Helper T Cell will be voiced by Takahiro Sakurai