7SEEDS Season 2
Photo Credit: Studio Gonzo

7SEEDS anime‘s official Youtube channel excited fans on Wednesday by releasing a brand new trailer for the second season of the anime.

The new trailer highlights the new season’s opening theme song “From the Seeds” by Mone Kamishiraishi, and the ending theme song “Synchro” which is performed by musical crew Cider Girl.

The official website of the 7SEEDS anime also revealed a brand new key visual that actually combines the second and third visuals for the second season, check it out below:

Photo Credit: 7SEEDS Anime’s Official Website

The second season of the anime is scheduled to debut on Netflix on March 26.

Anime’s first season appeared on Netflix last June. The first season debuted on TV in Japan on January 14.

  • Yukio Takahashi is directing the anime at Studio GONZO
  • Touko Machida is in charge of series composition
  • Youko Satou is designing the characters

Netflix describes the 7SEEDS anime:

“In the immediate future, a giant meteorite has collided with earth. All living organisms, including mankind, have been wiped off the face of the planet. The government, who had foreseen this outcome, took measures to counter the worst-case scenario called Project 7SEEDS, in which five sets of seven young men and women were carefully selected and placed into teams. Each participant sought ways to survive on a deserted island.”

Photo Credit: Studio Gonzo

7SEEDS is a Japanese manga arrangement composed and outlined by Yumi Tamura. It is set in a dystopian future, long enough after a shooting star hits Earth that new species have developed, and follows the battles of five gatherings of youthful grown-ups to make due after they are restored from cryonic safeguarding. The title originates from seven stores of provisions, called seeds, set somewhere around the Japanese government.

The manga was initially serialized in Shogakukan’s Bessatsu Shōjo Comic magazine, debuting in the November 2001 issue; it moved to Flowers magazine in April 2002, where it ran until its decision in May 2017. Shogakukan gathered the individual sections into 35 bound volumes. The arrangement won the 52nd Shogakukan Manga Award for Best Shōjo Manga in 2007. Counting computerized deals, it has sold in excess of 6 million duplicates in Japan.