We Never Learn manga uncovered that the anime is getting a second season that will debut in October.
The first season of “We Never Learn” anime debuted on April 6. Aniplex of America has authorized the anime under the title We Never Learn: BOKUBEN, and is gushing the anime on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and FunimationNow.
We Never Learn Manga‘s official description is:
“The manga follows the story of Nariyuki Yuiga as he tutors three geniuses of different subjects in high school in order to get a scholarship. Fumino Furuhashi is a genius on literature but horrible in math, Rizu Ogata is a genius on mathematics and science but literature and arts are terrible subjects for her and Uruka Takemoto is a genius in the athletic field but really bad in all the others. Together, they study very hard and want to get better at their worst subjects while Fumino and Ogata want to go to college and work on these subjects for life. As the girls work hard with Nariyuki to achieve their academic goals, they also must deal with their growing feelings for him.”
- Yoshiaki Iwasaki: Anime Director at Studio Silver and Arvo Animation.
- Go Zappa was in charge of series composition.
- Masakatsu Sasaki: Character Designer
- Satoshi Motoyama: Sound director at Magic Capsule
- Masato Nakayama: Music Composer
We Never Learn otherwise called Bokuben, is a Japanese shōnen manga arrangement composed and outlined by Taishi Tsutsui. It began serializing in Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine on February 6, 2017, with the individual parts gathered and distributed by Shueisha into seven tankōbon volumes starting at July 2018. Viz Media authorized the manga in North America and serialized it in their advanced Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. On March 30, 2018, Viz Media reported that it will distribute the manga in print later that year.