Will there be Liar Liar Season 2? Everything We Know So Far

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Liar Liar is a psychological comedy anime based on a light novel series by Haruki Kuou. The anime premiered in July 2023 and has been attracting attention for its mind games and strategy battles. The story follows Hiroto Shinohara, a transfer student who becomes the top-ranked student at Academy Island, where everything is decided by games that involve lying and bluffing. He faces off against various opponents, including the former champion Sarasa Saionji, who wants to reclaim her title of Seven Star.

Will there be Liar Liar Season 2?

As of now, there is no official confirmation or announcement about Liar Liar Season 2. However, considering the popularity and reception of the anime, there is a good chance that it will get renewed for another season. The light novel series has 12 volumes so far, with the latest one released in November 2022. The anime has covered the first four volumes in its 12 episodes, which means there is enough source material for a second season. If Liar Liar Season 2 gets greenlit, we can expect it to air sometime in 2024 or 2025.

Liar Liar Season 2 Release Date

Liar Liar Season 2 Release Date

Since there is no official news about Liar Liar Season 2 yet, we can only speculate about its possible release date. Assuming that the anime gets renewed soon and follows a similar production schedule as the first season, we can estimate that Liar Liar Season 2 will premiere in July 2024 or July 2025. Of course, this is just a rough guess and may change depending on various factors, such as the availability of the staff, the studio’s schedule, the COVID-19 situation, and the demand from the fans.

Where Can You Watch Liar Liar?

Liar Liar is available for streaming on Crunchyroll and Ani-One Asia. You can watch the anime with English subtitles on these platforms. There is no official word on whether Liar Liar will get an English dub or not, but we will update this article if we hear anything new.

Liar Liar Season 2 Plot

Liar Liar Season 2 Plot

The plot of Liar Liar Season 2 will likely continue from where the first season left off, following Hiroto’s adventures and challenges at Academy Island. He will have to face new rivals and enemies who want to take him down and expose his secrets. He will also have to deal with his growing feelings for Sarasa, who may not be as honest as she seems. The second season may adapt the fifth to eighth volumes of the light novel series, which introduce new characters and games, such as Nanase Asamiya, a mysterious girl who claims to be Hiroto’s childhood friend; Noa Akizuki, a genius hacker who can manipulate information; and Senri Kururugi, a charismatic idol who has a hidden agenda.

Liar Liar Season 2 Trailer

There is no trailer for Liar Lair Season 2 yet, as the anime has not been officially announced or confirmed. However, you can watch the trailer for the first season below to get a glimpse of what the anime is about.

Liar Liar Characters, Cast & Anime Staff

The main characters and cast of Liar Liar are:

  • Hiroto Shinohara (voiced by Genta Nakamura), a transfer student who becomes the top-ranked student at Academy Island by lying and bluffing his way through games.
  • Sarasa Saionji (voiced by Wakana Kuramochi), a former Seven Star who challenges Hiroto to regain her title and reputation.
  • Shirayuki Himeji (voiced by Yukina Shutou), a beautiful and popular girl who is Hiroto’s first opponent and later ally.
  • Tsumugi Shiina (voiced by Yurika Moriyama), a cheerful and energetic girl who is Hiroto’s classmate and friend.
  • Nanase Asamiya (voiced by Saori Oonishi), a mysterious girl who claims to be Hiroto’s childhood friend and knows his secrets.
  • Noa Akizuki (voiced by Rika Tachibana), a genius hacker who can manipulate information and data.
  • Senri Kururugi (voiced by ???), a charismatic idol who has a hidden agenda and a connection to Hiroto.

The anime staff of Liar Lair are:

  • Director: Keigo Nakamichi
  • Series Composition: Yuuko Matsui
  • Character Design: Yukina Funa
  • Music: Taku Iwasaki
  • Studio: Geek Toys (Dead Mount Death Play)

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