Will there be a Violet Evergarden season 2?
The Japanese light novel series Violet Evergarden was created by Akiko Takase and Kana Akatsuki. It was the first ever piece to win a grand award in any of the three categories when it took home the top honor in the novel category of the fifth Kyoto Animation Award in 2014. The first light book was released by Kyoto Animation in December 2015.
A 13-episode anime television series adaption by Kyoto Animation, which had multiple sneaks peeks in 2017, was shown between January and April 2018. At the 2019 Crunchyroll Anime Awards, the series won Best Animation. In July 2018, a new video animation episode was published, and in September 2019, a spin-off movie had its Japanese debut. In September 2020, Violet Evergarden: The Movie, the second anime movie, debuted.
Here’s all you need to know about Violet Evergarden season 2.
Violet Evergarden Season 2 Release Date
The anime series has not yet received a second season renewal as of the writing, on July 13, 2022. As the followers will recall, on July 18, 2019, a fire broke out at the Kyoto Animation studio. Numerous studio projects’ release dates were postponed as a result. The business has improved in recent years. Due to these occurrences, the anticipated Violet Evergarden movie release date was set as April 24, 2020. However, the epidemic caused it to be postponed once again. The most recent Violet Evergarden movie came out on September 18, 2020. The final film, according to the Japanese media, served as the project’s capstone.
Shinichiro Hatta, the producer of the anime says, “Violet Evergarden the Movie is the finale of this work, which began with the television series. The staff made it with all their heart, and neither Director Ishidate nor Reiko Yoshida, the scriptwriter, can draw anymore. I hope you will warmly watch over the life of a woman named Violet. I strongly hope to share my feelings with the fans who have seen this work and connect those feelings to the future. Thank you very much.”
Violet Evergarden Season 2 Cast
- Violet Evergarden (ヴァイオレット・エヴァーガーデン, Vaioretto Evāgāden) voiced by Yui Ishikawa; Erika Harlacher- As an Auto Memory Doll, Violet, a recent hire at the CH Postal Company, writes letters for persons who are unable to write or who need assistance expressing their feelings.
- Violet was discovered by navy officer Dietfried Bougainvillea as an orphaned youngster on an island where he and other members of his crew were forced to land during naval combat. She killed numerous troops who tried to molest her before he could stop them, demonstrating her military ability. The remaining crew members were then all pursued and slain by Violet. Violet spared Dietfried and followed his directions for unknown reasons.
- Gilbert Bougainvillea (ギルベルト・ブーゲンビリア, Giruberuto Būgenbiria) voiced by Daisuke Namikawa; Tony Azzolino- Gilbert was an aristocratic family man who served as a major in the Leidenschaftlich Army. Even though he values Violet more than anything else, he has never told her how he feels due to their shared status as soldiers. She is inspired to continue on her new journey as an Auto Memory Doll by his parting words to her, “I love you.” Violet’s lone Gilbert-related possession is an emerald brooch that she wears to represent his eyes. He instructed Claudia to announce that he is gone from the war and has been presumed killed because he wanted Violet to enjoy a normal life rather than serve as a tool. However, he made a full recovery from his wounds and moved to a rural area until running into Violet years later.
- Claudia Hodgins (クラウディア・ホッジンズ, Kuraudia Hojjinzu) voiced by Takehito Koyasu; Kyle McCarley- Claudia, a former lieutenant colonel in the army, is the head of the CH Postal Company. He was Gilbert’s close buddy while they were in the military, and Claudia tries to assist Violet in beginning her new life to allay his guilt about how Violet was treated before in the service.
- Cattleya Baudelaire (カトレア・ボードレール, Katorea Bōdorēru) voiced by: Aya Endō; Reba Buhr- The most well-known Auto Memory Doll at the CH Postal Company, Cattleya, works with Violet there. She joined the firm as one of its first workers and has known Hodgins since before it was founded.
- Benedict Blue (ベネディクト・ブルー, Benedikuto Burū) voiced by Koki Uchiyama; Ben Pronsky- The CH Postal Company employs Benedict, a strange postman. Before the firm’s founding, he and Hodgins kept a strong friendship going, and eventually, he joined the company as one of its first workers.
- Erica Brown (エリカ・ブラウン, Erika Buraun) voiced by Minori Chihara; Christine Marie Cabanos- An Auto Memory Doll employed by the CH Postal Company is Erica. Despite having terrible client-interaction skills, she persists in her belief in her job as a Doll and attributes it to the inspiration she discovered when reading a novel by the blind author Molly Orland.
- Iris Cannary (アイリス・カナリー, Airisu Kanarī) voiced by Haruka Tomatsu; Cherami Leigh- Shortly after Erica was employed, Iris, an Auto Memory Doll, began working at the CH Postal Company. Iris, who is originally from the little agricultural community of Kazaly, has always loved the idea of a professional woman and has since striven to become the most well-liked Auto Memory Doll in Leiden. Dietfried Bougainvillea (ディートフリート・ブーゲンビリア, Dītofurīto Būgenbiria) voiced by Hidenobu Kiuchi; Keith Silverstein
- Luculia Marlborough (ルクリア・モールバラ, Rukuria Mōrubara) voiced by Azusa Tadokoro; Kira Buckland
- Charlotte Abelfreyja Drossel (シャルロッテ・エーベルフレイヤ・ドロッセル, Sharurotte Ēberufureiya Dorosseru) voiced by Megumi Nakajima; Stephanie Sheh
- Leon Stephanotis (リオン・ステファノティス, Rion Sutefanotisu) voiced by Yūto Uemura
- Oscar Webster (オスカー・ウェブスター, Osukā Webusutā) voiced by Satoshi Taki; Joe Ochman
- Anne Magnolia (アン・マグノリア, An Magunoria) voiced by Sumire Morohoshi; Cassandra Lee Morris
- Clara Magnolia (クラーラ・マグノリア, Kurāra Magunoria) voiced by Ayako Kawasumi; Wendee Lee
- Aiden Field (エイダン・フィールド, Eidan Fīrudo) voiced by Shintarō Asanuma; Johnny Yong Bosch
- Isabella York (イザベラ・ヨーク, Izabera Yōku) voiced by Minako Kotobuki; Colleen O’Shaughnessey
- Taylor Bartlett (テイラー・バートレット, Teirā Bātoretto) voiced by Aoi Yūki; Sandy Fox
Violet Evergarden Season 2 Plot
The protagonists of the narrative are Auto Memory Dolls, which were first engaged by Dr. Orland, a scientist, to help his blind wife Mollie write her books and were afterward employed by other individuals who need their services. The phrase now refers to the business of writing for other people. After the war is finished and Violet Evergarden is no longer a soldier, the novel follows her journey of reintegrating back into society and her search for her life’s meaning to comprehend the last words her mentor and guardian, Major Gilbert, had given to her: “I love you.”
Where To Watch Violet Evergarden Season 2?
Violet Evergarden Season 2 is not out yet, but you can watch Violet Evergarden season 1 on Netflix.
That’s all we know about Violet Evergarden Season 2 so far. Stay tuned for more.