Fruits Basket Season 2 release date confirmed for 2020: Fruits Basket 2019 remake/reboot’s number of episodes has Fruits Basket Season 3 finishing Furuba manga’s story about Tohru Honda and the Soma boys?

Fruits Basket Season 2 was confirmed to be in production immediately following the airing of Fruits Basket 2019 Episode 25. The second season of the Fruits Basket remake was expected since the 2019 reboot literally calls itself Fruits Basket: 1st Season.

The announcement said that the Fruits Basket Season 2 release date will be scheduled for 2020. Some of the new cast members for the second season includes Takuya Eguchi as Kakeru Manabe and Ai Kakuma as Machi Kuraki.

Fruits Basket Season 2 has anime fans excited since they’ll finally be able to watch the ending of Tohru Honda’s story. When the initial announcement for the new 2019 Fruits Basket reboot was made it included the word “zenpen,” which means the “whole story.” Funimation also confirmed that the Furuba anime remake is “covering the ENTIRE story of the original manga.”

In addition, the total number of episodes for the entire Fruits Basket reboot may have been inadvertently leaked by English dub voice actor Eric Vale. Besides hinting at Fruits Basket: 2nd Season, it seems like the anime will finish off the Furuba manga’s story with Fruits Basket Season 3.

Here’s what we do know.

During a May 2019 interview that Vale gave during Anime Central 2019, the voice of Yuki Soma spoke about a variety of topics. The American voice actor has voiced characters such as Trunks in Dragon Ball Z, Sanji in One Piece, Kymblee in Fullmetal Alchemist, America and Canada in Hetalia, and Nishiki in Tokyo Ghoul.

As such, Vale talked about funny family stories including how his son wasn’t too impressed by his father voicing Trunks. Vale also claimed that voicing the DBZ announcer was actually more strenuous than Trunk’s screaming

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