‘Love Live! Nijigasaki High School Idol Club’ Season 2 Gets New Dub Cast Members

The classmates of ‘Love Live! Nijigasaki High School Idol Club’ are back for a second season. The musical anime is based on the video game series ‘Love Live! School Idol Project Series’ from ASCII Media Works and Bandai Namco Arts. The show is produced by Japanese animation studio Bandai Namco Filmworks with Crunchyroll handling the English dub. The streaming service announced they had added new cast members for this new season.
Caitlin Myers (Black Clover) is joining the cast as Shioriko Mifune, Lindsay Sheppard (RWBY) will perform the role of Mia Taylor, and Courtney Lin (Talentless Nana) is coming on board to voice Zhong Lanzhu.
Crunchyroll announced that returning cast members include:

  • Madeline Dorroh (Celia in Seirei Gensouki: Spirit Chronicles) as Yu Takasaki
  • Suzie Yeung (Erika in Akebi’s Sailor Uniform) as Ayumu Uehara
  • Kayli Mills (Emilia in Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-) as Kasumi Nakasu
  • Jill Harris (Nino in The Quintessential Quintuplets) as Shizuku Osaka
  • Shara Kirby (Tomomi in Kageki Shojo!!) as Karin Asaka
  • Daisy Guevara (Black Cat in Akudama Drive) as Ai MIyashita
  • Lindsay Seidel (Gabi in Attack on Titan) as Kanata Konoe
  • Laura Stahl (Ray in The Promised Neverland) as Setsuna Yuki
  • Lisa Reimold (Kinako in Tokyo 24th Ward) as Emma Verde
  • Hayden Daviau (Priestess in Goblin Slayer) as Rina Tennoji
  • Alexis Tipton (Miko in Mieruko-chan) as Jennifer

You can watch the trailer for season two here:

MyAnimeList describes the synopsis as follows:
“Buried within the numerous clubs at Nijigasaki High School lies the school idol club. The club, while lacking popularity, definitely does not lack potential. During their debut performance, they were able to seize a sizable audience, along with the attention of their schoolmates Ayumu Uehara and Yuu Takasaki.
Enamored, the duo makes their way to join the club; however, they are disappointed to find out that the club had just been disbanded. Nevertheless, Ayumu does not believe that it should have ended there. Together with Yuu, they begin restoring the school idol club, hoping to recreate the idol performances that dazzled them before.
Love Live! Nijigasaki Gakuen School Idol Doukoukai shines its spotlight over the reformed school idol club as they recruit both former members of the club alongside newcomers. Taking the first step toward their dreams, how will these girls achieve idol stardom?”
The show is written by Jin Tanaka with music by Naoki Endo.

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