‘Sugar Apple Fairy Tale’ Season 2 Whips Up An English Dub


The romantic fantasy anime ‘Sugar Apple Fairy Tale’ returned for a second season from Japanese animation studio J.C. Staff and director Yōhei Suzuki. Based on the light novel series written by Miri Mikawa and published by Kadokawa Shoten from 2010 to 2022, the first season premiered in January 2023.

Crunchyroll acquired the license to release it on their streaming service, debuting the first and second seasons. They are also producing an English dub version, revealing the cast list for season two on their website:

  • Anne voiced by Celeste Perez (Sei in The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent)
  • Challe voiced by Ivan Jasso (Kosame in APPARE-RANMAN!)
  • Mithril voiced by Ciarán Strange (Ashito in Aoashi)
  • Bridget voiced by Marisa Duran (Kyoko in Horimiya)
  • Elliott voiced by Jordan Dash Cruz (Senta in Hell’s Paradise)
  • Hugh voiced by Ernesto Jason Liebrecht (Zeke in Attack on Titan)
  • Glen voiced by Bruce Dubose (Kaijin in That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime)
  • Orland voiced by Mauricio Ortiz-Segura
  • Kat voiced by Ben Balmaceda
  • Kieth voiced by Ryan Negron

Shawn Gann was tapped to work as the ADR director.

You can watch the trailer below:

AniList describes the synopsis as follows,

“In a world where fairies are bought and sold to the highest bidder, humans aren’t exactly on friendly terms with the fae folk. But friendship is exactly what Anne Halford seeks with Challe, her new fairy bodyguard, though he’s not so keen on the idea. As his new master, Anne tasks him with escorting her through a particularly dangerous area, but with a reluctant bodyguard eager to escape a life of servitude, she’ll have to deal with a lot more than she bargained for…”

There is a manga version published by Hakusensha that ran from 2012 to 2014. It was later re-released by Kadokawa Shoten in their ‘Young Ace’ magazine. Yen Press publishes it in the United States.



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