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Popular Japanese Manga series “Science fell in love, so I tried to prove it” will be broadcasted on TV very soon!

The popular Japanese anime series is coming on TV real soon!

The confirmed news is in- the second season of “Science fell in love, so I tried to prove it” is coming pretty soon on TV. This series, also known as  Rikei ga Ochita no de Shoumei Shite Mita is a Japanese manga series by Alifred Yamamoto belonging to the romantic comedy genre.

Flex Comix has serialized this anime series online on their Comic Meteor website since 2016.

What is the series all about?

If you haven’t started watching this beautiful show yet, no worries! Because until the premiere of season 2, you can stream the first season of the TV anime adaptation by Zero-G on Crunchyroll.

The two main protagonists Shinya Yukimura and Ayame Himuro are two brilliant scientists at Saitama University. Both of them mutually agree on the fact that Math is the primary element to understand about everything occuring in the Universe.

Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove it
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But when Ayame asks Shinya out and confesses her feelings to him, the latter wonders whether it is possible to explain a complex feeling like love via a mathematical approach. As two people working in Science, not being able to prove that love logically exists would mean they’re a failure in their fields.

And thus begins a journey of ambitious experiments by the two main leads along with the rest of the lab members to prove that love is real and it actually exists.

When will “Science fell in love, so I tried to prove it” broadcast on TV?

Coming to the most awaited section, “Science fell in love, so I tried to prove it” is scheduled to broadcast on multiple TV stations starting April 2022.

RIKEI GA KOI NI OCHITA NO DE SHOMEI SHITE MITA (SCIENCE FELL IN LOVE, SO I TRIED TO PROVE IT)
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You will be able to watch it on many different stations including TOKYO MX, TV Nagasaki, Gunma TV, Sun TV, Hokkaido Cultural Broadcasting, BS Fuji, Tochigi TV, etc.

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