Can love be proven with science experiments in season 3 of this anime? Let’s find out.
Alifred Yamamoto’s romantic comedy manga comes to life in this brand-new anime adaptation by Zero-G studios. Despite having a television drama and live-action version of this story, the anime adaptation has generated most of the buzz amongst the fans. This fun rom-com anime is full of expositions and is full of moments where the characters act clumsily and conduct over-the-top experiments which result in outrageous situations. But the real question is, do the fans get Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It Season 3 anytime soon? Read ahead to find out all the details regarding a potential season 3.
There is no release date or production details released by the studio yet and fans believe that the upcoming season’s arrival depends on the release of the manga in the future. So far we have seen the production studio trying its best to catch up with the source material and consistently deliver each season with finesse. Hoping that the studio greenlights the production of season 3 in 2023 is all we can do at the moment.
The main story of the anime revolves around two science nerds from Saitama University, Himuro Ayame and Yukimura Shinya, who are firm believers in science and practical thinking, they dismiss the feelings of love and don’t consider it real. So they proceed to conduct several silly scientific experiments in order to detect signs of love when Ayame confesses her feelings to Shinya. Joining them are their oddball coworkers, who provide all the necessary aid in their experiments and a whole lot of comic relief. Since we saw Yukimura and Himuro coming clean with their feelings for one another in the last season, we might get to see them working on the next stage of the relationship if we get a season 3.
The protagonists Shinya Yukimura and Ayame Himuro are voiced by Yuma Uchida and Sora Amamiya. Some of the other supporting characters, such as Ena Ibarada and Kanade, are played by Nichika Ohmori and Renee Dorian, respectively. The previous seasons were directed by Toru Kitahata and created by Zero-G, and licensed by Crunchyroll.
There is no official trailer for season 3 yet, but take a look at the trailer from season 2 right below.
There is no poster for season 3, but we got the posters from the last seasons right here.