Classroom of the Elite Season 2 Episode 2 Release Date
The second episode of Season 2 of Classroom of the Elite will air on July 11, 2022. To make it simple to return and read an updated article if the release date was changed, bookmark our website. At 1:00 PM, the second episode of Season 2 of Classroom of the Elite will go live.
Where Can I Watch Classroom of the Elite Season 2 Episode 2?
You can watch the original Japanese dub with English subtitles of Classroom of the Elite Season 2 Episode 2 online at Crunchyroll. To support creators, we advise fans to watch content on official platforms.
Classroom of the Elite Staff Details
|Directed by||Seiji Kishi|
Yoshihito Nishōji (season 2–present)
|Produced by||Shō Tanaka|
|Written by||Aoi Akashiro (season 1)|
Hayato Kazano (season 2–present)
|Music by||Ryo Takahashi (season 1)|
Masaru Yokoyama (season 2–present)
Kana Hashiguchi (season 2–present)
|Original network||AT-X, Tokyo MX, TV Aichi, KBS, Sun TV, TVQ, BS11|
|English network||Animax Asia|
|Original run||Jul 04, 2022|
More About Classroom of the Elite Season 2
The Japanese light novel series Classroom of the Elite, written by Shgo Kinugasa and Shunsaku Tomose, has been published by Media Factory under the MF Bunko J label since May 2015 and will conclude in September 2019.
A sequel light novel series called “Classroom of the Elite: Year 2” has been published since January 2020. Beginning on January 27, 2016, Yuyu Ichino’s manga adaptation will be serialised in Media Factory’s Monthly Comic Alive.
The Shia Sasane-illustrated sequel light novel series’ manga adaptation began its publication in the same magazine on December 25, 2021. The anime television series based on Lerche premiered in 2017. After the second season’s July 4, 2022 premiere, a third will start in 2023.
From the outside, Koudo Ikusei Senior High School seems to be a utopia. The students’ degree of freedom is exceptional and highly regarded throughout Japan. But the reality is far from ideal. After being ranked in order of merit, only the top four classes—A through D—receive preferential treatment.
Kiyotaka Ayanokouji is enrolled in Class D, which is designated for the worst students at the institution. In Class D, he encounters the awkward Suzune Horikita, who wishes to move all the way up to Class A because she believes she was placed there by mistake, and the outgoing class hero Kikyou Kushida, who desires to make as many friends as possible.
Class membership is permanent, but class rankings are not. Students in lower-ranked courses have the opportunity to advance if they outperform those in higher-ranked classes. In Class D, there are no limitations on how one can advance. Can they succeed at this demanding school despite the obstacles?