Violet Evergarden is a Japanese light novel series written by Kana Akatsuki and illustrated by Akiko Takase. It won the grand prize in the fifth Kyoto Animation Award’s novel category in 2014. The first-ever work to win a grand prize in any of the three categories (novel, scenario, and manga).
The first season of the anime adaptation premiered on January 11, 2018. It ran for 13 episodes before ending in April of the same year. It was praised for its animations and artwork fashion. Moreover, it won the greatest anime series award at Crunchyroll anime awards.
The anime started becoming remarkably popular among anime lovers due to its strange but captivating story. So, as soon as the first season concluded, all eyes were set upon the next. So, with that, let’s talk about the status of Season 2.
Renewal Status of Season 2
Season 1 of this series has had a total of 13 episodes. However, after some months, a similar original video animation, like a special episode was out. It was released in July 2018 and predicted that the movie would be based on the same.
This also gives the possibility of Kyoto Animation leaning on to take the show forward with the full-length film, rather than an added season. Which might decline the chances of a new season being released. Whatever happens, as soon as any confirmed news is out, you’ll be the first one to know.
Watch the official trailer of the upcoming movie here.
Streaming Platform for Violet Evergarden
You can stream all the episodes of Violet Evergreen on Netflix. It is the official streaming platform for anime. Always use the official/legal sites as it helps the creator and promotes their work.
Till the confirmed news of the second season arrives, you can start rewatching the first one. Here is the trailer of season 1 to get you going.
Violet Evergarden Plot
The story revolves around Auto Memory Dolls: people initially employed by a scientist named Dr. Orland to assist his blind wife Mollie in writing her novels, and later hired by other people who needed their services. In the present time, the term refers to the industry of waiting for others.
The story follows Violet Evergarden’s journey of reintegrating back into society after the war is over and her search for her life’s purpose now that she is no longer a soldier in order to understand the last words her mentor and guardian, Major Gilbert, had told her: “I love you.”