A teaser visual for TV anime Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2 was unveiled on March 1, 2022, revealing that the broadcast will start on April 6, 2022. The visual featured main characters Shoko Komi along with Tadano Hitohito, Osana Najimi in the center, and some new characters in the background.
The additional casts include Shin’ichirō Kamio voicing Makoto Katai.
Additionally, the second season of Komi Can’t Communicate will have Miku Ito (solo) performing the Opening song titled “Ao 100 Iro” (100 Blue Colors) and the Jpop band Fantastic Youth will be doing the Ending theme “Koshaberi Biyori” (Fine Day for Small Talk).
Netflix officially labeled the second season as Komi Can’t Communicate Part 2, however, broadcast date of the season has not been announced yet.
Komi Can’t Communicate Season 1 (Comi-san wa Comyushō desu.) had only 12 episodes. The announcement of the second season in production came at the end of the final episode premiered on Dec 23, 2021.
The first season of the anime premiered on Oct 6, 2021.
Tomohito Oda‘s Komi-san wa, Komyushō Desu serialized in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shōnen Sunday since May 2016, with its chapters collected in twenty-three tankōbon volumes as of October 2021. Komi Can’t Communicate also won AnimeJapan’s 2020 poll for the manga fans most wanted to see adapted into an anime.
An eight-episode live-action television drama adaptation was broadcast from September to November 2021, and an anime television series adaptation by OLM premiered in October till December of the same year. The series is licensed by Netflix for worldwide streaming.
Netflix debuted the anime outside of Japan on Oct 21, 2021, two weeks after its Japanese premiere, with weekly new episodes.