Based on a Japanese light novel series written by Satoru Yamaguchi and illustrated by Nami Hidaka, ‘My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!’ or ‘Otome Game no Hametsu Flag shika Nai Akuyaku Reijou ni Tensei shiteshimatta…’ is an isekai harem fantasy TV anime. It tells the story of Katarina Claes, a noble girl who realizes that she is a reincarnation. In her previous life, she used to be an otaku, and the world she has reborn in is the one from her favorite game ‘Fortune Lover.’ Realizing that she is supposed to be the villain of the story, she sets out to change her destiny.
The anime’s first season originally aired from April 5, 2020, to June 21, 2020. If you are wondering what is in store for you in the next episode, we got you covered.
My Next Life as a Villainess Season 2 Episode 3 Release Date
My Next Life as a Villainess season 2 (also known as ‘My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! X’) episode 3 is set to release on July 17, 2021, in Japan. The episode will air at various times on JNN (MBS, TBS, BS-TBS), At-X, and BS Asahi. Studio Silver Link developed the series, with Keisuke Inoue helming the directorial team and Megumi Shimizu leading the writing staff. Hanae Nakamura, Tatsuhiko Saiki, Miki Sakurai, Natsumi Tabuchi, and Shu Kanematsu jointly worked on the music, while Miwa Ooshima handled the character designs. Angela sang the opening theme track, “Andante ni Koi wo Shite!”, and Shouta Aoi sang the ending theme track, “give me ♡ me.”
Where to Watch My Next Life as a Villainess Season 2 Online?
Viewers outside Asia can watch the episodes with original Japanese audio and English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian subtitles on Crunchyroll on the day they air in Japan. The episodes are also available on VRV.
My Next Life as a Villainess Season 2 Episode 3 Spoilers
In episode 2, things take a surreal turn when Katarina is coaxed into playing the role of an evil stepsister in a school play based on that world’s version of Cinderella’s story. While others have spent weeks rehearsing for their respective lines, Katarina has been brought in as a replacement. Understandable, she panics. She writes her lines on a cue card and glues the card on a fan that she will use as a prop. However, just as she steps onto the stage, the card comes off. Not knowing what else she can do, she channels the evil Katarina from the game and ad-libs through the scene. Sophia, the writer and director of the project, decides to use the opportunity that Katarina has given her and take the play in a new direction.
She adds her brother as a masked thief who crushes the ball and steals Katarina away. Real-life competition for Katarina’s attention takes hold of the theatre world as Gerald, who is playing the prince, and Nicol start fighting each other with their swords. Soon, even Keith, who has been cast as a farmer, joins in and starts fighting the other two boys with a pitchfork. Eventually, it falls on Katarina to save the day. The episode ends as Katarina gets abducted later that night. In episode 3, Katarina’s family and her suitors will likely begin searching for her. The mastermind behind the abduction might turn out to be someone with close ties to the royal family.
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