What date and time will episode 2 of the new anime series ‘Girlfriend, Girlfriend’ release around the world on Crunchyroll?
Girlfriend, Girlfriend…An anime that is going to become the favourite Summer series for many fans.
What feels like a mixture between The Quintessential Quintuplets, Rent-A-Girlfriend Horimiya, this rom-com premiered last week on Crunchyroll.
Now, fans are wondering when the second date will be, or is it technically now a double second date?
Girlfriend, Girlfriend: Episode 2 release date and time…
- Girlfriend, Girlfriend episode 2 will release on Crunchyroll at 8 PM BST on Friday, July 9th.
This time has been officially confirmed by the streaming platform but is still subject to last-minute alterations. Episode 2 will therefore release at the following times around the world:
- Pacific Time- 12 PM on Friday, July 9th
- Central Time- 2 PM on Friday, July 9th
- Eastern Time- 3 PM on Friday, July 9th
- British Time- 8 PM on Friday, July 9th
- European Time- 9 PM on Friday, July 9th
- India Time- 12: 30 AM on Saturday, July 10th
- Philippine Time- 3 AM on Saturday, July 10th
- Australia Time- 4: 30 AM on Saturday, July 10th
The episode will be made available at the described times the following week.
How many episodes in season 1?
Season 1 of Girlfriend, Girlfriend will consist of 12 episodes, with the season finale set for September 17th.
A big week for Crunchyroll…
The Summer slate is in full flow, but Crunchyroll are really upping their game; bringing us a host of new and returning anime.
This weekend on the streaming platform, fans will be able to watch new episodes of My Hero Academia, Tokyo Revengers, Boruto, One Piece, Remake Our Lives and IDOLISH7.
Monday is now shared between Seirei Gensouki and To Your Eternity, whilst Tuesdays are dominated by That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime.
Wednesday is arguably the busiest day of the week for anime, with new episodes of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid, Tsukimichi Moonlit Fantasy and Drug Store in Another World.
Finally, we are back to Thursday with Peach Boy Riverside and The Aquatope on White Sand.
By Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]