The anime television series Ouran High School Host Club (Japanese: run Kk Hosuto Kurabu) is based on manga of the same name.
Bisco Hatori wrote and illustrated the manga series, which premiered on July 24, 2002. The final book was published on September 24, 2010, capping off a great run.
In 2006, an anime adaptation of Ouran High School Host Club was released, with Season 1 starting on April 5, 2006. The anime follows Haruhi Fujioka, a scholarship student at Ouran High School, and the other members of a prestigious host club.
The program is a funny, satirical take on clichés, focusing on the connections that exist both inside and beyond the Club.
The first season of Ouran High School Host Club was a huge hit, and fans of both the manga and the anime have been eagerly anticipating the second season. So far, here’s all we know about Season 2.
Ouran High School Host Club Season 2 Release Date
Season 2 of the romantic comedy anime has yet to be given an official release date by the show’s creators. However, it is expected that if the anime is resurrected, it is expected as released on 26 July 2022.
Ouran High School Host Club Season 2 Cast
- Haruhi Fujioka
- The Hitachiin twins
- Mitsukuni Haninozuka
- Kyouya Ootori
- Takashi Morinozuka
Ouran High School Host Club Season 2 Trailer
Season 2 has yet to have a trailer published. When a trailer is released, we will notify you.
Ouran High School Host Club Season 2 Plot
Naturally, the show is set in the fictional Japanese high school of Ouran, with a focus on Haruhi Fujioka’s life as a student there.
Ouran High School is not for the average man; it is a private school that only the children of the affluent and powerful attend. Within the school, there is an organization called the Host Club, which is made up of the most elite members of the student population.
The royal Tamaki is in charge of the Club. The mischievous Hitachiin twins, the “Shadow King” Kyouya, the immature Mitsukuni, and Takashi, his formidable friend and protector, make up the group of six.
The Host Club, on the other hand, is not an academic institution; rather, it is a den of depravity where bored men entertain gorgeous, equally bored women.
The drama follows Haruhi Fujioka, a typical student, amid this environment. Haruhi gets enrolled at Ouran High School on a scholarship for her academic achievements, but she rapidly becomes engrossed in the Host Club’s theatre.
Haruhi enters Music Room #3 on her first day, looking for a quiet study spot, but instead finds the Host Club. Haruhi, desperate to break away from the gang and leave, smashes an eight million yen vase, resulting in a large debt to the Club’s members.
Tamaki and his pals, on the other hand, misidentify Haruhi as a man and recruit her as an errand boy. Tamaki is forced to adjust to her new work and quickly rises through the ranks, finally becoming the Club’s full-time male presenter.
Haruhi gets access to expensive parties, delicious meals, cosplay, and other activities reserved for the affluent and privileged Host Club members as she adapts to her new life.
As the program progresses, the Club members learn Haruhi’s actual gender, and Tamaki falls in love with her. He, on the other hand, refuses to admit his love for Haruhi, while Haruhi remains blissfully unconscious of her growing feelings for Tamaki.