Ouran High School Host Club (Japanese: run Kk Hosuto Kurabu) is an anime television series based on manga of the same name.
The manga series, which debuted on July 24, 2002, was written and drawn by Bisco Hatori. On September 24, 2010, the last volume in the series was released, ending off a fantastic run.
Ouran High School Host Club was adapted into an anime series in 2006, with Season 1 premiering on April 5, 2006. Haruhi Fujioka, a scholarship student at Ouran High School, and the other members of a prominent host club are the focus of the anime.
The show is a witty, humorous take on stereotypes that focuses on the relationships that exist both within and outside the Club.
Ouran High School Host Club’s first season was a big smash, and fans of manga and anime have been anxiously expecting the second season. Here’s all we know about Season 2 thus far.
Ouran High School Host Club Season 2 Release Date
The show’s makers have yet to announce a release date for Season 2 of the romantic comedy anime. However, if the anime is revived, it is planned to be broadcast on July 26th, 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
The trailer for Season 2 of Ouran High School Host Club has yet to be released. We’ll let you know when a trailer is available.
Ouran High School Host Club Season 2 Plot
The anime is set in the fictitious Japanese high school of Ouran, with an emphasis on Haruhi Fujioka’s experiences there as a student.
Ouran High School is not a public school; it is a private school for the children of the wealthy and powerful. The Host Club, which is made up of the most elite members of the student body, is an organization inside the school.
The Club is run by the royal Tamaki. The gang of six includes the mischievous Hitachiin twins, the “Shadow King” Kyouya, the juvenile Mitsukuni, and Takashi, his powerful ally and guardian.
The Host Club, on the other hand, is a depravity lair where boring men entertain stunning, similarly bored ladies.
In this atmosphere, the drama follows Haruhi Fujioka, a regular student. Haruhi receives a scholarship at Ouran High School for her academic accomplishments, but she quickly becomes absorbed with the Host Club’s play.
On her first day, Haruhi goes to Music Room #3 in search of a peaceful study location but instead discovers the Host Club. Haruhi, trying to get away from the group and depart, destroys an eight million yen vase, leaving the Club with a big debt.
Tamaki and his companions, on the other hand, mistake Haruhi for a man and hire her as an errand boy. Tamaki swiftly adjusts to her new job and rapidly climbs the ranks, eventually becoming the Club’s full-time male presenter.
As she adjusts to her new life, Haruhi has access to lavish parties, delectable meals, cosplay, and other activities reserved for the rich and privileged Host Club members.
The Club members uncover Haruhi’s true gender as the program proceeds, and Tamaki falls in love with her. He, on the other hand, refuses to acknowledge his affections for Haruhi, while Haruhi is blissfully unaware of her increasing feelings for Tamaki.