Oshi No Ko season 2 episode 2 release date, time, and what you missed last week

The upcoming episode of Oshi No Ko season 2 will cover the author of Tokyo Blade and her desire to revise the script of the play
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Oshi No Ko season 2 premiered last week, continuing Aqua's quest to find the identity of their father. The stage play for "Tokyo Blade" has entered production and it features our main cast of characters from last season, including Aqua, Kana, and Akane.

In the first episode, rehearsals have begun and the actors are beginning to hone their understanding of the characters until the manga creator suggests changes to the scripts. The next episode will likely cover the interaction between the manga author, Abiko Samejima, and the play's scriptwriter as they decide to make changes to the script.

How and when to watch Oshi No Ko season 2 episode 2

Oshi No Ko season 2 episode 2 is titled "The Telephone Game" and is scheduled to be released on Wednesday, July 10, 2024, at 11:00 p.m. Japanese Standard Time (JST) and will be available on HIDIVE in the United States. The episode will also be available in the U.S. on Wednesday, July 10, 2024.

The new episode of Oshi no Ko season 2 will be released in the following time zones found below:

  • 7:00 a.m. Pacific Time 
  • 9:00 a.m. Central Time 
  • 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time Zone 
  • 3:00 p.m. in the UK 
  • 7:30 pm India Standard Time 
  • 11:30 p.m. in Australia

Oshi No Ko season 2 episode 1 recap

The first episode of the second season starts the Tokyo Blade play for Aqua, Kana, Akane, and the rest of the cast. The production is in the rehearsal stage as the actors begin to understand their characters and get a feel of the script. There is animosity and competition between Kana and Akane, and Himekawa is introduced as the protagonist of the play.

Kana and Himekawa display a budding chemistry with their characters during rehearsals and it allows Kana to showcase her acting skills. Akane witnesses Kana shining in her role and feels threatened about being upstaged and she starts to focus on her character analysis even more.

Akane is conflicted by the difference between her characters' manga portrayal and the script for the play. Aqua notices and approaches the director and the scriptwriter about her concerns. The scriptwriter reveals that the play is a condensed version of the manga, and it would be difficult to showcase all the character's inner conflicts. He explains that her character was one of the sacrifices made in order to make the play flow more smoothly. His goal was to make the main conflict in the story easy to understand.

Later in the episode, the creator of the "Tokyo Blade" manga, Abiko Samejima, arrives at the production and witnesses the cast members' performances. She is thrilled about her manga adaptation but soon reveals that she would like to make major changes to the script,

How will that go over with the other characters? We'll find out in Oshi No Ko season 2 episode 2.

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