Cells At Work Season 2 Release Date CONFIRMED, January 2021: Everything you need to know about the show and season 2!

Ever wondered what our cells do?

No? Why?

Never found them fun?!

Well then, Get ready to learn and have fun with Cells At Work!

Cells At Work is a Japanese anime. The first season of the show aired from July 8 to September 29, 2018. And the show just got renewed for a season 2!

Enough chit-chat! Let’s get cracking!

Is there a trailer for Cells At Work Season 2?

Yes! There is a trailer for Cells At Work Season 2 on the web.

What is the show about?

The show operates on a very unique and interesting storyline. The genre of the show is a comedy but can also be counted among educational anime.

The story of the show takes place inside a random human body. Where there are trillions of anthropomorphic cells. However, the show mainly focuses on the adventures of a rookie red blood cell, AE3803, and a relentless white blood cell, U-1146. The two cells play there part in the human body and also share knowledge.

When will season 2 go live?

The production team has officially announced the upcoming series. However, The series is still in the production stage. But the team has confirmed the release of Cells At Work Season 2 in January 2021.

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Cells At Work! in English dub?

Cells At Work! can be streamed in English Dub on Netflix. Moreover, If you like to watch it in Japanese with English subtitles, you can stream them on Crunchyroll.

Characters in Cells At Work!?

The main characters in Cells At Work! Are:

  • Erythrocyte / Red Blood Cell (AE3803) Voiced by Kana Hanazawa(Japanese); Cherami Leigh(English)
  • Neutrophil / White Blood Cell (U-1146) Voiced by Tomoaki Maeno(Japanese); Billy Kametz(English)
  • Platelet Voiced by Maria Naganawa(Japanese); Xanthe Huynh(English)
  • Senior Red Blood Cell (AA5100) Voiced by Aya Endo(Japanese); Kira Buckland(English)
  • Junior Red Blood Cell (NT4201) Voiced by Yui Ishikawa(Japanese); Jeannie Tirado(English)
  • Narrator Voiced by Mamiko Noto(Japanese); Karen Strassman(English)

For more updates, Stay tuned.

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