Oshi no Ko receives a Season 2: New appearances and plot twists

Ai Hoshino from season 1

Oshi no Ko season 2 was announced on June 28, 2023, the news came hot on the heels of the eleventh episode of the first season, leaving viewers eager to dive deeper into the story. Accompanying this announcement was a new visual and an exciting trailer that gave fans a glimpse of what’s in store.

As of now, Oshi no Ko season 2 is in production, with the creative team working hard to bring it to life. While there isn’t a confirmed release date just yet, the good news is that we won’t have to wait too long. The second season is expected to grace our screens in 2024.


The debut season of the Oshi no Ko anime left quite a mark, receiving both critical acclaim and a warm welcome from fans. The series introduced us to the world of Aquamarine, a young boy who, in a twist of fate, is reborn as the son of the beloved idol, Ai Hoshino. This peculiar rebirth comes after a harrowing incident involving a delusional stalker and a tragic outcome.

Aqua and Ruby from Oshi No Ko [Image via Doga Kobo]
Aqua and Ruby from Oshi No Ko | Image via Doga Kobo
Aquamarine, now living in the shadow of his mother’s stardom, is determined to support her rise in the entertainment industry. But as a child, what influence can he truly make in the face of the industry’s often concealed dark side?

With the arrival of the second season on the horizon, fans can look forward to delving deeper into the lives of Aquamarine and Ai, and the dark side of the entertainment industry.

What to expect in the upcoming season

In episode 11, Aquamarine can be seen reading a copy of the Tokyo Blade manga. Additionally, in the ending credits of episode 12, there is a brief scene of Aquamarine rehearsing for the stage play, indicating that the second season is also expected to adapt the 2.5D Stage Play Arc from the manga, which is one of the longest and most popular arcs in the series.

Ai Hoshino in season 1
Ai Hoshino from season 1 | Image via Doga Kobo
  • This arc signifies a significant turning point in Aquamarine’s journey as a performer. It marks the moment when he steps into the spotlight and begins to face the challenges of the entertainment industry.
  • We will also be introduced to a host of new characters and conflicts that will surely keep us on the edge of our seats. Furthermore, this arc also offers a deeper, more revealing look into the shadows that lurk within the entertainment world.

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New characters to be introduced in Oshi no Ko season 2

Ai Hoshino | Image via Doga Kobo
Ai Hoshino | Image via Doga Kobo

The following new characters are expected to be introduced in the second season of Oshi no Ko:

  • Ruby Hoshino: Aquamarine’s twin sister and a gifted actress. She takes on the challenging role of the female lead in the play, Tokyo Blade.
  • Kana Arima: A young actress who competes with Ruby for the coveted female lead role in Tokyo Blade, adding a touch of rivalry to the drama.
  • Akane Kurokawa: Cast in a supporting role in the stage play, she stands as a loyal friend to Ruby and Aquamarine, forming an essential part of their journey.
A still from Oshi no Ko season 1
A still from Oshi no Ko season 1 | Image via Doga Kobo
  • Taiki Himekawa: A talented actor assigned the male lead role in Tokyo Blade. While his skills shine, his arrogance and pride might stir up some drama of their own.
  • Sakuya Kamoshida: Another young actor, he secures a supporting role and brings kindness and gentleness to the cast, with a special connection to Ruby.
  • Abiko Samejima: As the mangaka of Tokyo Blade and the director of the stage play, she embodies a demanding yet dedicated personality, making sure every aspect of her work and her actors’ performances are nothing short of perfection.


Fans of the manga can also expect to see some new surprises in the second season, as the anime has made some changes to the source material in the first season.

Overall, Oshi no Ko season 2 is shaping up to be a must-watch for fans of the first season and the manga alike. With its complex characters, gripping plot, and dark undertones, the series is sure to captivate audiences once again.

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