Cells At Work Season 2: Chinese Teachers Loved This Anime?
I loved this anime because it’s a visual version of something I’ve only read in my science textbooks, the workings of cells. I think it’s a great creation Akane Shimizu(author).
The first season aired July 8, 2018, with twenty-one and some additional episodes. The anime shows “how the human body works?” The story begins in the body of homo sapiens, where a countless number of cells coordinate their work for the healthy functioning of the body.
The main characters of the anime are A Rookie RBC-cel, WBC-cel and AE3803. They are all specified for their works.
The Cells at Work is getting so popular, which is the only reason audiences are waiting for the second episode, but will it happen? Let’s investigate!
Will There Be Cells At Work Season 2?
A second season is definitely confirmed by the makers. At this rate, the dates are not fixed! only a period is being finalized by the creators that the Cells At Work Season 2 would be broadcast in the winters of 2021.
The second episode would be a small edition with only eight episodes that will spread around the world Blu-ray/DVD disk volumes. It is produced by David Productions (animation studio).
The main reason behind the delay of the second episode is that the studio is somehow busy with some other animes Fire Force season 2 anime, JoJo OVA episodes and Strike Witches season 3.
Cells At Work Season 2 – Crew/Characters and How They Work!
The main crew remains the same except for the director of the show, yes! Kenichi Suzuki is not going to direct the anime again, a new director named Hirofumi Ogura is ordered to continue with the anime, while the writer would be the same, Hirofumi Ogura.
Speaking of the characters, here we have listed a handful of figures from their anime with their individual functionality.
- erythrocyte– They are also known as the Red Blood Cells or abbreviated as the RBCs, the character assigned for the role is AE3803 Kana Hanazawa for the Japanese version and Cherami Leigh for the English dubbed version.
- Neutrophil or white blood cells (you–1146)- The role of WBCs is to fight against the harmful foreign substances that enter our bodies, the voice is given by Tomoaki Maeno for the Japanese and Billy Kameez for the English.
- Killer T cells– They are a kind of white blood cells whose main function is to kill the cells, germs or harmful substances that appear to be a foreign particle. The voice for the T-working cell is given by Daisuke Ono (Japanese) Robbie Daymond (English)
- macrophage– Voiced by Kikuko Inoue (Japanese) and Laura Post (English). The macrophages are part of the WBC with somewhat the same function.
Now let’s call some other cells-
- Helper T Cell – Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai (Japanese) Ray Chase (English).
- Regulatory T Cell – Voiced by: Saori Hayami (Japanese) Erica Mendez(English).
- Naive T Cell – Voiced by: Mutsumi Tamura (Japanese) Laura Stahl (English).
- Effector T Cell – Voiced by: Kenji Nomura (Japanese) Chris Tergliaferra(English).
- Eosinophil- Voiced by: MAO (Japanese) Kayli Mills (English).
- Dendritic Cell – Voiced by: Nobuhiko Okamoto (Japanese) Griffin Burns (English).
Cells at work Mii
Red blood cell
white blood cell
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Where can we watch Cells At Work season 2?
You can watch the anime from the gogoanime website. Gogoanime makes sure that the users can watch the anime there for free without paying a cent. You will find both the subtitled and dubbed versions of the Noblesse series. It is also available on Funimation, Netflix, Crunchyroll, VRV, and anime.com.
However, the first version is available on the above platforms while the second one will be out soon, once it airs.
The anime is absolutely amazing! and loved by everyone, not just the teenagers, even Chinese teachers find the anime beneficial to the student as well, even a faculty teacher named Yang who belongs to the High School Affiliated to Southwest University said-
“It helps students understand and remember the biology information they learned in school, in a much more enjoyable way.”
Have you seen the anime? Is it beneficial for you? What have you learned from this? Share your answers with us in our comment section.
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