The Orbital Children or Chikyugai Shonen “Extraterritorial Boys and Girls” is a two-part science fiction anime of Japan, which was written and directed by Mitsuo Iso. This anime film’s part one was released on January 28, 22 and the second part of the series will be going to release on February 11th, 2022 on Netflix.
Kenichi Yoshida designed the character for the anime as well as served as the animation director. Toshiyuki Inoue designed the animation. Rei Ishizuka produced the soundtrack. Vincent Diamante composed the theme song. This song was performed by a virtual rap singer named Harusaruhi.
The two portions of the film will be released, the first on January 28, 2022, and the second on February 11, 2022. Netflix announced in November 2021, it had acquired the global distribution rights to the firm and will release a three-season, six-season series, with the first episode premiere scheduled for January 28, 2022, synchronized with the film’s premiere in Japan. This series is distributed in Japan by Asmik Ace and Avex pictures and Netflix for a worldwide audience.
The Orbital Children Season 2 Release Date
As mentioned above this series is released in 2 parts. Part one has already been released and the second part is going to release on 11 February 2022. That the all the information we have got just yet. There is a rumor going around that Netflix is planning to have another season of The Orbital Children, well as of now we didn’t have any information related to that, but can say that it is just too early for season 2, first we need to wait for the second part which is going to release on 11th February 2022. After the release of part two, if they give any hint or have left some story to make more seasons, then we will say there is the chance for season 2. But anything can happen, as of now, we have left the second part of The Orbital Children to watch on 11th February on Netflix.
If we got any further information related to season 2 of The Orbital Children, we will update this page, so make sure to check regularly.
The Orbital Children Season 1 Recap
The story is set in 2045, in outer space, in a world in which artificial intelligence, the internet, and social networking sites are ubiquitous. A massive accident leaves a group of children behind on a newly opened commercial space station with no hope of survival from adults. Their only hope is a barely surviving narrowband, a social network, low-level AI software, and a drone controlled by the “Smart” device. In conjunction with AI, they use these tools to survive and arrive at the “true meaning” of terrifying intelligent AIs in history. Can they stay alive in this kind of crisis or not?
In Part one, Children born on the moon, Tuya and Konoha, who are receiving physical therapy on the Japanese space station Anshin, in order to return to earth, after they got caught in the collision of the space station and the comet along with the other children like Taiyo, Mina, and Hiroshi, who are emigrating from earth to space. As they are separated from their elder, they plan to escape on their own from the space station, but the major problem is that the internet and oxygen supplies have been cut off.
Sometimes at odds with each other, sometimes helping one another, they encounter various difficulties such as decompression, EVA, and Micromachine malfunctions.
Production of The Orbital Children
Announcing the film’s production on May 20, 2018, production started on a full scale on October 27, 2020, and announcing the film would be released in early 2022 through investments from Avex Pictures, Asmik Ace, and others. Signal.MD was originally assigned to animate the project but has since been changed to production +h, a new studio founded by Fuminori Honda, former production I.G and Signal-MD producer. There will be two parts to the film: the first part will premiere on January 28, 2022, and the second part will premiere on February 11, 2022.
The Orbital Children Season 2 Characters
Touya Sagami voiced by Natsumi Fujiwara, Konoha Nanase voiced by Azumi Waki, Taiyo Tsukuba voiced by Kensho Ono, Mina Misasa voiced by Chinatsu Akasaki, Hiroshi Tanegashima voiced by Yumiko Kobayashi, Nasa Houston voiced by Mariya Ise, Mayor Sagami voiced by Matsuda Iso.