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Suzumiya Haruhi No Yuutsu 2nd Season is HERE!!!



At last, Suzumiya Haruhi No Yuutsu「涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱」 2nd season has aired!!. More Haruhism!!!.



Yuuki's seiyuu, Chihara Minori, on this year's 11th to 12th July will be coming to perform at DaiCon. Bring everyone there!.


A re-broadcast of the first series began in April 2009. Following a comment by Teletama, one of the broadcasting stations, that the 2009 broadcast would be twenty-eight episodes long, there was speculation that the re-broadcast will be followed by the second season, though this has not been confirmed by Kadokawa. On May 17, 2009, TV Wakayama listed the eighth broadcasted episode of the re-broadcast as a new episode reported to air on May 24, 2009, though it was removed later. The new episode, "Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody" (笹の葉ラプソディ, Sasa no Ha Rapusodi?), was aired on May 21, 2009. Unlike the original run, the re-broadcast is shown in chronological order, with new episodes intermixed with the old ones. - Wikipedia

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