Cells At Work Season 2: Release Date, Cast Plot and Everything (Hataraku Saibou!! Season 2)

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Cells At Work!

Cells At Work season 2
Ep1:- Bump
Air date 9 January 2021
Ep2:- Acquired immunity, Peyer’s Patch
Air date 16 January 2021
Ep3:- Dengue Fever, Acne
Air date 23 January 2021
Ep4:- H.Pylori, Antigenic Shift
Air date 30 January 2021
Ep5:- Cytokines
Air date 6 February 2021
Ep6:- Harmful bacteria
Air date 13 February 2021
Ep7:- Cancer Cell II
Air date 20 January 2021
Ep8:- Cancer Cell II Part 2
Air date 27 February 2021

Cells At Work manga

Written by Akane Shimizu
Published by Kodansha
Original run 26 January 2015 to 26 January 2021
Total volumes 6 volumes

Cells At Work! Bacteria manga

Illustrated by Haruyuki Yoshida
Published by Kodansha
Original run May 2017 to August 2020
Total volumes 7 volumes

Cells Not At Work!

Illustrated by Moe Sugimoto
Published by Kodansha
Original run 26 July 2017 to present
Total volumes 4 volumes

Anime television series- Cells At Work!

Directed by Kenichi Suzuki (season 1)
Hirofumi Ogura (season 2)
Produced by Yuma Takahashi
Written by Yūko Kakihara
Kenichi Suzuki
Original run 8 July 2018 to 27 February 2021
Total episodes 21 episodes

Cells At Work! Platelets

Written by Yuuko Kakihara
Illustrated by Yasu
Published by Kodansha
Original run 25 May 2019- present
Volumes 3 volumes

Cells At Work! Baby

Illustrated by Yasuhiro Fukuda
Published by Kodansha
Original run 17 October 2019- present
Volumes 3 volumes

Cells At Work! White

Written by Tetsuji Kanie
Published by Kodansha
Original run 26 October 2020-present
Volumes 1 volumes

Everyone was met with loud laughter when the first season of Cells At Work was released back in 2018. The anime series is based on a manga written by Akane Shimizu, and the manga is all about the red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets that keep the human body functioning properly. And now, in 2021, the series made a return with Cells At Work season 2.

You can watch the brand new trailer for the next chapter of Cells At Work dropped by Aniplex. The second season will mark the return of all the characters with the weirdly adorable platelets. However, the first season is all about the white and red blood cells. On the other hand, the renewal is talking about their conflicting equation under newer circumstances.

As per Aniplex announcement, Cells at Work season 2 was released in January 2021. The actors giving their voice in the first season will be reprising in season 2. Here, we will show you some more details about the second season of Cells At Work. So stay tuned with this article.

What is the plot of Cells At Work season 2?

The plot of Cells At Work takes place inside the human body where trillions of anthropomorphic cells such as white blood cells, red blood cells and platelets do their work to keep your body functioning.

Cells At Work mainly focuses on rookie blood cells, AE3803 and white blood cells, U-1146. However, the red blood cells, AE3803, often get lost during deliveries. On the other hand, white blood cells fight against harmful bacteria.

So we can say that the first instalment was all around the white and red blood cells, and the second instalment will be continuing their conflicting equations under newer circumstances. This season will be all around the human bodies housing the cells threatened by the dengue virus, acne and helicobacter pylori. In 2021, cells are ready to fight and keep your body functioning correctly.

Cells At Work season 2 Release date

On 9 January 2021, the release date of Cells At Work is scheduled. However, the second season covers a total of eight episodes. There are 37.2 trillion reasons for the release of the second season of Cells At Work.

After the first season’s release, the anime became one of the most famous anime on Crunchyroll and other streaming services. If we talk about the financial perspective, the Blue Ray DVD sales numbers were also great.

During the hall of fame 2020, Officially titled the Hataraku Saibou, season 2 will also provide an advance screening. The episode will be based on the story from Volume 5 of the Manga.

However, the release will come along with an animated short known as The Platelets Go To The Movie Theatre. The story of this animated short is all about the adorable little Platelets watching a movie after work. The upcoming season will go beyond the story of the red blood cells and white blood cells.

Cast and characters

Characters Played by
Erythrocyte / Red Blood Cell (AE3803) Kana Hanazawa (Japanese); Cherami Leigh (English)
Neutrophil/ White Blood Cell (U-1146) Tomoaki Maeno (Japanese); Billy Kametz (English)
Killer T Cell Daisuke Ono (Japanese); Robbie Daymond (English)
Macrophage/ Monocyte Kikuko Inoue (Japanese); Laura Post (English)
Platelet Maria Naganawa (Japanese); Xanthe Huynh (English)
Helper T Cell Takahiro Sakurai (Japanese); Ray Chase (English)
Regulatory T Cell Saori Hayami (Japanese); Erica Mendez (English)
Naive T Cell Mutsumi Tamura (Japanese); Laura Stahl (English)
Effector T Cell Kenji Nomura (Japanese); Chris Tergliaferra (English)
Eosinophil M.A.O (Japanese); Kayli Mills (English)
Dendritic Cell Nobuhiko Okamoto (Japanese); Griffin Burns (English)
Memory Cell Yuichi Nakamura (Japanese); Dave Vincent (English)
Mast Cell Ayako Kawasumi (Japanese); Maureen Price (English)
B Cell Shōya Chiba (Japanese); Erik Scott Kimerer (English)
Basophil Tomokazu Sugita (Japanese); D. C. Douglas (English)
NK Cell Toa Yukinari (Japanese); Morgan Berry (English)
Cancer Cell Akira Ishida (Japanese); Khoi Dao (English)

Cells At Work season 2 praised by doctors

Due to the accurate portrayal of how the human body works, Dr Satoru Otsuka of the molecular neuro-oncology department of the Emory University of Atlanta really the cancer cell episodes.

The reason behind this is that it shows how immune cells prevented the initial outbreak of cancer. According to the point of view of cancer research, the content in the series is accurate. However, a strong immunity can fight against all odds, including cancer.

But older people suffer from more cell errors. However, the growing cancer cells eat up nutrients that result in weight loss. The series has become a famous anime in China that is like a Chinese Netflix.

The Biology teachers in China are also impressed by this series. They asked students to watch the series and put the homework according to it.

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Cells At Work! Code Black anime is a standalone story.

The Manga by Haruyuki Kuchida is a story all about good bacteria and harmful bacteria waging war in the intestines. However, the Manga by Moe Sugimoto, Cells That Don’t Work! is all about what happens when immature red blood cells get into the body.

In May 2019, anime writer Yuuko Kakihara and Yasu teamed up to create another spin-off. On the other hand, the baby manga Cells At Work is a story about chibi-like cells working in a human body.

All these stories show that there is a possibility of the release of Cells At Work season 3. The plot of Cells At Work Code Black manga tells the story of the cells living inside the body suffering from unhealthy lifestyles like overeating, drinking and insufficient physical activities. It highlights stories related to erection problems, smoking and STDs. Only Cells At Work Code Black manga is officially translated to English for the release in North America by Penguin Random House. For some of the other spin-offs, there are fan-made scalation projects.

Cells At Work White is all about bloodthirsty white blood cells.

In September 2020, Shonen Sirius released a new manga spin-off known as Cells At Work White. As we can see from the title, the story focuses on white blood cells. In December, the first chapter of the manga got released.

However, it will be mid-2022 when there are enough chapters for making the Cells At Work White anime series.

Cells At Work season 2: Frequently asked questions

1. Where can you watch Cells At Work season 2?

You can watch this exciting series on the most popular streaming platform, Netflix. Now, you can watch it for free for ads at Funimation, Crunchyroll and VRV.

2. Where to watch the trailer of Cells at Work season 2?

The trailer of the second season shows some clipping about what is going to happen in season 2. However, you can watch the trailer on YouTube.

3. What is the release date of season 2 of Cells At Work?

Season 2 of Cells At Work was released on 9 January 2021.

4. How many episodes are there in the second season of Cells At Work?

There are a total of eight episodes in the second instalment of the Cells At Work.

Wrapping up

Cells At Work season 2 will be all about returning the white and red blood cells working to keep a human body functioning. You will see the comeback of all the characters that you love, including the weirdly adorable platelets. The season will promise the continuity of their conflicting equation under newer circumstances. So are you ready for the cells to fight to keep your body healthy in 2021?


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