Plastic Memories Season 2 Release Date Status, Cast, Plot, Trailer

Have you ever wondered about a future with multiple robots assisting humans in everyday tasks? If not, you can get a visual of this future in a television anime series called “Plastic Memories” or Purasutikku Memorize in Japanese.

Plastic Memories is a science-fiction romantic-comedy-drama animation television series written by Naotaka Hayashi and directed by Yoshiyuki Fujiwara. The show is a Manga adaptation by ASCII media works published in Seinen of Dengeki G’s Comic.

Season 1 of the show ran for 13 episodes from April 5, 2015, to June 28, 2015. The comic was serialized from June 2015 to July 2016. Now the fans are awaiting season 2. Here is what we know about plastic memories season 2.

Plastic Memories Season 2: Release Date

Creating a television animation series out of Manga is popularizing the Manga series and the upcoming seasons for the show depending on the available sources. Since plastic memory season 1 was concluded very well with no cliffhangers, we know that the chances of renewal of season 2 are more minor. To begin with season 2, we might need source material and a whole different plot. As there is no source material for the 2nd installment, we might never see plastic memories in season 2.

The Cast of Plastic Memories Season 2

The show revolves around two main protagonists, namely Tsukasa Mizugaki (a high school boy) and Isla (an android).

So, we will see Tsukasa Mizugaki voiced by Yasuaki Takumi. Tsukasa is the protagonist, an 18 years old boy who joined the terminal service after failing in college.

Isla will be again voiced by Sora Amamiya, the female protagonist of the series and a female Android, also a member of The Terminal Service Agency.

Both Tsukasa and Isla fall in love in season 1, and we saw the end of their love story as the lifespan of Isla got exhausted.

The Plot of Plastic Memory Season 2: What can we expect?

The show Plastic Memories is set in an advanced future where the world has Androids called Griffiths to help humans. But, unfortunately, graffiti has a restricted life expectancy, and if scientists did not bring them back from their owners at the time, it might become destructive. So an agency called “The Terminal Services” was built to perform that task.

In season 1 of Plastic Memories, we saw Tsukasa and Isla working in The Terminal Services Agency. Tsukasa had to join the agency after failing his exam due to a medical condition, and Isla was already working there.

After completing their training, they got their first task, but Isla could not perform very well as she was an Android who had a short lifespan left. As her lifespan decreased, she could not complete tasks, and thus, her abilities were reduced.

Tsukasa, who did not know this, blamed him for her failures.


As the show evolved, we saw Tsukasa and Isla developing passionate feelings for each other and falling in love. However, to save Isla from her destruction, The Terminal Services had to retrieve her back by raising her memory.

Afterward, Tsukasa is gifted with a new Graffiti to perform the designated tasks.

The show’s complexity is that it can depict harsh and soft human feelings through the empty tin metal bodies. Ironically, which pinpoints the human’s selfish characters.

In the end, we saw Tsukasa and Isla getting back to central command where the graffiti Nina is wired and reconstructed, and they were given the task to finish effectively. However, Isla’s capacities are still in question as she could not influence Chizu to surrender her assistant.

Plastic Memories Season 2 Official Trailer

As there is no green flag to plastic memories season 2, we do not have any trailer or teaser. However, YouTube has several fan-made videos that state them as the trailer of season 2. Of course, those are all fake videos, but if season 2 ever comes, we might see an official trailer a few months before the official release date. This article will get updated as soon as there is any news from the creators of the show.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)

Is there any English dub of plastic memories?

Currently, there is no English dub of the animation series. However, the whole first season can be seen on Crunchyroll with Japanese sound and English captions.

Where can we watch plastic memories season 2?

There are no season 2 plastic memories, but season 1 can be streamed on Hulu, Crunchyroll, Anime-Planet, and on global streaming partner Netflix.

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