Although you liked the very first season, I feel you’ll appreciate the second edition even more because the main couple is truly reaching their groove and progressing as personalities. Nagatoro-san excels at creating you to sympathize with the individuals and their progress.
Senpai or Naoto is growing confidence in his abilities and realizes that if he intends on making things actually work with Nagatoro, he must take the initiative to alter his behavior. He will keep developing as a persona. The entire narrative is quite standard.
If you’ve ever followed a romantic anime, you may experience that stereotypical feeling due to the numerous spots. For instance, an installment about something like a winter vacation or a fresh start. Obviously, I’m not implying that it was difficult to follow.
Rather, I’d like to draw attention to the fact that a series as popular as Don’t Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro should just be unique in some way from any other romance. Although choosing certain obvious options, Nagatoro is still a lot of fun, and it surely lives according to its word.
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Previous Episode Recap
The previous episodes showed us Naoto thinking about the tournament and are now willing to win one in the future for the sake of training given by Hayase. Hayase gets to know that his childhood competitor who once destroyed her and made her lose confidence is also participating in the Judo tournament.
She is anxious but, Naoto encourages her to face her and beat her. Hayase gets motivated and is ready but with one condition, Naoto has to win one match. She teases him by proposing a kiss as a reward for the win. Naoto shows his excellent potential against his opponent Pascel but loses in the end.
Hayase fights with Orihara and uses all his talent and skill to prove herself which pays off in the initial dual. Unfortunately, the final win goes into the pocket of Orihara. Hayase is pissed but happy. On the way home she asks Naoto to kiss her as a reward if she beats Orihara. Unknown to Naoto, this time she is serious.
We get introduced to Hana Sunomiya, the president’s cousin who joined the school art club and shares the screen with Nagatoro’s Senpai. She has a love for art and various other qualities making her parallel to the president. Naoto will now get entangled in many circumstances with the entry of this new character. But no worry, Hayase is there for him.
What Is The Release Date For Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro Season 2 Episode 11?
Episode 11 of Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro 2nd Attack is set to air on the 12th of March 2023, Sunday at 1 am JST. Season 2 of Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro is planned to release 12 episodes, with the last one remaining for now.
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The scheduled release date and time with respect to different time zones are as follows –
- Pacific Standard Time: Saturday, March 11, 8 am PST
- Central Standard Time: Saturday, March 11, 10 am CST
- Eastern Standard Time: Saturday, March 11, 11 am EST
- Greenwich Mean Time: Saturday, March 11, 4 pm GMT
- Indian Standard Time: Saturday, March 11, 9.30 pm IST
- Central European Time: Saturday, March 11, 5 am CET
- Australian Central Daylight Time: Sunday, March 12, 2.30 am ACDT
- Philippines Time: Sunday, March 12, 11 am PT
Where Can One Watch Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro Season 2 Episode 11?
With the license bought, one can get to stream Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro Season 2 Episode 11 with the previous episodes on Crunchyroll, that for free with multiple ads. But, one can head to buy a premium subscription to the platform namely Fans and Mega Plans to binge-watch the series ad-free.
The series also gets broadcasted on Japanese TV networks including TOKYO MX, BS11, MBS, and BS NTV, every Saturday from 24:oo. Channel AT-X airs a repeat telecast of the series every Tuesday at 11 pm, Thursday at 10 am, and Monday at 4 pm according to Japanese Standard Time.
One can do 1-week advance delivery on terrestrial broadcasting at ABEMA. Free delivery service is available on platforms like d anime store, d anime store for prime, Gyao, Niconico live, and Tver. The new installment gets available for rental services, every Sunday at 12:oo on platforms like Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Bandai Channel, Telesa, FODs, U-Next, Rakuten TV, and Hikari TV
Note: Every platform is paid except Crunchyroll and BiliBili.
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