Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It Season 3: Release Date, And More Updates

The animation “Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It,” or “Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita no de Shoumei Shitemita,” is based on the Japanese manga series of the same name by Alifred Yamamoto. The drama follows the lives of two level-headed researchers at Saitama University, Shinya Yukimura and Ayame Himuro. When Ayame finally tells Shinya how she feels about him, the two of them decide to utilize the situation as a chance to conduct an empirical study of emotion. Fans of the show have been laughing at the outrageous antics since the launch on January 11, 2020.

Even while “Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It” hasn’t generated as much buzz as “The First Season,” it’s still a well-regarded anime. After the second season ended, fans were left wondering if the anime will continue for a third. If that’s what you’re thinking, don’t worry; we’ve got you covered.

Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It Season 3 Release Date

The studio has not announced any production or release information yet, but fans are holding out hope that the launch of the next season will be tied to the publication of the manga. The production company has been working hard to keep up with the source material and to provide each season with increasing professionalism and polish. All we have to do now is wait until 2023 when we hope the studio will finally give the go-ahead for season 3 production.

Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It Storyline

The protagonists of this anime are two postgraduate students at Japan’s Saitama University. The protagonist, Ayame Himuro, approaches her classmate Yukimura Shinya about going on a date. Being the dorky scientists that they were, Ayame and Yukimura looked for rationale in their emotions. They began to wonder if it really was love. Two scientists set out to decode their emotions using logic and statistics in this engaging tale.

Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It Season Cast and characters


  • Shinya Yukimura
    Portrayed by: Shun Nishime
    Voiced by: Yuma Uchida(Japanese); Billy Kametz(English) (season 1), Alejandro Saab(season 2-present)
  • Ayame Himuro
    Portrayed by: Nana Asakawa
    Voiced by: Sora Amamiya(Japanese); Avrielle Corti(English)
  • Kotonoha Kanade
    Portrayed by: Yuuka Yano
    Voiced by: Natsuko Hara(Japanese); Renee Dorian(English)
  • Ena Ibarada
    Portrayed by: Karin Ogino
    Voiced by: Nichika Ōmori(Japanese); Erika Harlacher(English)
  • Kosuke Inukai
    Portrayed by: Tomu Fujita
    Voiced by: Jun Fukushima (anime)(Japanese); Jeff Schine(English)
  • Professor Ikeda
    Portrayed by: Ryōtarō Okiayu
    Voiced by: Ryōtarō Okiayu(Japanese); Aaron LaPlante(English) (anime)
  • Rikekuma
    Voiced by: Momo Asakura (Japanese); Tara Sands (English)
  • Arika Yamamoto
    Voiced by: Yui Ogura (Japanese); Cherami Leigh (English)
  • Suiu Fujiwara
    Voiced by: Marina Yamada
  • Chris Florette
    Voiced by: Yuki Kaji (Japanese); Chris Hackney (English)
  • Haru Kagurano
    Voiced by: Rena Hasegawa (Japanese); Erin Yvette (English)

Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It Season 3 Expected Plot

The love triangle between Yukimura, Himudo, and Kanade will be front and center in the anime’s upcoming third season. Yukimura has romantic feelings for Himudo, but Himudo has no such feelings for him. However, Himudo’s feelings for Kanade have evolved from platonic friendship to something more romantic over time. Kanade, sadly, has formed romantic affection for Yukimura rather than Himudo.

What began as a series of scientific tests on the trio’s romantic lives has evolved into something more. They have to make some difficult decisions now. The three friends will grow and evolve as they work through the complexities of their romantic relationships.

Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It Season 3 Trailer

While we wait for the official Season 3 trailer, enjoy the Season 2 trailer right here and now!

Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It Season 2 Rating

I Tried to Prove That Science Is in Love A 6.9/10 rating on IMDb is quite good. MyAnimeList ranked the show at 7.50 out of 10, and Crunchyroll gave it 4.5 out of 5.

Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It Season 2 Review

As the first season of Science Fell in Love concluded, Shinya Yukimura and Ayame Himuro finally shared the passionate kiss they had been searching for scientifically. Their inquiry is largely continued towards the end of Season 2. They’ve already proven their devotion through scientific achievement. Yes, but I’m guessing that in the time between seasons, the show’s (and the manga’s) creators uncovered a treasure trove of previously done tests and scientific research on human behavior and romantic urges.

Since the characters in the book are so scientifically minded, they come up with new experiments and tweak some of the old ones when they realize how important it is for the results to hold up to examination. Ena Ibarada and Ksuke Inukai’s relationship, for example, receive considerably more plot focus this season, strongly implying that they are romantically attracted to one another, even if neither is as open about it. This season further boosts the sample size.

Four other new college characters have been introduced: the committed couple Suiu Fujiwara and Chris Floret from the biology department, and the students Yoshitaka Taniguchi and Madoka Kamiya who take part in some of Yukimura and Himuro’s experiments across multiple episodes. All of the ideas and most of the personalities are superbly written.

Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It Season 3 Episodes

Prior to the third season, 24 episodes had aired across the first two. Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It typically has at least 12 episodes per season.

Is it the show worth watching?

This line of thinking—pursuing a romantic interest in a purely “logical” way—is taken to its logical extreme in the TV show “Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove it.” It shows how ridiculous that idea becomes when followed to its illogical conclusion.

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