Urusei Yatsura Season 2 Reveals New Opening and Ending

Urusei Yatsura Season 2 revealed the opening and ending for the second cour on Thursday during the broadcast of episode 13. MAISONdes performs the opening theme “Bye My Darling” featuring Maria MIki and Nito and the ending theme song “Harumoi” featuring Ayuni D and Nito as well. Fans can check out the new opening and ending below:

Urusei Yatsura Season 2 opening 2

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Urusei Yatsura Season 2 ending 2

Series Director Takahiro Kamei reprised his position for Urusei Yatsura Season 2 as well as Yuuko Kakihara (series composition), Naoyuki Asano (character designer), Masanobu Nomura (art director), Masaru Yokoyama (music), and Yuuichirou Nagata (director of photography). Hideya Takahashi and Yasuhiro Kimura are both working as directors.

Urusei Yatsura Season 2 is part of the reboot of the original series with the same name that aired 195 episodes between 1981 and 1986, which was animated by Studio Pierrot for the first 106 episodes and then handed off to studio DEEN for the rest. Season one of the reboot started in 2022 and ran for a total of 23 episodes across split cours. The rom-com, sci-fi anime is based on the manga created by Rumiko Takahashi, which was serialized for nine years between 1978-1987 and currently has over 35 million copies in circulation.

VIZ Media originally picked up the English license for Urusei Yatsura in the 1990s but stopped printing after volume 8. The publishing company picked it back up and released all volumes for the series in omnibus format between 2019-2023.

HIDIVE is streaming the anime and describes the story as:
Chosen as humanity’s representative in a duel against invading aliens, the womanizing Ataru faces off against the alien princess Lum — and the conflict follows him home when Lum invades both planet Earth AND the reluctant Ataru’s love life!

Source: Official Website, Official X (formerly Twitter)
©Rumiko Takahashi, Shogakukan / “Urusei Yatsura” Animation Production Committee