Violet Evergarden had become a highly applauded anime and fans are anticipating another season for the same. This heartwarming anime features a war hero and her means of living an ordinary person’s life. The anime has received various awards and accolades along with appreciation from viewers and critics. The show won Best Animation at the 2019 Crunchyroll Anime Awards and has a very impressive rating of 8.4 on the IMDB’s website.

Violet Evergarden is based on Japanese light novel series written by Kana Akatsuki and Akiko Takase is the illustrator of the same and the 13-episode anime television series is an adaptation by Kyoto Animation.

Release Date

Since its first release in 2018, fans have been yearning for another season of the meaningful and heartwarming anime. Unfortunately, there is no news about an official release date for the show. Due to the global pandemic things seem pretty slow on the side of the makers as well.

What Is The Anime All About?

Violet Evergarden is a female ex-soldier at the Great War. She loses her arms and is hospitalized after a bloody face-off. Here she receives prosthetic arms and tries to recall the last words her mentor/ guardian told her at the battlefield.

Violet then tries to make ends meet and live a normal life. She joins a postal service as a writer where she witnesses Auto Memory Dolls that transcribe people’s thoughts and feelings into words. A scientist named Dr. Orlando initially used such dolls to assist his visually impaired wife in writing. Moved by the concept Violet decides to work as an Auto Memory Doll, a trade that exposes to her (an otherwise emotion-less person) the varied number of adventures and she tries to find herself through her client’s feelings.


The show features the following voice artists:

  • Yui Ishikawa (Japanese); Erika Harlacher (English) as Violet Evergarden
  • Takehito Koyasu (Japanese); Kyle McCarley (English) as Claudia Hodgins
  • Daisuke Namikawa (Japanese); Tony Azzolino (English) as Gilbert Bougainvillea.
  • Aya Endō (Japanese); Reba Buhr (English) as Cattleya Baudelaire

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