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Haruhi's Second Season Goes Live On Crunchyroll

The second season of the anime gets a streaming home

By Chris Beveridge     February 12, 2011

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Crunchyroll has launched the second season of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya this weekend for premium users while free users will get four episodes released per week until its conclusion. The streaming release of this series looks to mostly mirror what the previous season was with availability in the Americas, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Turkey, Sweden, the Middle East and Africa

Plot summary: Not long after the entrance of the school, Suzumiya Haruhi introduced herself in a strange way.

“I’m not interested in ordinary people. If you came from outer space, or from the future, or you have a supernatural power, come to my place”

The classmates wondered whether she was serious or just kidding, but as our protagonist Kyon finds out, there was way more to this girl than anyone could ever imagine.

Crunchyroll is also offering a writing contest with some prizes up that may pique the interest of fans and it's pretty easy to enter:

Grand Prize: The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Anime Legends DVDs

2nd & 3rd Runner Ups: The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Volume 1 Kyon Bundle DVD & CDs

Thanks to Bandai Entertainment for sponsoring the prizes!

How to Enter:
-Write an article (350-500 words) about why you think The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya has created such a following amongst fans. Please add specific reasons to support your opinion. Please email your entries to contest@crunchyroll.com with the subject line: Haruhi Writing Contest
-Please include your Crunchyroll username in your entry

The winning articles will be featured in our bi-monthly newsletter.

Deadline: Monday, 2/21

Thanks to Calibur454 for the submission.

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Calibur454 2/13/2011 4:53:28 PM

Im honestly hoping that bakuman gets streamed pretty soon. I wouldnt mind seeing it as well. I hope viz snags this anime title too. I dont see why they wont seeing as how they picked up both deathnote and the manga and bakuman is by the same creators.



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