‘Komi Can’t Communicate’ Season 2, Episode 3 Release Date and Time

One of the best slice-of-life romance anime returning for Spring 2022 on Netflix is Komi Can’t Communicate (Japanese name Komi-san wa, Komyushō Desu). Hitohito Tadano and Osana Najimi continue their mission to help Komi Shouko make 100 friends. Since season 1 ended, fans have wondered if Komi liked Tadano or feared Netflix canceled Komi Can’t Communicate. However, the anime returned, and fans could see some love in the air for Komi and Tadano. Here’s everything fans need to know about the Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2, Episode 3 release date and time.


  • When to watch the Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2, Episode 3 release date and time
  • Season 2, Episode 2 recap
  • What to expect for Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2?
Komi Shouko from 'Komi Can't Communicate' Season 2 trailer
Komi Shouko from ‘Komi Can’t Communicate’ Season 2 trailer | Netflix

‘Komi Can’t Communicate’ Season 2, Episode 3 release date and time

The new episode for Komi is titled “Typhoon,” and it will release during the Spring 2022 anime season on Wednesday, April 20, 2022, or April 21, 2022, based on your location. You can watch the new episode on the streaming service Netflix.

Episode 3 of Komi Can’t Communicate will follow separate time schedules for different locations.

  • 8:00 am PT (April 20)
  • 10:00 am CT (April 20)
  • 11:00 am EST (April 20)
  • 3:00 pm GMT (April 20)
  • 12:00 am JST (April 21)

Unfortunately, fans trying to watch Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2, Episode 3 on Netflix have a little longer to wait.

Netflix announced that Komi Season 2, Episode 1, “Winter Arrives,” would appear on the streaming platform on April 27, 2022. Subsequent episodes will debut each week in the section for anime movies and shows.

‘Komi Can’t Communicate’ Season 2, Episode 2, ‘Typhoon,’ recap before episode 3

Here’s an overview for fans who need a quick recap of episode 2 before Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2, Episode 3. When a strong typhoon sweeps in, Tadano called Komi-san. In an adorable moment, she mustered her courage to ask him to stay on the phone because his talking calmed her.

Meanwhile, Yamai gets up to her usual creepy antics again but fails to Komi’s benefit. In the episode, the male classmates have their own fantasies, imagining what a relationship would be like with the girls. However, none of them can imagine what a relationship with Komi would be like — except for Tadano, who ends up embarrassed.

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Komi, Onemine, and Otori visited a cat café. While Komi loves cats (with some of her reactions including cat ears appearing), none wanted to play with her. This led to a bit of jealousy between Komi and Otori. However, a black cat approached and let her pet him as Onemine took a picture.

And for fans hoping for confirmation of if Komi likes Tadano, Najimi and Yamai play a game to see Komi’s reaction to different people saying “I love you.” Of course, Tando finds himself interrupted before he can say it. Komi excuses herself, wishing she could hear him say it.

Hopefully, she can hear it in Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2, Episode 3 or sometime soon after.

What to expect in Season 2 of the romance anime

While season 2 picks up right where season 1 left off, adapting from chapter 86 of the Komi Can’t Communicate manga by Tomohito Oda, there’s no word on where episode 3 could focus. Some fans hope more romance waits in store. Something has to fill the gap left by My Dress-Up Darling.

With season 1 running for 12 episodes, fans can expect the same for season 2.

“The trailer has revealed that the season will also adapt the school trip arc, with everyone enthusiastically asking Komi to be in their group for their trip to Kyoto,” Sportskeeda notes.

Fans can watch the Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2, Episode 3 release date on Wednesday, April 13, 2022, and Thursday, April 14, 2022, on Netflix.

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