Good Morning Call Season 3

‘Good Morning Call’ is a Japanese drama television series. It is the adaptation of Japanese manga Good Morning Call by Yue Takasuka. Yo Kawahara and Takashi Fujio are the directors of the show. It premiered on February 12, 2016, on Netflix. The adaptation received critical appreciation from fans and critics worldwide. The creators released the second season on September 22, 2017. The show became an instant hit on the release.

The adaptation of the manga turned out to be a complete hit. The fans are already anticipating the third season. But looking at the current situation, everyone is thinking about the release of the third season. Here, we will clear out all the doubts regarding the upcoming season. To clear about the upcoming season, read on.

Good Morning Call Plot:

Nao Yoshikawa is the protagonist of the story. He is an average teenager. She recently moved in her 2DK apartment. Nao moves in with her family to take care of her family farm. She meets Hisashi Uehara. He is an attractive boy who also moves in the neighborhood. The story turns when she discovers that Hisashi also gets the same apartment and he gets scammed. They decide to rent the same apartment and become roommates. 

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They have to keep this a secret from the rest of their classmates. Nao discovers that she has feelings for Hisashi.

Good Morning Season 3 Updates:

The creators released the second season of the show on September 22, 2017. The second season released under the title Good Morning Call: Our Campus Days. The second season too became an instant hit. The fans are already anticipating the third season of the show. However, the creators have not yet revealed anything about the third season as of now. We are not clear if the third season will come out or not.

We can only hope for the third season to release by the end of the next year. This is not yet official. 

Good Morning Call Cast:

  • Hajime Okayama – Nao’s father
  • Tomoko Fujita – Nao’s mother
  • Sayaka Akimoto – Yukari
  • Mai Tezuka – Nozomi Kitaura
  • Michaela Sato – Nanase
  • Yuichi Nakamura – Yu Senzaki
  • Maimi Yajima – Mami Momoyama
  • Tomoharu Hasegawa