- Rate: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
- Native: デート・ア・ライブⅡ
- Synonyms: Date A Live 2
- Aired: Apr 12, 2014 to Jun 14, 2014
- Premiered: spring 2014
- Duration: 28 min per ep
- Episodes: 10
- Score: 7.2
- Producers: AT-X Kadokawa Shoten Nippon Columbia
- Studio: Production IMS
- Licensor: Funimation
- Genres: Comedy Harem Mecha Romance School Sci-Fi
Characters and Voice Actors
Fujimura, Mildred F.Supporting
Mathers, Ellen MiraSupporting
Paddington, James A.Supporting
Westcott, Sir Isaac Ray PelhamSupporting
Woodman, Elliot BaldwinSupporting
Bridcutt, Sarah EmiJapanese
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