The first promotional video has released for the adaptation of Alfred Yamamoto’s romantic comedy manga, Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It. Also known as RikeiKoi, the anime series following the story of two scientists–Yukimura Shinya and Himuro Ayame–who’ve fallen in love with one another. Scientists to the core, they both want to learn how to figure out how to express love via scientific theories. Working together, they try to figure out a way to explain their emotions for one another.
The anime is being handled by Studio Zero-G, also known for their work on the series Grand Blue and Dive!!. The series director is Kitahata Tooru, previously known for his work on Hinako Note and the second season of Bokutomo. Rintarou Ikeda is handling the series composition, best known for Tejina-senpai and Seven Deadly Sins Season 3. Character design duties go to Yusuke Isouchi.
RikeiKoi has already received a live-action drama series that released in September of 2018, which was popular enough to get a live-action film that released in February. Hopefully the series can bolster what looks to be a fairly anemic Winter anime season.