Put the Japanese Show, Nisekoi: False Love, into a third season of production.

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  The show, Nisekoi, aired its first season on January 11, 2014 and came to a close on May 24, 2017 after 20 episodes. The show showed a great return with fans everywhere in Japan and North America and was given the green light for a sequel consisting of 12 episodes from April 10, 2015 to June 26, 2015. The season had no issues with the fans outside of a single problem, the fans felt the season was too short! They have been wanting more since then and have been left empty handed without another season outside of a random episode on January 4, 2016. It teased that there would be more "Next Spring" but as you most likely noticed, it is 2 years past the release of that episode. The show still has a lot more content that could be extracted from the original manga series to create another season. Even in 2018, it's bringing in views and clicks daily and adding more and more fans to its surplus. Leaving fans disappointed in the lack of an ending. The producer, Shaft Inc., and director, Akiyuki Shinbo, have left without any response.  

The show, based off of the manga, follows high school students Raku Ichijo, the son of a yakuza leader of a gang know as Shuei-Gumi, and Chitoge Kirisaki, the daughter of a boss in a rival gang known as Beehive. They unexpectedly meet when Chitoge hops a wall and knees Raku in the face. After she runs off, Raku realizes he has lost his locket which was given to him by his childhood sweetheart with whom he made a secret promise. After discovering Chitoge is a new transfer student in his class, he makes her to help him look for the locket. While searching, they begin to have an equal disliking of each other. Upon returning home, Raku learns that the Shuei-Gumi and Beehive gangs have agreed to settle their feud by pairing their leaders' children. Raku learns that the Beehive's daughter is none other than Chitoge. For the next three years, they have to fake to be in a relationship to keep peace between the gangs. It comes out to be quite the challenging task, not only because of their disliking of one another, but also because Raku's crush on another girl, Kosaki Onodera, whom he wishes was the girl who bears the key to his locket. Various developments complicate the situation, including another girl known as Marika Tachibana. Marika claims to be Raku's fiance as she reveals she has a key to the locket, although Raku didn't know the promise that he made with his childhood sweetheart, Marika claims that they had promised each other that once they were to meet again, they'd marry. Marika isn't just any ordinary lover though, she is the daughter of the police commissioner. So if he doesn't comply, there might be some more than devastating altercations between Shuei-Gumi and the Police. Even though Marika has a key as well as a ever growing affection towards Raku, it's the same for Chitoge and Kosaki. Chitoge's father reveals that all 4 were childhood friends. Not only that but both Chitoge and Kosaki have keys as well as a memory of making a promise with a boy. All 3 have valid evidence to rule out that boy as Raku. But the series ends without finding out who the promise girl is nor did Chitoge or Kosaki confessing their feelings towards Raku. It ends as Chitoge decides to wait to confess her feelings and let things play out a bit. Obviously that isn't the true ending to the story if you have read the original manga series. The second season ends somewhere around chapter 106 of 229+ giving Shaft Inc. over 100 chapters of content to extract into another season. This obviously leaves the fan-base feeling ever so bittersweet with the pleasure of the memories from the show but the pain knowing it never finished.

This is why we're petitioning for a third season to be produced or at the minimum, a response from Shaft or the director on why they didn't continue the series.