An anime adaptation was announced last November 2018 for the manga series by Bino, Wasteful Days of High School Girls. Set for a July 5th, 2019 debut in Japan, Sentai Filmworks has now announced their pickup of the series for home video and streaming. They’ve shuttled the streaming over to HIDIVE who will bring it out the same day as Japan. While streaming territories will be revealed by HIDIVE, Sentai Filmworks indicates that they have licensed it for release in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa, the Netherlands, Scandinavia, Spain, Portugal, and Latin America.
Takeo Takahashi is serving as the chief director with Hijiri Sanpei as the hands-on director. Masahiro Yokotani is working on the series composition with Sachiko Yasuda working on the character designs and serving as the chief animation director with production at Passione.
The series cast includes M.A.O as Majo, Satomi Satou as Lily, Kazuyuki Okitsu as Waseda, Chinatsu Akasaki as Nozomu Tanaka, Haruka Tomatsu as Akane Kikuchi, Aki Toyosaki as Shiori Saginomiya, Maria Naganawa as Saku Momoi, Miyu Tomita as Minami Yamamoto, and Rie Takahashi as Kanade Ninomae.
The series, known as Joshi Kosei no Mudazukai, has been running in Comic Newtype with its fourth print volume so far.
Plot Concept: “Bored out of her skull, Tanaka decides to give her friends some rather quirky nicknames, but they aren’t going to take her unflattering descriptions lying down. Sakuchi (who got saddled with “Ota” due to her nerdy otaku tendencies) and Saginomiya (dubbed “Robo” thanks to her deadpan personality) decide to call Tanaka “Baka” – and honestly? This should give you a pretty good idea of the shenanigans these three get up to. They?re at the height of their youth and they?re utterly ridiculous, eagerly and hilariously wasting away their days as high school girls!”