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HIDIVE Adds New ‘My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU’ Anime Staff & Creator Interview

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Join Wataru Watari (creator), Masazumi Katoh (producer) and Hironori Hoshino (editor) for this interview!
My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Episode 6
©Masayuki Ishikawa / KODANSHA/ Maria Project.

With the end of the third season of the My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU anime adaptation, the show has adapted the original work well and rolled everything out for fans. HIDIVE is now getting something new out by working with the Japanese side to do some new interviews as people are far more comfortable doing webcam interviews now. This one clocks in at twenty-three minutes and provides a new interview with Wataru Watari (creator), Masazumi Katoh (producer), and Hironori Hoshino (editor) for this exclusive interview from HIDIVE that we hope makes its way onto the third season home video release from Sentai Filmworks.

The series in its three seasons are available for streaming through HIDIVE while the first two seasons have their home video releases out and are still in print as a two-season collection on Blu-ray.

The first season features the opening song “Yukitoki” by Nagi Yanagi and the ending theme song “Hello Alone” by Saori Hayami.

The second season features the opening song “Harumodoki” by Nagi Yanagi and the ending theme song “Everyday World” by Yukino Yukinoshita.

The third season features the opening song “Megumi no Ame” by Yanagi and the ending theme song “Diamond no Jundo” by Yukino Yukinoshita and Yui Yuigahama.

Check out our review of the series.

Plot Concept: Opposites may attract, but putting them together can result in chemical burns, electric shocks, and explosions. Enter Hachiman Hikigaya, a pessimistic high school student with no friends, no interest in making any, and the firm belief that everyone else’s cherished high school experiences are either delusions or outright lies.

Hachiman finds himself coerced by his well-meaning student advisor into joining the one-member Service Club. There he encounters club founder Yukino Yukinoshita, a smart, attractive, walking superiority complex who looks down on the entire student body. These two negative personalities are quick to attract Yui Yuigahama, who’s cute, bright, cheerful, and needs the Service Club’s help to… bake cookies? Is this a recipe for romance or the precursor for a nuclear meltdown? Will there be cookies, nookie, or a reason for everyone to play hooky?

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