My Senpai is Annoying Episode 2 is scheduled to release on October 17, 2021. Viewers are excited to watch the latest episodes.
My Senpai is Annoying is a romantic comedy anime series by Doga Kobo studio. It is based on Shiro Manta’s manga series of the same name. The series is directed by Ryota Itoh. Yoshimi Narita is the scriptwriter of the anime series.
The series premiered on October 10, 2021, on Tokyo MX, BS 11, GYT, HTB, Animax, and TUF. Muse Communication and Funimation licensed the series. The series has 12 episodes.
About My Senpai is Annoying
The story revolves around Igarashi Futaba, a short 23-year-old woman. Due to her petite figure, everyone thinks she is a youngster and treats her like a child. She is a hardworking office lady. She tries her best to prove herself so that others could recognize her as an adult. The story also focuses on Futuba and her senior Takeda’s senpai-kouhai relationship.
Futaba thinks her senpai is very annoying. His huge physique, the way he laughs, the way he pats her head, everything about him annoys her. Takeda is caring and overprotective. He drives Futuba home when she is drunk. He even apologizes to their boss for her mistakes. Futuba develops feelings for him even if he is annoying.
The series features workplace comedy and romance. The storyline is not unique but it’s adorable. If you at feeling bored at home, it will take you back to your office days. Supporting characters are also very interesting. Futaba’s colleagues are very friendly. They are like a family. The anime series is a must-watch for those looking for an entertaining comedy anime series.
My Senpai is Annoying Episode 2 Release Date
It is scheduled to release on October 17, 2021. The episode is named “Udon, Sometimes Full Moon.” After watching the first episode, viewers are already familiar with the theme and main characters. Fans are very excited to watch the second episode of the anime series.
Where to Watch Online
You can watch all the latest episodes of My Senpai is Annoying online on Funimation.
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