Heroine Explores Work / Life Balance in My Senpai is Annoying TV Anime Teaser

Futaba receives an embarassing head-patting from her superior at work in a scene from the My Senpai is Annoying TV anime.

A new teaser trailer has been released for My Senpai is Annoying (known in Japan as Senpai ga Uzai Kouhai no Hanashi), a TV anime based on the office romantic comedy manga by Shiromanta about a pint-sized employee who develops feelings for her big, brash superior at work. The teaser video (below) highlights scenes from the first episode of the series, which begins broadcasting in Japan today.



The original My Senpai is Annoying web comic is serialized in Pixiv's comic POOL digital manga magazine, and an English language version is also published in print by Seven Seas Entertainment. Funimation describes the story of the series as follows:


Being seen as a full-fledged business woman isn’t easy for Futaba Igarashi when her senpai, Harumi, treats her like a kid. Days for her are never typical, at work or outside of it, with all the antics going on in her life. As mishaps ensue, she’ll find herself growing closer with her loudmouth senpai. Maybe Futaba feels more than she lets on, but one thing’s for sure: she’s still annoyed!


A new key visual for the upcoming My Senpai is Annoying TV anime, featuring the main cast posing for the camera with their fists raised. Harumi has hoisted Futaba into the air, and she's braced on his shoulder as if she were sitting in an office chair.


The My Senpai is Annoying TV anime is directed by Ryota Ito and features animation production by Doga Kobo. The series is currently broadcasting in Japan on TOKYO MX and BS11, with additional broadcasts to follow later on Tochigi TV, Hokkaido Television Broadcasting, Animax, and TUF TV-U Fukushima.


My Senpai is Annoying is also streaming in the United States via Funimation as part of their fall 2021 anime simulcast lineup beginning on October 09, 2021.


Source: MoCa


Copyright notice: © Shiromanta,ICHIJINSHA/My Senpai is Annoying Production Committee


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