My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Too!

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  • TV-14
  • 2015
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.9  (9,052)

My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Too! is an anime series that was produced by Sentai Filmworks, based on the light novel series of the same name by author Wataru Watari. The show premiered in 2013 and ran for three seasons, concluding in 2020. It was directed by Kei Oikawa and written by Shotaro Suga.

The show follows the story of Hachiman Hikigaya, a cynical high school student who has a very dim view of socializing with others. Hachiman is often seen as an outcast and he has a reputation for being a loner. Despite his seemingly misanthropic outlook on life, Hachiman is often forced to interact with others due to the school's Service Club, which he is a member of.

The Service Club is a small club that is dedicated to helping students with their problems. Hachiman is joined by two other members, a beautiful and intelligent girl named Yukino Yukinoshita, and a cheerful and energetic girl named Yui Yuigahama. The three of them work together to help students in need and to develop their own social skills.

Over the course of the series, the characters face a variety of challenges, both personal and professional. Hachiman in particular has to come to terms with his own feelings and his place in the world, while also dealing with the expectations of his peers and the pressure of doing good in the Service Club. Yukino, too, has her own set of issues to deal with, including her rocky relationship with her family and the pressure of being seen as the smartest and most capable person in the room.

The show is known for its realistic portrayal of high school life and its relatable characters. The three main characters all have their own flaws and insecurities, and their interactions with each other are full of witty dialogue, subtle humor, and genuine emotion. The show is also notable for its beautiful animation and its attention to detail in capturing the mood and tone of each scene.

One of the standout features of My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Too! is its exploration of complex philosophical ideas. The show frequently touches on themes of existentialism, human nature, and the nature of relationships. Hachiman, in particular, is often seen pondering the meaning of life and questioning the validity of societal norms and expectations.

The show has been praised for its nuanced depiction of teenage life and its themes of self-discovery and personal growth. It has also been commended for addressing issues of mental health and social anxiety in a sensitive and realistic manner. The characters' struggles with their own insecurities and the expectations of others are portrayed with depth and empathy.

Overall, My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Too! is a thoughtful and engaging anime series that manages to capture the complexity of teenage life while also providing a deep exploration of philosophical themes. Its relatable characters, witty dialogue, and stunning animation make it a must-watch for anyone who appreciates a well-crafted story with heart and depth.

My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Too! is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (26 episodes). The series first aired on April 3, 2015.

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E 13
13. E 13
June 26, 2015
As Yukino is leaving school, Haruno shows up and says their mother suggested she live at Yukino's place with her for a while. With nowhere else to go, Yukino takes up Yui's invitation to spend the night at the Yuigahama home. When Yui asks Yukino what she wants to do, she's unable to answer. Then Yui comes to a decision that could change the relationship between the three Service Club members. How will Yukino and Hachiman answer?
E 12
12. E 12
June 19, 2015
As Valentine's Day draws near, Miura and Iroha approach the Service Club for advice on giving chocolate to Hayama. Since Hayama doesn't accept gifts of chocolate, Hachiman suggests holding a cooking class so the girls can have Hayama taste-test the chocolates they make.
E 11
11. E 11
June 12, 2015
As a rumor that Yukino and Hayama are a couple floats around the school, Miura approaches the Service Club to ask them to find out Hayama's plans for the future. When Hayama refuses to answer, Hachiman devises a plan utilizing the school marathon race...
E 10
10. E 10
June 5, 2015
Tamanawa and his schoolmates still can't make any decisions, and Hachiman and Yukino directly point out the irresponsibility and emptiness of their words. By laying everything out clearly, Iroha and the Service Club manage to guide the Christmas event toward success. Things are finally peaceful again in the Service Club, and then, after New Year's, Hachiman and Yui set out to find a birthday gift for Yukino...
E 9
9. E 9
May 29, 2015
Hachiman agonizes as he remembers his own words, but all three members of the Service Club are now helping with the Christmas event together. Hiratsuka-sensei hands them tickets to Destiny Land and tells them to go find out what Christmas really means. The trio is joined by Iroha, Hayama, Miura, Ebina, and Tobe, but Hachiman and Yukino end up separated from the others. Meanwhile, as fireworks light the sky, Iroha takes a surprising action...
E 8
8. E 8
May 22, 2015
"You don't have to force yourself to attend anymore..." Yukino's words leave Hachiman in deep turmoil as he reflects on his way of doing things. Hiratsuka finds him leaving the Christmas event planning meeting and gives him some advice, guiding him toward an answer...
E 7
7. E 7
May 15, 2015
All the people on the student council that Iroha's group is planning the Christmas event with are people who only want to make themselves look smart. They "brainstorm" and throw around "flash ideas" about a "grand design" to work toward a "synergistic effect," only responding to one another with "That'll work!" and making no actual decisions.
E 6
6. E 6
May 8, 2015
After the student council election, Hachiman has his reservations as to whether he made the right choice. Iroha then brings the Service Club a request to help with a Christmas event being planned jointly with another school. With Yui eager to accept the request, Yukino has difficulty deciding what to do out of her own will, but Hachiman makes a decision of his own...
E 5
5. E 5
May 1, 2015
Hachiman wasn't able to consult with anyone about the student council president election or the Service Club, but after a conversation with his sister Komachi, he's finally able to take action. Komachi wants both Yukino and Yui to remain in the Service Club, so Hachiman ponders what he can do himself.
E 4
4. E 4
April 24, 2015
Hachiman still hasn't found a solution to the student council president election issue before he ends up on a double date with Orimoto and her friend at Hayama's request (and Haruno's threatening).
E 3
3. E 3
April 17, 2015
Yukino and Yui couldn't hide their shock after the action Hachiman took on their field trip. The mood in the Service Club is awkward when they're approached with a new request. Isshiki Iroha has been entered in the running for student council president as a prank, and she wants help getting out of the election without making herself look bad.
E 2
2. E 2
April 10, 2015
Hachiman and the Service Club are working to solve their classmates' relationship issues during their field trip in Kyoto. As the classmates visit various tour spots in their respective groups, Hachiman makes a realization, and arrives at an unexpected solution...
E 1
1. E 1
April 3, 2015
The cultural festival has ended, and it's now November. Hachiman and company are preparing for a field trip when Hayama and Tobe pay a visit to the Service Club to ask for help with matters of love. But behind the scenes, Hayama and the others in the guys' group have their own plans...
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Where to Watch My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Too!
My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Too! is available for streaming on the Sentai Filmworks website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Too! on demand at Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    April 3, 2015
  • IMDB Rating
    7.9  (9,052)