On Weekend, TOHO Animation started to stream two additional promo videos for the television anime of The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten light book series. Shortly after the release of the seventh episode, the production team for The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten also unveiled a new key image.
On Saturday, TOHO animation released the supplemental “Love Story: Amane Side” promotional film, 12 hours after releasing the “Love Story: Mahiru Side” video.
The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten New Promo Videos
On the TOHO Animation YouTube channel, two fresh “Love Story” PV trailers with narration by Mahiru and Amane have been made available. Taito Ban plays Amane Fujimiya, Manaka Iwami plays Mahiru, Taku Yashiro plays Itsuki Akasawa, and Haruka Shiraishi plays Chitose Shirakawa in the primary voice cast.
- Mahiru Shiina Promo Video,
- Amane Fujimiya Promo Video,
The character Mahiru Shiina (voiced by Manaka Iwami) sang the song “Aiuta” (Love Song) for the episode 7 closing theme song, which TOHO animation also streamed on Sunday:
The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten New Key Visual
The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten’s official Twitter account has shared a brand-new key image. On the website for the anime, there are new series-wide and episode 7-specific visuals:
On January 7 at 10:30 p.m. JST, Tokyo MX broadcast the anime’s world debut. The show is also shown on AT-X and BS NTV. Anime is streamed live on Crunchyroll.
The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten Story?
Mahiru is a beautiful lady who is referred to as “an angel” by all of her students. She is not only a top athlete with high grades, but she is also very beautiful. Although going to the same school, Amane, a self-described slob, and the average man has never given any consideration to the miraculous beauty.
But, everything changes when he happens to spot Mahiru alone in a park during a downpour. There starts the peculiar romance between this improbable duo!
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Frequently Asked Question
In Japan, the 12-episode anime series has been streaming on Crunchyroll since its first broadcast on January 7, 2023.
Up till now, there were 7 episodes that have been released and episode 8 will be released this upcoming week.