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New The Quintessential Quintuplets Anime Announced and It’s not an April Fool’s joke

New The Quintessential Quintuplets Anime Announced and It's Not April Fool's joke

A new The Quintessential Quintuplets anime has been announced and it’s not April 1st, this announcement came in a special livestream of The Quintessential Quintuplets that took place today.

They already released a visual and PV for the new The Quintessential Quintuplets anime, check it out:

New The Quintessential Quintuplets Anime Announced and It's Not April Fool's joke

This new anime will show stories that weren’t shown in previous animes. Remembering that The Quintessential Quintuplets had two seasons and a movie that ended the story, the anime was so successful that they decided to even make this new anime.

For those who think it’s an April Fool’s joke, it’s not, the announcement came at an event by The Quintessential Quintuplets that took place today:

All of the original voice actors are returning for this new anime.

Sinopse de The Quintessential Quintuplets:

Fuutarou Uesugi is an ace high school student, but leads an otherwise tough life. His standoffish personality and reclusive nature have left him friendless, and his father is debt-ridden, forcing his family to scrape by.

One day during his lunch break, Uesugi argues with a female transfer student who has claimed “his seat,” leading both of them to dislike each other. That same day, he is presented with a golden opportunity to clear his family’s debt: a private tutoring gig for a wealthy family’s daughter, with a wage of five times the market price. He accepts the proposal, but is horrified to discover that the client, Itsuki Nakano, is the girl he confronted earlier!

After unsuccessfully trying to get back on Itsuki’s good side, Uesugi finds out that his problems don’t end there: Itsuki is actually a quintuplet, so in addition to her, he must also tutor her sisters—Miku, Yotsuba, Nino, and Ichika—who, despite the very real threat of flunking, want nothing to do with a tutor. However, his family’s livelihood is on the line so Uesugi pushes on, adamant in his resolve to rid the sisters of their detest for studying and successfully lead them to graduation.