Live V is coming, season 5 has been announced after today’s episode

Live meeting the anime series gets season 5, as it was announced immediately after the broadcast of Live meeting IV final earlier today. The fifth season continues the tradition of using Roman numerals in the title as it is titled Live meeting V. The official Twitter account for the series tweets stating that they will disclose more information at 25:30 (1:30 JST) regarding the announcement made after the final.

Live V (Season 5) message

June Nakagawa directed the series while the GEEKTOYS studio animated it. The first season of the show was animated by AIC + studio in 2013. Season 2 was broadcast in 2014 by Production IMS studio, and the third season was animated by JC Staff in 2019. Keitaro Motonaga directed everything. You can watch the whole series on Crunchyroll.

Ane is based on Cauchy Tachibana Live meeting light short story series. Fujimi Shobo started publishing it in 2012 and finished it in 2020 with a total of 22 volumes. Yen Press licenses the original Live meeting a series of light novels in English and describes the plot as:

April 10. First day of school. Shido Itsuka is rudely awakened by his personal alarm clock – his little sister. It takes the form of another typical day, no matter how typical of a planet hit by massive earthquakes. However, Shido does not know that his life is about to take a sudden turn when he encounters the source of this destructive phenomenon – a girl his age, apparently known as Spirit. It turns out that there are only two ways he can stop her from letting hell into the world: eliminate her by force or calm her down … by taking her out on a date and making her fall in love with him!

Ian Press

Source: Official Twitter
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