Masahiko Ohta (Yuruyuri, Himouto! Umaru-chan) serves as director at Doga Kobo
One day before the release of its third tankobon volume, it is officially announced today on April 11 that a TV anime adaptation of Kanko Nakamura's Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! (The maid at my house is too annoying!) is now in the works for an October 2018 premiere in Japan. The anime's official website and Twitter also opened with a teaser visual.
The loli-comedy series has been serialized in Futabasha's Monthly Action since its October 2016 issue.
The story centers on Misha Takanashi, a second grade elementary school girl whose father is Japanese
and mother was Russian. After she lost her mother at an early age, she has lived alone with her father.
One day, a new maid named Tsubame Kamoi comes to their house to serve as their maid. She was a
former master sergeant of Japan Air Self-Defense Force, and her biggest problem is that she is a lolicon
who is deeply attracted to Misha.
Masahiko Ohta, best known for his directorial works for the Yuruyuri and Himouto! Umaru-chan anime
series, serves as director, alongside series composition writer Takashi Aoshima (Mitsudomoe, Aho-Girl)
and character designer Jun Yamazaki (Three Leaves, Three Colors). Doga Kobo works on anime production.
Manga author also reported the news on Twitter
Manga 1st and 2nd volume covers
(C) Kanko Nakamura/Futabasha, Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! Production Committee