The manga author: "Is it really OK? Because there is little stock of episodes..."
So thankfully, the "final chapter" was not really the end of it after all. It was officially announced at AnimeJapan 2019 on Sunday that a new anime series based on Shuichi Asou's The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. comedy manga is scheduled to be streamed on Netflix worldwide in near future. Its streaming schedule will be announced at a later date.
The first season of the GG FIRM×J.C.STAFF-animated TV anime adaptation of the manga was aired for 24 episodes from July to December 2016, and its second season followed with another 24 episodes from January to June 2018. Then its "final chapter" based on the manga's last episode about the main characters' trip to Oshimai-city (oshimai literally means "the end" in Japanese), was aired on TV Tokyo and its affiliates on December 28, 2018.
Hiroshi Kamiya (Kusuo Saiki) and Ai Kayano (Kokomi Teruhashi) in the backstage of AnimeJapan 2019's
special stage for the anime on Sunday.
The manga author also celebrates the news on Twitter, while expressing his concern, "Is it really OK? Because
there is little stock of episodes for the new anime..."
沢山のお祝いリプありがとうございました！何度となくオワコンと囁かれながらも不死鳥の如く蘇りました( ´ ▽ ` )— 麻生周一 (@shu1aso) 2019年3月24日
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