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Mairimashita! Iruma-kun 3rd Season Episode 17 ((NEW))



Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun is an anime series adapted from the manga series, written by Osamu Nishi.[1] The series is directed by Makoto Moriwaki at Bandai Namco Pictures, with Kazuyuki Fudeyasu handling series composition, and Akimitsu Honma composing the music. The 23-episode anime series aired from October 5, 2019, to March 7, 2020, on NHK Educational TV.[2][3] The opening theme is "Magical Babyrinth" performed by Da Pump, while the ending theme is "Debikyū" (デビきゅー) performed by Yu Serizawa.[4] Crunchyroll is streaming the series.[5] A second season was announced and aired from April 17 to September 11, 2021.[6] The opening theme for the second season is "No! No! Satisfaction!" by Da Pump, while the ending theme is "Kokoro Show Time" by Amatsuki.[7][8] A third season was announced and aired from October 8, 2022 to March 4, 2023.[9] The opening theme is "Girigiri Ride it Out" (ギリギリ Ride it out, On the Edge Ride it Out) performed by Fantastics from Exile Tribe, while the ending theme is "Nabe Bugyо̄" (鍋奉行, Hotpot Boss) performed by Wednesday Campanella.[10]




Mairimashita! Iruma-kun 3rd Season Episode 17



Season Two is the second season of the Mairimashita! Iruma-kun anime series. The show started airing from April 17, 2021 until September 11, 2021, which ran for 21 episodes.[2] The episodes air in Japan on NHK Educational TV. The season was announced by original creator Osamu Nishi on Twitter[3] after the airing of the first season's final episode.


The season consequently confirms the adaptation of Iruma's magically-induced wicked phase, though the depiction didn't occur until later episodes as it follows the manga's linear story arc. At length, the second season adapts the manga from Volume 6 up until halfway through Volume 11. Like the previous season, the anime production had expanded with significant amount of scenes from the manga and slightly features new original content.


Most of the core staff that had worked on the first season has been retained in the same respective roles, with a notable exception arising from Yumiko Hara being credited as a character designer instead of Keiko Yamamoto.[5] Yumiko Hara previously served as the chief animation director for all of the first season's even-numbered episodes[6], in addition to having done character design work on Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE! LOVE!.[7] Bandai Namco Pictures is credited as the studio in charge of producing the animation, while NHK and NHK Enterprises are credited as producers. The second season remained in the same time slot that Season One had previously occupied, airing every Saturday at 5:35pm in Japan on the NHK Educational TV (NHK-E) station.[8]


An anime television series adaptation was announced in 10th issue of Weekly Shōnen Champion alongside Beastars on February 7, 2019.[49] The 23-episode series is animated by Bandai Namco Pictures and directed by Makoto Moriwaki, with Kazuyuki Fudeyasu handling series composition, and Akimitsu Honma composing the music. NHK and NHK Enterprises are credited for production. The series aired from October 5, 2019, to March 7, 2020, on NHK Educational TV.[8][50] Da Pump performed the series' opening theme song "Magical Babyrinth," while Yū Serizawa performed the series' ending theme song "Debikyū" (デビきゅー).[51] Crunchyroll and Muse Communication are streaming the series in their selected regions.[52][53] A second season was announced and aired for 21 episodes from April 17, 2021, to September 11, 2021.[54][55][56] The staff returned to reprise their roles.[57] Da Pump performed the second season's opening theme song "No! No! Satisfaction!", while Amatsuki performed the second season's ending theme song "Kokoro Show Time" (ココロショータイム, Kokoro Shō Taimu).[58][59] 041b061a72


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