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Crunchyroll To Simulcast “My Wife is the Student Council President+!” Anime

my-wife-is-the-student-council-president-2-visual-001-20160918Ui Wakana’s at the podium for an announcement, and here it is. She’s taking a trip to Crunchyroll!

Earlier today, Crunchyroll announced that they will stream My Wife is the Student Council President+! as part of their Fall 2016 simulcast lineup. The season will be offered both as censored and uncensored versions, with Uncensored episodes being exclusive to premium subscribers. Edited episodes wil hit the service a week after the uncensored episodes air.

The first season is currently available for premium subscribers in the same regions that have access to the original series.

Noriyoshi Sasaki (Ojisan and Marshmallow) is directing My Wife is the Student Council President+! at Seven, with first-season director Hiroyuki Furukawa serving as chief director. Hiroyuki Furukawa is providing character designs on the project, while Fūga Hatori (My Wife is the Student Council President, Ai Mai Mi) scores the soundtrack.

my-wife-is-the-student-council-president-2-visual-002-20160918The confirmed voice cast includes:

  • Ui Wakana: Ayana Taketatsu
  • Hayato Izumi: Kazuyuki Okitsu
  • Ayane Niikura: Aoi Fujimoto
  • Mato Sawatari: Juri Nagatsuma
  • Rin Misumi: Minami Tsuda
  • Kei Misumi: Ryoko Shiraishi
  • Honoka Saijō: Sora Tokui
  • Karen Fujisaki: Yoshie Sugiyama

Rekka Katakiri will perform the show’s opening theme song, Kira Kira☆Explorer. Ayana Taketatsu, Minami Tsuda, and Sora Tokui will perform separate versions of ending song Koi ni Matsuwaru Et Cetera.

The original My Wife is the Student Council President is a short-form comedy, which aired during the Summer 2015 broadcast season. Hiroyuki Furukawa filled the dual role of director and character designer at studio Seven.

Media Blasters currently holds the rights to the show’s first season, which they intend to release on Blu-Ray. The show will receive a dub, which will star Brittany Lauda as Ui Wakana.

Last month, a short promotional video was released to promote the series, which you can check out below:

Source: Crunchyroll

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