Teekyū Season 9's Visual, Song Artists, July Premiere Revealed
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The official website for the television anime of Piyo and Roots' Teekyū manga revealed the ninth anime season's visual, theme song artists, and July premiere on Tuesday. The site also confirms the return of cast members Yui Ogura as Tomarin, Kaori Ishihara as Udonko Kondō, Ryota Ohsaka as Yōta Oshimoto, and Eri Kitamura as Anenkofu Kondō.
The anime will premiere on Tokyo MX and Sun TV in July.
Yui Watanabe will perform the opening theme song as her character Yuri Oshimoto, while Earth Star Dream will perform the ending theme song "Kaiun! Shōfuku! Entenka" (The Song of Fortune, Good Luck, and the Scorching Heat).
The returning main cast includes:
- Yui Watanabe as Yuri Oshimoto
- Suzuko Mimori as Kanae Shinjō
- Kyōko Narumi as Nasuno Takamiya
- Kana Hanazawa as Marimo Bandō
Shin Itagaki is once again directing, writing, storyboarding, and designing the characters for the upcoming season at Millepensee.
The original manga and the anime both follow the everyday lives of four girls in a high school tennis club — although they hardly play any tennis.
Piyo and Roots launched the original Teekyū manga in Comic Earth Star in early 2012, and the first anime season was announced just months later on the manga's first book volume. Earth Star Entertainment claims that this is the fastest television anime adaptation ever. A second and third season followed. Crunchyroll streamed the previous eight seasons of the show, as well as the Takamiya Nasuno Desu! and Usakame spinoffs, as they aired in Japan.
The show's eighth season premiered in October, after the seventh season premiered in January 2015, and the sixth season premiered in October 2015. The spinoff series Takamiya Nasuno Desu! (I am Nasuno Takamiya) also premiered in April 2015. Piyo and Roots' spinoff manga Usakame also received a television anime, which premiered in April 2016. Starting from the fourth season of Teekyū, production switched from MAPPA to Millepensee, and the studio also produced the Takamiya Nasuno Desu! and Usakame spinoffs.
Source: Comic Natalie