The popular anime series 5-toubun no Hanayome (The Quintessential Quintuplets) is back with a new project that has fans eagerly anticipating its release. The official website of the anime series recently announced that the previously announced project is a television special that will be released in theaters starting July 14 for a three-week run before airing later in the summer.
The website also revealed the main staff, key visual, and theme songs for the upcoming special. The main staff includes director Kaori (Yuyushiki, Endro~!), scriptwriter Keiichiro Ochi (Hinamatsuri, My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU), character designer Michinosuke Nakamura (Hibike! Euphonium, Fate/Grand Order Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia), and music composer Natsumi Tabuchi (How Heavy Are the Dumbbells You Lift?, Assassination Classroom).
The key visual, which can be seen on the website, features the five quintuplets with a summer festival in the background. It gives off a playful and vibrant vibe, hinting at the fun and exciting moments that fans can expect from the upcoming special.
The theme songs were also revealed on the website. The opening theme song is “Gotōbun no Katachi” by the five voice actresses of the quintuplets, while the ending theme song is “Hatsukoi” by the same voice actresses. Fans of the series can look forward to hearing the quintuplets’ voices as they sing these new songs.
The announcement of this television special has brought a lot of excitement to fans of The Quintessential Quintuplets. The series has gained a loyal following since its premiere in 2019, thanks to its engaging storyline and lovable characters. The special promises to offer more of what fans love about the series, with the added bonus of being shown in theaters.
In conclusion, fans of The Quintessential Quintuplets have a lot to look forward to with the upcoming television special. The main staff, key visual, and theme songs have been revealed, promising a fun and exciting experience for fans. The special will first screen in theaters starting July 14 for a three-week run before airing later in the summer, giving fans the chance to see it on the big screen before it airs on TV.
Source: My Anime List