As these ridiculous worldwide economy-destroying lockdowns continue because of COVID-19, a virus that is not lethal to more than 1% of the population (don’t believe me? Listen to an actual infectious disease specialist about the eventual outcome of the virus and how insane these lockdowns are, and not the mass panic and hysteria the news media and world governments are forcing down your throats), it was announced today that My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Season 3 has been delayed.
A delay that is due to the coronavirus outbreak in Japan and elsewhere the anime studio Feel says.
My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Season 3 was supposed to begin airing on TBS on April 9th. It would also have streamed on Amazon Prime at the same time, and on HDIVE on April 10th.
Instead, TBS will be re-broadcasting the anime’s second season to fans. Fans who have probably seen that season three times already.
The delay of My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Season 3 is one of a huge slew of anime series expected to release in coming weeks that will now not be.
A situation that will prevent many of them being shown until the summer or fall, depending on when there are slots available for them to air.
It will also delay other anime series that were expected to release in the summer and beyond, because that is what a snowball effect does.
There is good news out of all of this though as, even in the worst situations, there always is.
That good news, at least for me and others who still have hundreds of anime series on our lists to watch, is we can now catch up with these older series while not feeling we are just falling further and further behind as more and more are released.
There is no word yet on when My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Season 3 will air. Check back on Leo Sigh for information as we found out.
Meanwhile, you can rewatch seasons 1 and 2 on Crunchyroll.
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