My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU is based on a light novel series of the same name. The 14th volume will be issued on April 18, 2019. Two previous seasons covered eleven novels in the series. Therefore, the upcoming volume must contain enough chapters for another television adaptation. Otherwise, we will have to wait for OreGairu Season 3 so long, because of a lack of source material. This detail is vital since it depends on it when we might see My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Season 3.
My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Season 3 Release Date
As mentioned above, despite the fact of renewal, there is not enough source material for another television round. As a result, we should wait for OreGairu Vol. 15 at least. On the other hand, given the fact that both previous volumes have been issued with a hiatus of one month, it wouldn't take a lot of time.
OreGairu Season 3 release date is yet to be announced, but we might make a forecast. My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Season 1 premiered on April 5, 2013. A sophomore season kicked off in April 2015. Yet since Season 3 didn't start neither in April 2017 nor in April 2018, it would be fair to assume that the premiere is scheduled on April 2019. We frankly doubt in such a positive case scenario, however we don't rule it out completely.
It's worth noting that two previous seasons of My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU were a success. OreGairu Season 1 holds a score of 8.10 > 348,000 votes on MAL. At the same time, the 2nd installment showcased even more impressive results, 8.28/10 > 257,500 votes. Most likely, the upcoming season might surpass its predecessors since it was highly anticipated by the fans.
The OreGairu franchise owes its success to the solid BD/DVD/LN sales. According to the statistics as of October 2017, OreGairu s2 v7, the final volume, adds 642 BDs, total 9,705. Series average: 11,006. Of course, we don't know for sure, whether or not the series creators managed to cover the expenses. Nonetheless, these figures look pretty much satisfied.
OreGairu debuted in April 2013 on TBS. Soon afterward, MBS, CBC, BS-TBS, and other Japanese broadcasters began airing the series. The Brain's Base studio served as a developer of the first television adaptation, while the studio "feel." adapted the second season of the anime series. Anime Network acted as a licensor of the anime in North America. The second installment titled Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru. Zoku came to an end on June 26, 2015.
The story focuses on Hachiman Hikigaya, a 17-year-old cynic, and pessimist. He is confident that all these terms such as youth, friendship, love, etc. are nothing but a fiction. Meanwhile, all the people who believe in such things only share the common myth, and can't thereby recognize the obvious. Shizuka Hiratsuka is Hachiman's teacher, who wasn't able to reassure him.
As a result, in despair, she convinced Hachiman to join the school's Service Club. The only member of this club is the school's queen Yukino Yukinoshita. Over time, Hachiman faces numerous issues. With the assistance of Yukino, he gradually realizes how to help people to achieve their goals. Perhaps, Hachiman was wrong in his stereotypes about the world around him?