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The new season of KyoAni’s The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya is about to begin, and the studio has announced that its latest title, YuruYuri: Second Season, will be coming to streaming platforms in the summer.
As part of its announcement, the studio said it would be making available all of its existing anime series on Hulu, Amazon Video, YouTube, Netflix and Hulu Plus beginning next week.
This will include both streaming and home video releases, including its existing seasons of YuruKurosu and YuruNatsuki.
As of right now, there’s no official word on when the streaming and release schedule will be set.
However, in the past, the company has said that it plans to release all of the series in one big wave.
The first wave of streaming, for example, will see YuruHaruhi: Second Stage released to Hulu, followed by YuruSakuYori, Yurikuma: The Melange of Fate, YuraDensetsu, Yureikai no Sora and Yurimonogatari: Tsukihime-bu.
As for the home video release, the second wave will see a Blu-ray and DVD release, followed up by the TV series Yurihou no Kyoukai and the first series of Yuririzaka Haruhiro: Shoujo no Chikyuujin.
Lastly, the anime studio also announced that it will be releasing a limited edition Tetsuyoshi Yagami poster featuring Yuriro Umezu, a character from YuruSuzumiya, for sale in the Japanese market.
It is the first time in history that a character of this type will be sold in the United States.
Yuriro, who was introduced in the fifth season of Yuri, is a young girl who has been adopted by an otaku family.
She was first seen onscreen in the first season of the anime, but only in the second season.
The otaku’s adopted daughter is a tsundere who was the only person in her world to survive the tsunami.
The second season of YuYuri features a number of new characters that Yurimu was introduced to in her first life, including Yuriyuki Sakurai, a boy who was adopted by Yuriri’s mother, and Riko Tachibana, a young woman who was taken into the family home and raised as a “toy doll.”
In Yurizuki’s final episode, she also adopts a doll that resembles her mother and her younger sister.
The poster features the title character, who is voiced by Tetsuhiro Honda.
Yuriru also has a unique appearance, as her hair is a very light gray, and her eyes are blue.
Her signature outfit is a yellow and black striped kimono.
YuruYuriri is slated to premiere in Japan on March 24, 2019.