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Little Witch Academia (リトルウィッチアカデミア Ritoru Witchi Akademia?) is an adaptation to television anime series of the original eponymous film and its sequel, The Enchanted Parade. It began broadcasting on January 8, 2017 in Japan by TV and January 9, 2017 in the Netflix streaming site. Two seasons have been confirmed with a total of 25 episodes.

ProductionEdit

Masahiko Otsuka, the writer on the TV series and previous films, stated as an update to the The Enchanted Parade's Kickstarter that if the sequel performs well, they may potentially look into producing a television series or full-length film.[4]

Later, it was shown the official announcement of the series on June 24, 2016 following the final episode of Space Patrol Luluco.[5]

The series began airing in Japan from January 9, 2017 by the Netflix streaming site.[6][7][8] All the episodes will also be released through nine volumes in BD and DVD format, from April 19, 2017.[9]

In an event where the first three episodes of the series was them premiered, it was confirmed that the series would feature two seasons and an international premiere on Netflix coming soon.[2]

On March 25, 2017, the official website of the series announced that the second season would be released in April 2017, with the introduction of a new antagonist character, Croix.[10]

PlotEdit

Little Witch Academia takes place at Luna Nova Magical Academy, a prestigious school for young girls training to become witches. Having been inspired by a witch named Shiny Chariot, a girl named Akko Kagari enrolls at Luna Nova Magical Academy to become a witch, but struggles due to her non-magical background. This all changes when she discovers the Shiny Rod, a powerful magic relic left behind by Chariot. The television series follow Akko and her friends, Lotte and Sucy, as they experience many magical adventures together, and recounts everything seen in the previous films.

EpisodesEdit

Main article: List of TV Series episodes.

Original soundtrackEdit

Main article: Music.

For the first season, the opening theme is "Shiny Ray" by YURiKA while the ending theme is "Hoshi o Tadoreba" (星を辿れば If You Follow the Stars?) by Yuiko Ōhara.[11] Both songs were released in CD format on February 22, 2017 in Japan, with a cost of 1,728 yen.[12][13]

For the second season, the opening theme is "Mind Conductor" by YURiKA while the ending theme is "Tōmei na Tsubasa" (透明な翼 Invisible Wings?) by Ōhara.[14] Both songs will be released in CD format on May 24, 2017 in Japan, with a cost of 1,836 yen.[15][16]

Home Video ReleasesEdit

Main article: List of DVD/Blu-Ray releases.

GalleryEdit

For more images related to Little Witch Academia (TV), see the image category Category:TV Series images


Official artEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. LITTLE WITCH ACADEMIA, POUDLARD BOOSTÉ À L’ÉNERGIE SPIRALE
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Little Witch Academia" TV Anime Reportedly Planned For Two Split Cours
  3. »Little Witch Academia« erscheint auf Deutsch
  4. Little Witch Academia 2, Message from Otsuka Masahiko
  5. Trigger's Little Witch Academia Gets TV Anime Series
  6. Netflix to Stream Little Witch Academia TV Anime Series
  7. "Little Witch Academia" TV Anime Spotted For January 2017
  8. Little Witch Academia TV Anime Reveals More Cast, Staff, Visual
  9. BD/DVD
  10. クロワ役竹内順子さんからコメントが到着!!
  11. Little Witch Academia TV Anime's Promo Video Reveals Song Artists, January 8 Premiere
  12. Shiny Ray(アニメ盤) TVアニメ『リトルウィッチアカデミア』 オープニングテーマ
  13. 星を辿れば(アニメ盤) TVアニメ『リトルウィッチアカデミア』エンディングテーマ
  14. Little Witch Academia Anime's Video Previews 2nd Half, New Theme Songs
  15. MIND CONDUCTOR(アーティスト盤) TVアニメ『リトルウィッチアカデミア』 第2クールオープニングテーマ
  16. 透明な翼(アーティスト盤) TVアニメ『リトルウィッチアカデミア』 第2クールエンディングテーマ

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