Crunchyroll continues to add anime series to its spring 2022 season of anime scheduling, with the streamer adding five shows.
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Among the biggest name shows include Aharen Is Indecipherable, a romantic comedy anime series that premiered on the streaming service just this past week. The four other series now added to the service include Healer Girl, Love Live! Nijigasaki High School Idol Club Season 2, Shadowverse Flame, and Yatogame-chan Observation Diary.
Aharen Is Indecipherable tells the story of Reina Aharen and Raidou Matsuboshi, a peculiar pair of friends whose friendship begins to blossom into something more. Healer Girl focuses on four girls who can use their songs to heal people. Love Live! Nijigasaki High School Idol Club follows various members of the school idol club in Nijigasaki, who work together to help keep their idols club afloat in the school.
Shadowverse Flame is the second anime series in the Shadowverse franchise, following the original Shadowverse anime that ran for 48 episodes from April 2020-March 2021. Finally, Yatogame-chan Observation Diary follows Jin Kaito, a student who moves to a new school and meets Yatogame Monaka, a girl with a cat-like appearance and coy attitude.
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The full list of anime coming to Crunchyroll for the spring 2022 season features both shows that are being simulcast to the streaming service, as well as some shows that will be exclusively shown on Crunchyroll for the time being as well.
Crunchyroll did say that the schedule is subject to change and that more content will also be announced and added throughout spring 2022, so fans should be ready for even more shows to hit the streaming service soon.