My Senpai is Annoying Episode 4: Release Date and Watch Online

My Senpai is Annoying Episode 4 is going to release on October 30, 2021. Fans are eagerly waiting for new episodes to hit streaming platforms.

My Senpai is Annoying is a romantic comedy anime series that originated in Japan. Shiro Manta is the writer and illustrator of popular manga. The anime adaptation is directed by Ryota Itoh. The manga series has been on run since 2017 and till now there are a total of 8 volumes that have been released. The first episode aired recently and because of the immense love received on manga, fans are adoring the anime adaptation.


Everything you need to know

The show’s main protagonist is Futaba Igarashi who is a successful woman but as her height is short, she always feels insecure. She is healthy and short and people often confuse her with a child. Everyone doesn’t stop mocking or making fun of her. She gets irritated easily and when a low-rank officer, Harumi Takeda, attempts to mock her, she feels bad and insecure about her height and weight.

Although Futaba hates when Takeda mocks her, she has also started to have feelings for him on the other hand. She is not ready to accept these feelings yet but her group of friends leaves no attempt in making her realize that she has fallen for the most irritable man in the office. We can see chemistry building between two characters and it is always fun to watch enemies into lovers’ storyline.

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My Senpai is Annoying Episode 4

My Senpai is Annoying Episode 4 Release Date

It is going to release on October 30, 2021. We all want to see how Futaba handles all the annoying traits of Harumi Takeda. Well, the countdown begins and the wait is about to get over as there are just 7 days left for the upcoming episode to hit the streaming platforms.

Where to watch?

You can watch it on Tokyo MX, Animax, HTB, BS11, and GYT. If you are not in Japan and want to watch it for free then you can stream it on Funimation.

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