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About this title

Storyline

About an antisocial high school student named Hikigaya Hachiman with a distorted view on life and no friends or girlfriend. His life change when he was forced to enter the "Volunteer Service Club" by his teacher.

Country: Japan

Type: scripted

Release Date: April 5, 2013

Also Known As: My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong, As I Expected, OreGairu |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG), Canada (14A, G) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

high school
friendship
romance
slice of life

Company Credits

Production Co: Brains Base, Feel |  See more »

Cast

Satoshi Hino
as Tamanawa
Melissa Molano
as Yukino Yukinoshita
Christina Marie Kelly
as Yumiko Miura/Yumiko Mura/Yumiko Muira
Saori Hayami
as Yukino Yukinoshita
Takashi Kondô
as Hayato Hayama
Mai Le
as Additional Voices/Yukko
Takehiro Hasu
as Food Stall Owner/Teacher
Azumi Asakura
as Meguri Shiromeguri/Keika Kawasaki
Nobuyuki Hiyama
as Yoshiteru Zaimokuza
Kikuko Inoue
as Yukino's Mother
Shelley Calene-Black
as Yukino's Mother/Yukino's Mom
Joe Daniels
as Sagami
Takuya Eguchi
as Hachiman Hikigaya
Kira Vincent-Davis
as Kaori Orimoto
Scott Gibbs
as Hayato Hayama
Yoshihisa Kawahara
as Yamato/Atsugi
Ayane Sakura
as Iroha Isshiki
Heidi Hinkle
as Shizuka Hiratsuka
Teresa Zimmermann
as Saki Kawasaki/Saki
Iman Kibble
as Additional Voices
Joel McCray
as Additional Voices
Saori Oonishi
as Female Student/Volunteer Coordinator
Ayumu Murase
as Taichi Kawasaki
Hilary Haag
as Komachi Hikigaya
Avery Smithhart
as Hitomi
Andrew Love
as Yoshiteru Zaimoukuza/Yoshiteru Zaimokuza
Kyle Jones
as Additional Voices/Sable
Savanna Menzel
as Rumi Tsurumi
Maggie Flecknoe
as Moroi
Adam Gibbs
as Hachiman Hikigaya
Makoto Furukawa
as Kaihin High School Student/Male Student/Red Team Boy/Room Leader
Courtland Johnson
as Hatano
Takumi Watanabe
as Kaihin High School Student
Nozomi Sasaki
as Hina Ebina
Marina Inoue
as Yumiko Miura
Ami Koshimizu
as Saki Kawasaki
Sam Butler
as Additional Voices
Orlanders Jones
as Yamato
Margaret McDonald
as Saika Totsuka/Additional Voices/Saiki
Genki Muro
as Committee Member
Shane Fenimore
as Additional Voices
Morgan Berry
as Taishi/Taishi Kawasaki
Minoru Shiraishi
as Ooka
Luci Christian
as Iroha Isshiki
Gaku Kudô
as Sobu High School Student Council Vice-President/Waiter
Minako Kotobuki
as Minami Sagami
Sumire Morohoshi
as Rumi Tsurumi
Megu Sakuragawa
as Female Student/Kamakura/Sobu High School Student Council Secretary/Yokko/Yukko/Publicist/Ride Attendant/Shop Clerk
Haruka Tomatsu
as Kaori Orimoto
Carlos Monroy
as Additional Voices
Jad Saxton
as Meguri Shiromeguri/Meguri
Skyler Sinclair
as Female Clerk
Jessica Portillo
as Additional Voices
Christie Guidry
as Additional Voices/Chika Nakamachi/Haruka
Haruka Shiraishi
as Mori-chan
Ricardo Contreras
as Additional Voices
Taylor Fono
as Yokko/Keika Kawasaki
Ned Gayle
as Additional Voices
Nao Tôyama
as Yui Yuigahama
Mike Haimoto
as Tamanawa
Olivia Swasey
as Haruno Yukinoshita
Aoi Yûki
as Komachi Hikigaya
John Swasey
as Additional Voices/Kamakura/Newscaster
Son Phan Le
as Additional Voices
Caitlynn French
as Minami Sagami
Crystal Ruiz
as Additional Voices
Miki Inoue
as Female Student/Haruka/Elementary School Student/Grade Schooler
Natalie Jones
as Additional Voices
Sayaka Ôhara
as Yui's Mother
Chad Horii
as Tobe/Kakeru Tobe
Saki Fujita
as Chika Nakamachi
Mai Nakahara
as Haruno Yukinoshita
Gareth West
as Kakeru Tobe
Katelyn Barr
as Additional Voices
Erii Yamazaki
as Hitomi
Allison L. Sumrall
as Yuka
Mariana Valverde
as Additional Voices
Ryôka Yuzuki
as Shizuka Hiratsuka
Sôma Saitô
as Publicist/White Team Boy
Alexandra Bedford
as Additional Voices
Ibuki Kido
as Yuka
Cat Thomas
as Yui Yuigahama
Daniel Regojo
as Ooka
Natalie Rial
as Hina Ebina
Shannon Reed
as Additional Voices
Patrick Marrero
as Additional Voices
Monica Rial
as Yui's Mom/Yui's Mother
Mikako Komatsu
as Saika Totsuka

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2013 | 13 Episodes

Season 2

2015 | 13 Episodes

Season 3

2020 | 12 Episodes

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