ABEMA, which has been airing all episodes of “School Days” every year around this time since 2016 under the title of “Xmas Love Anime Special”, announced that they will be airing all episodes of “School Days” on December 24 this year as well. This year, “Bokura no” will also be broadcast on Nico Nico Live on the same day, and many people are Twitting, “I didn’t know Christmas could be such a depressing event.”
It’s already becoming a winter tradition for anime fans. ABEMA’s “Xmas Love Anime Special” is a series of love stories that depict “affairs” and “love triangles”. It is a special program that is highly talked about every year.
This is the fourth time I have written an article about this project.
In the past, “WHITE ALBUM2” and “SHUFFLE!” were also aired together in this project, but this year, just like last year, “School Days” was the only one to be aired.
“School Days” has never been left out of the lineup, and this is the fifth year in a row since the project started in 2016.
In the early days of this project, there were some comments on Twitter such as, “Abema is a devil for throwing School Days into the Christmas romance anime special”, “What do they think Christmas is? But recently there have been many comments such as “It’s always been there”, “It’s become an annual event on Christmas Eve”, and “I’ll be sadly watching School Days on Abema alone on Christmas Eve this year”.
This year, “Bokura no” will also be broadcasted on Nico Nico Live on December 24 and 25, with the following comments: “Nico Nico Live “Bokura no” All 24 episodes vs ABEMA School Days All episodes [Xmas Love Anime SP]”, “Nico is Bokura and Abema is same as always? I don’t know why I have to watch all of Bokura’s episodes from Dec. 24, but it’s School Days, right? It’s a good thing that I’m not the only one who has a problem with this.
In addition, “School Days” heroine Kotoba’s VTuber debut has been announced for this Christmas Eve, so it’s going to be an even more “exciting” Holy Night.
The “Xmas Love Anime Special ‘School Days'” will be aired on December 24 at 6:50 pm on ABEMA.
Also this time, a Twitter campaign “Let’s make #SchoolDays number one in the Twitter world trend on the holy night! will be held. This year, too, we will challenge the world to make up for last year’s second place result.
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