“My Teen Romantic Comedy” has concluded its Climax Season 3, too soon as it would seem. As they say, time flies when you’re watching something really good. The ROM-COM anime’s third season was well-received, and the ending was very satisfying. Though, fans wonder if there is an off-chance of a Season 4 happening.
Written and illustrated by creator Wataru Watari, the show touched many hearts world-wide and fans want more. Yet again Wataru Sensei outdid himself. A lot of praises for the anime’s climax are floating around on platforms like Twitter, YouTube, etc. But alas, the light novel adapted anime has really come to its end.
My Teen Romantic Comedy Season 4: Is there more?
Seven years. It took 7 years for this anime to come to an end. Premiering for the very first time in April 2013, the anime’s success leads to a renewal of the second season in April 2015. After a long wait of 5 years, fans got their wishes fulfilled and season 3 of the series released July 2020. Now, this September the season 3 came to its end, and well, here we are.
We are sorry to inform you that season 3 of the anime series was the last installment, as the previous announcement implied. Season 3 is the last season of the series. In other words, no, do not get your hopes up for a surprise season 4 happening.
But if you want more of the story, I recommend reading the light novel ‘Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru’. As there are 3 extra chapters in the final volume that you can enjoy.
Quotes From Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru: Light Novel
“I hate nice girls.
Just exchanging greetings with them will get them on your mind.
Start texting each other, and your heart will be set a flutter.
If they call you, you’re done for.
Enjoy staring at your logs and grinning like a fool.
However, I won’t get fooled again. That’s what your kind calls kindness.
If you’re nice to me, you’re nice to others.
I always end up nearly forgetting that. Reality is cruel,
So I’m sure lies are a form of kindness.
Thus, I say kindness itself is also a lie.
I always ended up with these expectations.
And I always ended up with these misunderstandings.
And before I knew it, I stopped hoping.
A highly trained loner is once bitten, twice shy.
As a veteran on this battlefield of life, I’ve gotten used to losing.
That’s why I always hate nice girls. — Hachiman Hikigaya”
“A friendship where you’re always trying to be considerate of the other person, always worrying about what they think, always responding to every single text, always seeking their approval and then finally connecting with them, isn’t friendship at all.”
— Yukino SZN™❄ 🔸 #GlazersOut #WoodwardOut (@YukinoSzn) September 24, 2020
The timing of the very first opening, playing right then, had quite an effect — tear-jerker for most.
“To cherish someone means to have the resolve to hurt then”