Are you ready for an April-filled romance? Netflix’s Kimi ni Todoke is coming your way! Kimi ni Todoke, one of the most popular romantic anime and manga franchises of all time, is receiving a live-action series, and Netflix has given fans the first peek at what to anticipate from this new version with the first trailer and poster for From Me to You: Kimi ni Todoke!
Karuho Shiina’s original manga series is one of the most successful franchises to have come out of Shueisha’s Bessatsu Margaret magazine, and it still reigns supreme even after the original run ended in 2017. It already spawned an anime and a live-action feature film, and now it’s getting its own Netflix series.
From Me to You: Kimi ni Todoke will premiere on Netflix on March 30th worldwide as a collaboration between TV Tokyo and Netflix. This new series will be many fans’ first introduction to the romance franchise, and many more will soon understand why it’s still regarded as one of the finest by fans. The first trailer for the live-action series is featured below (including the theme song, “Ai no Uta,” sung by Takaya Kawasaki):
If you’re curious as to what you need to anticipate for the live-action adaptation, here’s a sneak peek from Netflix:
First-year high school student Sawako Kuronuma finds it hard to fit in with her classmates and is mockingly nicknamed ‘Sadako’ because of her long black hair and pale skin. As she lives her lonely school life, she meets a boy who talks to her and doesn’t care about the rumors. His name is Shota Kazehaya, and he is the most popular student in his class, loved by everyone for his cheerful personality. By talking with Kazehaya, Sawako slowly begins to open up to her other classmates. As she lives the high school life she always dreamed of, her feelings toward Kazehaya begin to change…
The Premiere of the Live Action Adaptation of Kimi ni Todoke is almost here! What are you looking forward to the most? Share your thoughts with us!
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