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Friendship is Forever in The Little Lies We All Tell TV Anime Non-Credit ED

Tsubasa is slightly bemused by the shenanigans in the classroom in a scene from the upcoming The Little Lies We All Tell TV anime.


A credit-free version of the ending animation sequence has been published for The Little Lies We All Tell (known in Japan as 4-nin wa Sorezore Uso wo Tsuku), an upcoming TV anime based on the school comedy manga by Madoka Kashihara about a group of four girls that are best friends despite each one concealing a ridiculous secret.


The video (below) features the ending theme of the series, entitled “For 4 Forever”, which is performed in-character by Rikka (CV: Chiemi Tanaka), Chiyo (CV: Natsumi Murakami), Sekine (CV: Ayane Sakura), and Tsubasa (CV: Megumi Han).



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The Little Lies We All Tell TV anime is directed by Makoto Hoshino and features animation production by studio flad with assistance by Studio Pierrot. The series will broadcast in Japan on the Asahi Broadcasting Corporation network and other stations beginning on October 15, 2022, and it will also stream on Crunchyroll as part of the fall 2022 anime simulcast lineup. Crunchyroll describes the series as follows:


Rikka, Chiyo, Sekine, and Tsubasa are a group of friends who attend the same all-girls school. They seem like ordinary eighth-graders, but each of them has a secret they can’t tell anyone… An alien, a runaway ninja, a superpower user, and a boy in disguise?! Their classroom, and Earth itself, are about to be destroyed because of a little blunder?! All four of these girls have a secret that makes them more than what they seem, but it’s the lies they tell that allow them to stay together… Lying is the beginning of friendship?! That’s the idea behind this chaotic school comedy like nothing you’ve experienced before!


Source: Comic Natalie


Copyright notice: © Madoka Kashihara / Kodansha / The Little Lies Well All Tell Production Committee


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