The Japanese manga series “Actually I am” premiered on TV Tokyo on July 6, 2015. It was broadcast on TVO, TVQ, TSC, and other Japanese television networks.
The series was a huge success not only in Japan but also internationally. Its studio, “TMS Entertainment,” breathed new life into Kenichi Yamashita’s script, and the series is now available in the United States through Crunchyroll.
Asahi Kuromine is the series’ protagonist. Like everyone else, he attends high school, but what sets him apart is his “ability” always to tell the truth, as he is incapable of keeping secrets.
His troubles begin when he falls in love with Yko, a girl in his class. She reveals to him her secret of being a vampire and the necessity of keeping it secret. Otherwise, her father will deny her admission to the institution.
Along the process, Asahi discovers that Yko is not the only one harboring a secret. His school is teeming with students who possess supernatural skills of comparable abilities.
As a result, he is faced with a significant challenge in maintaining all of these secrets without compromising his closest allies.
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Release Date for Jitsu Wa Watashi Wa Season 2
The series’ premiere date is currently uncertain. The series premiered on July 6, 2015, and concluded on September 28, 2015. It consisted of thirteen episodes in all. However, a word concerning the upcoming season is still awaited, and many fans are eager for a sequel.