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Crunchyroll Announces ‘Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid S’ to Stream this Fall

The wacky Dragon Maid is back again!

Crunchyroll announced today that Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid S would be heading to the platform as part of the fall anime season. The first season of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid streamed on Crunchyroll in early 2017 and followed as Miss Kobayashi’s life was forever changed once she saved the life of Tohru, a female dragon in distress, who decided to become her roommate! Miss Kobayashi, a Kyoto Animation title, will stream on Crunchyroll worldwide outside of Asia. 

About “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid S”

A strange turn of events leads the Dragon, Tohru, to work as Miss Kobayashi’s maid. She occasionally (that’s a lie, she often) causes trouble for her beloved Miss Kobayashi while blending into human society and splendidly (that’s a lie, only mediocrely) carrying out her maid duties. Her fellow dragons, Kanna, Lucoa, Fafnir, and Elma all find their own places to fit in as well and enjoy interspecies interactions with the humans.

Yet while they’re all enjoying that laid-back and occasionally turbulent left, the threat of a new Dragon swoops down upon Miss Kobayashi.

Image and video courtesy of Crunchyroll

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