Some quick news for fans of mixed-up romantic comedies: A Couple of Cuckoos (known as Kakkou no Iinazuke in Japan), an upcoming TV anime based on the manga by Miki Yoshikawa, will broadcast for two consecutive cours beginning on April 23rd, and also a credit-free version of the opening animation for the series has been published to Youtube.
The video (below) features the official opening theme for the series, entitled “Dekoboko” (“Topsy-Turvy”), which is performed by Kiyoe Yoshioka.
Crunchyroll describes the story of A Couple of Cuckoos as follows:
Mixed up with another family’s child as a baby, high school student Umino Nagi is finally meeting his biological parents. On the day of their meeting, he happens to encounter Amano Erika, a high school student at a prestigious and wealthy girls school. At her request, he’s half-forced into pretending to be her boyfriend so she can avoid marrying her fiance….However, not only were they the babies who had been mixed up, they’re also engaged to each other! The loving parents of both families officially recognize their engagement, and the couple begins living together. Nagi is in love with his classmate Segawa Hiro, and Erika is determined to rebel against her father, so the couple agree not to get involved with each other. The mixed-up and chaotic romantic comedy starts now!
A Couple of Cuckoos is directed by Hiroaki Akagi and Yoshiyuki Shirahata and features animation production by Shin-Ei Animation and SynergySP. The series will broadcast in Japan as part of TV Asahi’s “NUMAnimation” programming block beginning on April 23, 2022, and it will also stream on Crunchyroll as part of the spring 2022 anime simulcast lineup.
Source: Comic Natalie
Copyright notice: © Miki Yoshikawa,KODANSHA/”A Couple of Cuckoos” Production Committee
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