Osamake: Romcom Where the Childhood Friend Won’t Lose made its anime premiere in April 2021. It was originally a light novel series illustrated by Ui Shigure and written by Shuichi Nimaru.
It follows Sueharu Maru, a seventeen-year-old boy with no experience in relationships. One day, his childhood friend Kuroha confessed to him but instead of returning the feelings, he rejected her because he has his eyes on Shirokusa Kachi, his first love. Shirokusa is an award-winning author who is indifferent to all the boys in their school. Well, except for Sueharu, giving him an idea that he has a chance with her.
Japanese fans can watch the series on AT-X and other local channels but what about international fans? Where can they watch the series for free?
Great news for those who like watching anime on Crunchyroll. The streaming site simulcasts the show every Wednesday at 9:00pm PST. Those who are new to Crunchyroll can enjoy the 30-day free trial of the site to watch the show for free. After that, fans need to subscribe and pay $9.99 per month. The membership includes ad-free shows, simulcasts from Japan, and access to the site’s manga and anime library.
As of the moment, Netflix is not streaming Osamake. We still don’t know if there won’t be a chance for the streaming site to get the show’s license, or Netflix fans will have to wait for a couple of months before the site offers the show. Fans will have to wait for further announcements.
Like Netflix, Hulu is not offering Osamake as of this writing. Fans can check out other anime found on the streaming site like Attack on Titan, My Hero Academia, and Black Clover. The site also offers a free trial for those who are interested to watch these shows for free.
Although Funimation started streaming a lot of new shows recently, Osamake is not one of those. Fans will have to watch the shows on other sites or they can wait until Funimation streams the show, if they will that is.
How many episodes will Osamake have? Find out in this article.