So are you planning on watching the fifth season of Teekyuu? Do want more of the same content from the first four seasons? Well you're in luck!
Teekyuu is back, with another 12 episodes, equaling a total length of about 24 minutes (your basic length for an anime episode). But what has changed? Well not that much, but who CARES!? We have been blessed with 12 new, exciting episodes. Yes you'll probably miss a majority of the subtitles and words, and realise that each episode manages to become more and more random.
- Still no story
- Still the same characters (who are probably on
- Still completely unrelated to Tennis (the description of the anime is about girls in the Tennis Club)
- New Opening (actually pretty cool)
But all that together makes Teekyuu an awesome (completely random) anime!
I'm copy pasting this review from my review of the fourth season because in all honesty, nothing has changed.
If you enjoyed any of Teekyuu at this point, go ahead and watch this. It's pretty consistent throughout the seasons. If you didn't like Teekyuu, then I suggest that you don't watch this. It's probably not anything you want to see. It's pretty simple. Even though that's all pretty self-explanatory, let me put some stuff out there for people who marginally enjoyed the first few seasons and aren't sure whether to continue.
The story, art, sound, and characters are all pretty true to what
they have been in earlier seasons. There's nothing more to say about that. Not much has changed, except that the art seems to continuously get better, including the animation. The sound is a little clearer, and now there are sometimes arc episodes. There are some running gags instead of just regular randomness. I suggest you watch most of it one sitting if you want to catch some of the reoccurring jokes. That's pretty much all there is to it. :)