The Ecchi series World’s End Harem (Jap.: “Shuumatsu no Harem”) will start in Japan as early as next month. Through a product entry at the Japanese online retailer Animate, the length of the anime has now been revealed. We summarize further information for you below.
World’s End Harem Anime gets eleven episodes
The anime series, which is directed by Yuu Nobuta (Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear) at the studios Gokumi (Tsurezure Children) and AXsiZ, will therefore have a length of eleven episodes, each of which will be broadcast in two different versions on Japanese television.
The more permissive version will start on October 8, 2021 on the Japanese pay-TV channel AT-X. The free TV channels TOKYO MX and BS Fuji show the censored TV version every Friday.
Crunchyroll has secured the license to the series and will release it in the autumn season 2021 shortly after the broadcast of the latest episode in the Japanese original sound with German subtitles.
World’s End Harem Teaser
World’s End Harem Storyline
Reito suffers from a persistent illness and goes into a cold sleep to heal. When he wakes up five years later, the world has changed a lot. The MK virus spread 99.9% of men, creating a super harem with 5 billion women per 5 men.
Only these five men, titled “Numbers,” are resistant to the MK virus and are supposed to mate with the myriad of women to save the survival of humanity. At the same time, Reito becomes embroiled in a global conspiracy – can he resist temptation?