Two out of Three Gokujyo Episodes Not to Be Broadcasted

Maya Miyazaki’s Gokujyo ~Gokurakuin Joshikouryou Monogatari~ is starting to get more interesting with each episode… without being actually broadcasted that is. The third part of her work’s adaptation also won’t be shown on TV.

The reason to have a second episode of the anime series cancelled is “being too silly” for the TV station. The first episode to be cancelled was… the pilot. If you haven’t been able to sum this information up – the series are too stupid to air 1,3 out of 3 episodes. Keeping in mind that there have been money given for the production of the project and so on… it must have really been something really, really… ‘silly’.

DMM.com, though, will still be airing the episode for all except a small portion of the Japanese citizens South of Tokyo. ‘Nothing is too silly for the internet’ as my Scythe commented.

Source: Crunchyroll

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7 thoughts on “Two out of Three Gokujyo Episodes Not to Be Broadcasted

  1. When I know that shows like High School DxD, Guilty Crown etc. are a hit, I would like to know what ‘too silly’ is :D

    1. There are anime much worse than Guilty Crown and High School DxD, Akuma-chan, these two have sound tracks, nicely done graphics… Ecchi and romance are a reasonably specific genres and you might not like them, but they are accepted all over the world. This show, though, I don’t think has any genre at all… >.>

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