According to a flyer for GAGAGA Bunko magazine, Watari Wataru’s romantic-comedy light novel, 「Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru.」 (My Youth Romantic Comedy is Wrong as I Expected.) will be receiving a TV anime adaptation. The flyer also mentions a TV anime for Araki Shin’s spin-off novel series, 「GJ-bu Chutobu」, presently in the works.
Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru is a story that revolves around an anti-social high school boy named Hikigaya Hachiman who refuses to make friends with anyone. To combat this, his teacher Hiratsuka Shizuka forces him to join a volunteer “service club” where he meets the school’s most beautiful girl Yukinoshita Yukino.
GJ-bu Chutobu (Good Job Club Junior Highschool) is a spin-off to Araki Shin’s original light novel series, GJ-bu, which launched last April. The primary focus is on a middle school girl named Shinomiya Kasumi who is the sister to the main protagonist in the original LN, Kyouya. She and her other friends, — the mysterious Amatsuka Seira and Canadian girl Geraldine Bernstein, who communicates using a white board — launch an activity club called the “Good Job Club” in her junior high; imitating the same club her highschool brother is in.