Seiyuu to yo Asobi renewed for 3rd season

Seiyuu to yo Asobi 3rd season

AbemaTV’s Seiyuu to yo Asobi is renewed for a 3rd season. Meet the new hosts for each day of the week.

What is Seiyuu to yo Asobi?

Seiyuu to yo Asobi is a variety show created and distributed by AbemaTV. It airs on week days with pairs of seiyuu assigned to each day, each pair of co-hosts following their own unique themes and formats. This is primarily a talk show that may or may not include special guests. There are challenges and funny corners as well as quiet sections with seiyuu just hanging out in a pretty laidback way.

Up until Seiyuu to yo Asobi’s 2nd season, the pairs consisted only of male seiyuu.

For Seiyuu to Yo Asobi’s 2nd season, Maaya Uchida and Tomoko Kaneda were the first female seiyuu to join the show, creating the first ever mixed co-host pairs (Maaya Uchida and Hiro Shimono /  Tomoko Kaneda and Subaru Kimura) to great results.

For Seiyuu to Yo Asobi’s 3rd season, Abema TV shuffled things around and introduces the first ever all female co-hosting duo comprised of Mikako Komatsu and Sumire Uesaka.

Seiyuu to yo Asobi is renewed for a 3rd season.

The hosts for the 3rd season include old faces as well as a couple of new additions. The show now airs from Monday to Friday as the previous two seasons.

There is also a daily show titled Seiyuu to yo Asobi コネクト (Connect) and hosted by Tomoko Kaneda & Subaru Kimura that will air everyday.

The hosts for each day of the week are the following:

  • Monday: Hiroki Yasumoto & Shugo Nakamura (replacing Takuya Eguchi)
  • Tuesday: Hiro Shimono & Maaya Uchida
  • Wednesday: Mikako Komatsu and Sumire Uesaka [new hosting duo]
  • Thursday: Daisuke Namikawa & Kaito Ishikawa (new host)
  • Friday: Tomokazu Seki & Showtaro Morikubo (replacing Genki Okawa)

The show returns on 13/04/2020 and each episode has the duration of 90 minutes.

SOURCE: AbemaTV official twitter account

Vanessa Silva
The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. Also, the only person managing everything The Hand That Feeds HQ related. In 2011, I stumbled upon Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus". Since then I have been writing about male seiyuu music. You may find me writing almost essays whenever music is really good (not limited to, but it happens a lot with Soma Saito's music). I also host the male seiyuu-centric podcast, SEIYUU LOUNGE (see Spotify link in this profile).





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