The official website of the Berserk television anime began streaming a promotional video for the anime on Thursday. The video previews the anime's opening theme song "Sacrifice" by 9mm Parabellum Bullet.

The anime will premiere on WOWOW on April 7 at 10:00 p.m. In the following weeks, the previous week's episode will air at 10:00 p.m., with new episodes airing at 10:30 p.m. MBS and TBS will air the premiere on April 7 at 26:40 and 26:25, respectively (effectively April 8 at 2:40 a.m. and 2:25 a.m., respectively), while BS-TBS will air the premiere on April 8 at 24:30 (effectively April 9 at 12:30 a.m.).

The premiere will show the first two episodes of the new arc (episodes 13-14).

The official website of the television anime adaptation of Yūji Nagai's gag comedy manga 100% Pascal-sensei began streaming the anime's sixth episode on Thursday. The episode starts out with Pascal and Hayato attending a screening of the 100% Pascal-sensei anime, but the anime itself turns out to be a bit rushed and low quality. The anime's producer makes excuses and flees, leaving Pascal crying on the floor.

The episode is only available until April 15. The anime will premiere on MBS and TBS on April 15 at 6:30 a.m. The site also revealed the anime's cast and staff.

Yo Miura (Otona Joshi no Anime Time) is directing the anime at OLM. Ryōichi Mori (Peeping Life - The Perfect Edition -) is in charge of series composition and is also credited as creative producer. Kazumi Sato (Pokémon franchise) is designing the characters. Kouichi Iizuka (Spiritpact) is the sound director. Shunsuke Takizawa (The Testament of Sister New Devil) is composing the music at TRYTONELABO.

The official website for the anime adaptation of Natsumi Eguchi's Hōzuki no Reitetsu manga revealed the main staff and returning cast for the anime's upcoming second season. Kazuhiro Yoneda (Mahou Shoujo Nante Mouiidesukara., Yona of the Dawn) is taking over for Hiro Kaburagi as director for both the upcoming original animation DVD (OAD) and the second season. Production for both is moving from Wit Studio to Studio DEEN. Jirō Omatsuri is replacing Hirotaka Katō as character designer in the second season. Midori Gotou is again writing the scripts and TOMISIRO is again composing the music.

The returning cast includes:
Hiroki Yasumoto as Hōzuki
Takashi Nagasako as Enma Daiō
Yumiko Kobayashi as Shiro
Hiroki Gotou as Kakisuke
Takashi Matsuyama as Rurio
Eri Kitamura as Okō
Touko Aoyama as Nasubi
Tetsuya Kakihara as Karauri
Sumire Uesaka as Peach Maki
Daisuke Hirakawa as Momotaro
Koji Yusa as Hakutaku
Satomi Satou as Ichiko
Yui Ogura as Niko
Ayaka Suwa as Miki

The second season will premiere in October.

The manga inspired a 13-episode television anime series that premiered in January 2014. Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired, and Sentai Filmworks released the series on home video in February 2015 under the title Hozuki's Coolheadedness. The manga also inspired three previous OADs that shipped with the 17th, 18th, and 19th volumes of the manga in 2015. Advance screenings of the three OADs were held in theaters in Japan in December 2014. The new OAD will ship with a limited edition of the manga's 24th volume on March 23.

The dark comedy manga revolves around Hōzuki, the fierce aide to the Great King Enma. Calm and super-sadistic, he tries to resolve problems that often occur in Hell.

The world's greatest thief met his match in Saitama. 33-year-old Yoshinobu Ichinotake, the self-proclaimed "Lupin of Saitama" was apprehended by officers from the Takeminami Police Station in Kawaguchi, Saitama on March 2. The prolific thief admitted to stealing 820 handbags totaling about 1.55 million yen and picking pockets for 166 million yen (move than half a million U.S. dollars) over the course of two years. When captured, he insisted he was the "Lupin of Saitama."

The 35th compiled book volume of Rumiko Takahashi's RIN-NE (Kyōkai no Rinne) manga is revealing on Friday that the compiled volumes of all of Takahashi's manga have a total of more than 200 million copies in print worldwide. To mark the announcement, this year's 17th issue of Shogakukan's Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine and May issue of Shogakukan's Shonen Sunday Super magazine will publish a feature on Takahashi on March 22 and March 25, respectively.