Sports, romcom, heroic anime on Hero

Hero TV brings in slice-of-life sports series Haikyuu! Season 3, light teen romance Nogizaka Haruka No Himitsu – Purezza, and more adventures of the wandering swordsman in Samurai X OVA 3: Shin Kyoto-Hen to perk up the anime cable channel.

The battle between Karasuno Koko versus Shiratorizawa Gakuen Kok begins in Haikyuu! Season 3. This time, the stakes are higher, and the odds are much more difficult. Which volleyball team will reign supreme in this nerve cracking battle?

Meanwhile, the story of young love continues in Nogizaka Haruka No Himitsu – Purezza, where Yuuto still conceals his dear friend Haruka’s manga and anime hobby. However, when Yuuto’s other female friend starts to feel attracted towards him and leads to a feeling of jealousy, war among friends begins.

Kenshin Himura continues his quest of stopping the evil Makoto Shishio and his plot to take over Japan in Samurai X OVA 3: Shin Kyoto-Hen. Told from the perspective of teenage kunoichi Misao Makimachi, the third Samurai X OVA installment is an alternate retelling of the Kyoto Arc Chronicles.

Hero TV is the only 24-hour Filipino-dubbed anime cable channel, home to international anime hits. The channel also provides the best-localized anime experience of adventure and self-discovery through local productions such as My Hero Nation, I-Animate, Comics On Cam, Hero We Go and Hero In Tunes.

Nogizaka Haruka No Himitsu – Purezza  airs starting today.. 

Hero TV is on SKYcable Channel 44. 

Topics: Hero TV , Sports , romcom , heroic anime , Haikyuu! Season 3 , Nogizaka Haruka No Himitsu – Purezza , Samurai X OVA 3: Shin Kyoto-Hen
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