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A couple reminders to all:
-This show has homosexual characters, and shows homosexuality in a positive way. If you cannot accept this, please leave. This is a hate-free zone.
-This show is more mature than some. Please remember that there are young kids on Scratch, and keep the discussions appropriate for all ages.
Q: "What's Yuri On Ice?"
A: For starters, it's a (very adorable) sports anime that came out two years ago. It started airing on October 5, 2016, and has released twelve episodes. There is no official confirmation yet of a second season.
Here's a good description from MyAnimeList:
"The show's story revolves around Yuri Katsuki, who carried all of Japan's hopes on his shoulders to win at the Grand Prix Final ice skating competition, but suffered a crushing defeat. He returns home to Kyushu and half feels like he wants to retire, and half feels like he wants to continue ice skating. With those mixed feelings swirling inside him, he confines himself inside his parents house. Suddenly the five-time consecutive world championship ice skater Viktor Nikiforov appears before him, and along with him is Yuri Plisetsky, a young Russian figure skater who is already defeating his seniors. Viktor and both Yuri take up the challenge on an unprecedented Grand Prix series."
Q: Where can I watch it?
A: You can watch it on Crunchyroll, as well as other sites such as KissAnime (if you use this site be careful for scam viruses), 9Anime, or YouTube.
Q: Is there a Dub?
A: We do not speak of the dub.
(It's not VERY bad, but the original (subbed) version is much better [mostly because Viktor sounds like Gru from despicable me.])
Q: Is this a "gay anime"?
A: Well, it is partly a shounen-ai, if that's what you're wondering. However a better way to explain it is it's a sports anime with a healthy same-sex relationship :)
Q: Is it "yaoi"?
A: No. People seem to be confused on what "yaoi" means. When two guys get together or show signs of liking each other in an anime, it's not yaoi. Yaoi is PG13 and sometimes even R rated (since it contains VERY mature content that is usually 18+) and should not be discussed on Scratch.
Question of the week: Are you excited for the movie?
Episodes out: 12/12 (Season 1)
?/? (Season 2)
First Arc: 12 episodes --- 10/6/2016-12/22/2016 (JPN)
Second Arc: N/A