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Time Travel Girl
(Taimu Toraberu Shōjo: Mari Waka to 8-nin no Kagakusha-tachi)
Genre Science fiction
Written byOsamu Yamasaki
Music byHitomi Kuroishi
StudioWao World
Licensed by
Original network TV Tokyo, TVh, TVA, TVO, TVS, TVQ, AT-X
Original run July 9, 2016 September 24, 2016