The opening of Date a Live IV has surpassed 1 million views on YouTube. The official Twitter of the series announced the milestone on Twitter and thanked the fans for watching it. Koshi Tachibana, the author of the Date a Live series also tweeted to celebrate the achievement:
Miyu Tomita performed the opening theme titled “OveR“:
Date a Live IV is the fourth season of the Date a Live series. Crunchyroll has been streaming it since April 8, 2022, and it currently has 6 episodes. Jun Nakagawa (High School Fleet) is directing it at studio GEEKTOYS (Date a Bullet). Studios AIC+ animated the first season in 2013, Production IMS for season 2 in 2014, and J.C. Staff for the third season in 2019.
Fujimi Shobo published Koshi Tachibana’s Date a Live light novel series from 2011 to 2020, with Tsunako’s illustrations. The series had a total of 22 volumes. Yen Press is publishing the Date a Live light novel series in English and describes the plot as:
April 10. The first day of school. Shido Itsuka is rudely awoken by his personal alarm clock—his little sister. It’s shaping up to be another typical day…well, as typical as it gets on a planet plagued by massive spatial quakes. Little does Shido know, however, his life is about to take a sudden turn when he encounters the source of this destructive phenomenon—a girl his age, apparently known as a Spirit. Turns out, there are only two ways he can stop her from unleashing hell on the world: Eliminate her by force or placate her…by taking her out on a date and making her fall in love with him!Yen Press