Lala quickly falls in love with him, and Zastin also approves of their engagement, much to Rito's dismay.
While Zastin reports his support for the pair to Lala's father, the King of Deviluke and much of the known universe, Rito reluctantly helps Lala transition to life on Earth, while gradually befriending his dream girl, Haruna, along with a colorful cast of other girls, both humans and aliens.
It was serialized in Shueisha's manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump between April 24, 2006 and August 31, 2009.
The chapters were collected into 18 tankōbon volumes were published by Shueisha in Japan between November 11, 2006 and April 2, 2010.
The anime uses characters and general themes from the original manga, it captures various chapters and events from the manga in no specific order.Xebec produced four OVA episodes of To-Love Ru Darkness and later an anime television series adaptation that aired between October and December 2012.A second season of To-Love Ru Darkness, called To Love-Ru Darkness 2nd, aired between July and October 2015.Six original video animation episodes were produced by Xebec between April 2009 and April 2010.A 12-episode second season by Xebec titled Motto To-Love Ru aired between October and December 2010.Both manga series were originally starting publication in October 2017, but were later delayed to December 2017.A drama CD for To Love-Ru was released on February 29, 2008 with an original story, featuring the voice cast later used in the anime, along with character songs.Her name is Lala, the runaway crown princess of the planet Deviluke.Her father wants her to return home to marry one of her marriage candidates.Both manga series are licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment who will release them in print and digital formats.To Love-Ru will be published in two-in-one omnibus volumes, and To Love-Ru Darkness will be released as single volumes.