Carole & Tuesday

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Alternative Titles

Japanese: キャロル&チューズデイ

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 24
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 11, 2019 to Oct 3, 2019
Premiered: Spring 2019
Broadcast: Thursdays at 00:55 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Bones
Source: Original
Genres: DramaDrama, MusicMusic, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Duration: 22 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.981 (scored by 8019180,191 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #5562
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #651
Members: 208,995
Favorites: 2,140

Recommendations

Two beautiful souls collide via the power of music. 
report Recommended by Bayrock
Both explore musical depth & the power of duettes; real-world music are both taken into account. They both highlight the importance of finding your own music style. 
report Recommended by soulstyce
Besides one huge difference that Carole & Tuesday is an anime about music and Megalo Box is about fighting, there are a lot of similar things between them. The available technology that main characters choose not to use, the journey from nothing and poverty to the top, people that help them get to the top, the amazing quality and execution of the anime itself. I think there are and will be a lot more similarities but there is one thing I'm certain about - both of them are worth your time. 
report Recommended by ElqBell
Planetes and Carole & Tuesday both feature strong female lead characters, an eccentric but down to earth cast and a simple but rather beautiful story with cheesy morals! Both follow a career within a sci-fi world! 
report Recommended by gfsdfgsdgsdfgs
Both Anime have beautiful music. Both Anime have lovable characters. Both Anime inspires you to follow your dream no matter your situation and where you come from. Both Anime teaches you that one person can make a difference in another person's life. Healthy Rivalry is Good. You cannot do everything alone. 
report Recommended by BigLeggo
Like Given, Carole & Tuesday has a lot of focus on the characters and music. Each show has characters who want to grow their music skills and grow as people as well. Not to mention both have great music.  
report Recommended by SmolOwl21
Both shows are directed by Shinichiro Watanabe and are about music with the main performers being a person from a rich family and someone whose working hard to try and make ends meet. Essentially, Carole and Tuesday is Kids on the Slope with the main characters being females and in a futuristic setting like that in Cowboy Bebop. 
report Recommended by GridironOtaku
Both anime feature characters who are trying to prove themselves and overcome their trials and tribulations. While one is set in a futuristic sci-fi setting and the other is in a current day Japan school life, music is what really ties them together. You will watch full and soothing performances (plus some EDM inspired music in Carole & Tuesday) with acoustic instruments (koto and guitar/piano) in both anime which can also be incredibly inspiring. Overall, both shows are very wholesome.  
report Recommended by Deep
Both stories shows the journey of young girls that go in the adventure of reaching their dreams, no matter the risks and hardship they would face. They both give this feeling that everything is possible if you put your mind to it and work hard to succeed. 
report Recommended by PuccaRO
Both focus on the musical abilities of the two main characters & their connections to one another. Furthermore, using real-world anthems & tracks as part of the story's development. Performances are also large features for both anime; emotional, gripping & tearjerking in some cases. It explores how different backgrounds influence music & how it can be projected to overcome insecurity and thus to find harmony in doing so. 
report Recommended by soulstyce
The shows are about the 2 main characters trying to make it in their desired fields. But while trying to make it, they meet a lot of resistance due to different circumstances and people. They do however have a few people close to them, that helps them to achieve their dreams. 
report Recommended by Sjorring
Both have a clearly unique style in animation and are also incredible Netflix originals 
report Recommended by HydroPhoenix
They both have very in-depth stories that will tug at your heartstrings.Carole and Tuesday brings the idea that music is a key way to communicate to life,whilst Violet Evergarden reminds us that as nice as is it is to be able to send an instant message,there's something truly beautiful about being able to send a letter to someone,full of raw emotion and feeling.Two truly amazing anime's. 
report Recommended by ChiChoo123
Similar feeling, especially the music and the representation for people of color and LGBTQ groups 
report Recommended by kyou0220
Both involves music. The difference being Beck is about the story of a band while the latter a duo. They also sing English in most of the songs in the anime  
report Recommended by submeroid
If you like the futuristic space aspect of Carole & Tuesday, consider watching Space Dandy! Both have really great animation and music, and cute robots. they were also both directed by Shinichiro Watanabe! the plots are wildly different however, although carole & tuesday has one filler-esque episode that feels similar to space dandy. 
report Recommended by laputia
Both animes have main girl characters who are on a journey together.  
report Recommended by Oushuu
Bakuman and Carole & Tuesday are both similar in the way that they're both about 2 people who meet, become best friends, and try to make it big in the industry (manga and music respectively) together. Both stories follow their path to fame as they try to make quality works of art to reach the world. Both stories have a wide array of interesting side characters who also work in the field. They both contain a rival character who you can't help but root for. They both have a lot of insight and realistic points about the music & manga-making process. 
report Recommended by householdshadow
Both animes are about two people from completely different upbringings "worlds" come together and try to be friends. Both have similar color, art style and great OST Supporting character is also well-developed  
report Recommended by Reonaa
Both stories involve a single girl or a group of girls that gain experience in the world of show business, learning about the ins and outs of it while slowly becoming more and more famous. Skip Beat, however, has romance, while Carole and Tuesday has more of a science fiction element. If you like hearing about celebrities, idols, and show business overall, you'll like either anime, because both feature characters who are thrown into the limelight! 
report Recommended by donut_jelly
Both are girls with music. 
report Recommended by Beesus
Both contain a science fiction theme, whether underlying or right upfront. Both also involve sets of characters that bring themselves up to become more successful or more famous, as well as characters who are already well ahead but struggle with their own psychological inner beasts as both shows go onwards and upwards. The sole difference is that Carole & Tuesday deals with celebrities, while Uchuu Kyoudai deals with astronauts. 
report Recommended by donut_jelly