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Yakusoku no Neverland


Alternative Titles

English: The Promised Neverland
Japanese: 約束のネバーランド

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 10, 2019 to Mar 29, 2019
Premiered: Winter 2019
Broadcast: Fridays at 00:55 (JST)
Licensors: Aniplex of America
Studios: CloverWorks
Source: Manga
Duration: 22 min. per ep.
Rating: None

Statistics

Score: 8.741 (scored by 157,961 users)
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Ranked: #392
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Popularity: #240
Members: 334,850
Favorites: 7,221
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Synopsis

Surrounded by a forest and a gated entrance, the Grace Field House is inhabited by orphans happily living together as one big family, looked after by their "Mama," Isabella. Although they are required to take tests daily, the children are free to spend their time as they see fit, usually playing outside, as long as they do not venture too far from the orphanage—a rule they are expected to follow no matter what. However, all good times must come to an end, as every few months, a child is adopted and sent to live with their new family... never to be heard from again.

However, the three oldest siblings have their suspicions about what is actually happening at the orphanage, and they are about to discover the cruel fate that awaits the children living at Grace Field, including the twisted nature of their beloved Mama.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Ray
Main
Ise, Mariya
Japanese
Norman
Main
Uchida, Maaya
Japanese
Emma
Main
Morohoshi, Sumire
Japanese
Phil
Supporting
Kouno, Hiyori
Japanese
Isabella
Supporting
Kaida, Yuuko
Japanese
Sister Krone
Supporting
Fujita, Nao
Japanese
Gilda
Supporting
Lynn
Japanese
Conny
Supporting
Ozawa, Ari
Japanese
Don
Supporting
Ueki, Shinei
Japanese
Anna
Supporting
Kayano, Ai
Japanese

Staff

Kanbe, Mamoru
Director, Storyboard
Shimizu, Katsunori
Sound Director
Kurata, Ayako
Episode Director
Oono, Toshiya
Script, Series Composition


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"Touch Off" by UVERworld

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#1: "Zettai Zetsumei (絶対絶命)" by Cö shu Nie (eps 1-8)
#2: "Lamp" by Cö shu Nie (eps 9-11)
#3: "Touch Off" by UVERworld (ep 12)



More reviewsReviews

Mar 28, 2019
papsoshea (All reviews)
Yakusoku no Neverland (The Promised Neverland) was definitely one of the most anticipated series of 2019, a thrilling experience, and a very novel twist on the general shonen template. Its premiere episode hit the anime community by storm and solidified its place at the top of the Winter season alongside Mob Psycho 100’s sequel, and Dororo. Through a mix of evocative direction, ominous sound design, and wonderfully tense pacing, the reveal of the shows big secrets that unfold throughout its run feels genuinely terrifying, for the most part—bringing us closer to the horror of the character's situation. It's a killer hook and a strong statement read more
Mar 28, 2019
Karhu (All reviews)
Yakusoku no Neverland is the biggest disappointment of the year so far. Not so much because it was so exceptionally bad, but because it had potential to be outstandingly great. What looked like a prime example of well-build thriller and highly atmospheric mystery end up being just a bunch of empty promises. Perhaps the English title, 'Promised Neverland' is actually a self-parody since following the series was an experience far from magical. At least one thing the series foreshows, I guess.

The first 4 episodes are all passable, of highly respectable quality to be exact. I was impressed by how it managed to gasp my read more
Mar 28, 2019
RebelPanda (All reviews)
There is a very fine line between horror and psychological thriller. The Promised Neverland strived to be a horror, whereas the manga focused on the in-depth psyche of each main character. The adaptation loses much of the nuance that made the source material so good, but it is able to stand as a decent horror on its own merits.

The anime is an entirely separate work from the manga. It has it’s own style, it’s own goals. However, the removal of inner monologues is detrimental to the characters’ relatability. In turn, the show is far less engaging than it should have been. The story’s premise read more
Mar 28, 2019
XHellLyterX (All reviews)
Horror is a genre that I rarely see effectively executed in anime. In fact, the genre itself seems to be pretty scarce in the anime medium. The first episode of The Promised Neverland perfectly encapsulates how to properly utilize horror. The atmosphere is great. We’re presented with a seemingly happy orphanage life being lived out by the characters, all children, and their “mama.” Yet as the viewer, it becomes apparent that everything's not quite what it seems, and there’s just this sort of unnerving tension in the air. The presentation is also top notch. Visuals and music are handled expertly and are very complementary to read more

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