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TV Anime 'Carole & Tuesday' Announces Cast Members

by tsubasalover
Feb 21, 4:25 AM | 27 Comments
A press conference was held on Thursday for Carole & Tuesday TV anime has announced cast members and theme song performers. The opening theme song "Kiss Me" will be performed by singing voices of Carole and Tuesday, who are the winners of the 2018 global singers audition. There is no information yet about who will be performing ending theme song "Hold Me Now." The anime will air on Thursdays at 12:55 a.m. via Fuji TV's +Ultra timeslot, as well as Kansai TV, Toukai TV, TV Nishinippon, Hokkaido Bunka Housou, and BS Fuji starting April 11 for a total of two cours. Netflix will also stream the anime worldwide.

Cast
Carole (Talk / Singing): Miyuri Shimabukuro (Hanebado!) / Nai Br.XX
Tuesday (Talk / Singing): Kana Ichinose (Darling in the FranXX) / Celeina Ann
Gus: Akio Ootsuka (Mob Psycho 100 series)
Roddy: Miyu Irino (Kaze ga Tsuyoku Fuiteiru)
Angela: Sumire Uesaka (BanG Dream! series)
Tao: Hiroshi Kamiya (Monogatari series)
Ertegun: Mamoru Miyano (Zombieland Saga)

PV


Source: Comic Natalie

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First two eps. will pre-screen on March 30.
AnimeJapan stage on March 24.
https://natalie.mu/comic/news/322783

Mar 6, 1:29 AM by tsubasalover

Press Conference Video (Only Available for a Week)

Feb 28, 1:08 AM by tsubasalover

Looks unnaturally "perfect," which just gives me deja vu of Violet Evergarden. Watanabe post-Kids on the Slope just seems entirely too concerned with emulating rather than creating. But since he's attached, everyone and their mom will check it out (including me). As long as the screenplay is better written than Zankyou no Terror, it should be fun to watch.

Feb 26, 3:02 AM by ZephSilver

My vote is the Thompson Twins for the ED..... :' )

Feb 25, 7:31 AM by tywhoppity

Well, we have the singers, like kamiyu, sumipe and mamochan in these group, plus non singer such as akio otsuka, shimabukuro and ichigo (no, not the real ichigo with blonde hair who fight shinigami)

What're you doing in there, shinichiro watanabe ?

Feb 24, 7:56 AM by ronald_bastian

Old_School_Akira said:
A anime with a black girl as one of the leading characters?

That’s rare.


Not really it’s happens more then you think

Infatuate said:
When you let the west influence your animus you end up with this wack garbage. Can't wait to see the trainwreck unfold.


When you let the western influence your anime
YOUR GONNA HAVE A BAD TIME

Feb 23, 7:58 PM by Nerdanimefan1992

JizzyHitler said:
TolkienFan365 said:


??? The West has been influencing anime/manga since the 60's. Watanabe also made Cowboy Bebop which was heavily influenced by the West and that came out in 1998. It isn't surprising he is doing something like this again. Kids on the Slope also took place in Japan but was about Jazz music and one of the characters was biracial and Christian. I haven't seen Samurai Champloo yet but I think its pretty obvious Watanabe likes aspects of Western culture.

Also I am confused how this is more West inspired than your average anime. You have Gosick and Fate both rated highly which both draw from Western culture as did AOT, Death Note has heavy Christian symbolism, SAO draws from Western fantasy and Made in Abyss also has some Western influences and the composer who is Australian wrote one of the best anime soundtracks of all time. You also gave TPN a 7 which also again has a Western setting.
Hes pretty blatantly insinuating that one of the main characters being black is some sort of pollution from western media and politics.

Some people legit just let politics consume their lives so much they can only see things on such a skewed perspective they end up saying absolutely moronic things like that


Well that is incredibly delusional. I am also someone who dislikes overt political messages but I don't know what messed up mindset where you watch the PV and see that lol. Carol and Tuesday just looks like a music anime in an interesting setting. The themes at most will be about individuality from just looking at the premise rather than anything actually overtly political.

Feb 23, 12:39 PM by TolkienFan365

>Shinichirō Watanabe

I will definitely watch this one

Feb 23, 5:02 AM by Cyborg_Icarus29

TolkienFan365 said:
Infatuate said:
When you let the west influence your animus you end up with this wack garbage. Can't wait to see the trainwreck unfold.


??? The West has been influencing anime/manga since the 60's. Watanabe also made Cowboy Bebop which was heavily influenced by the West and that came out in 1998. It isn't surprising he is doing something like this again. Kids on the Slope also took place in Japan but was about Jazz music and one of the characters was biracial and Christian. I haven't seen Samurai Champloo yet but I think its pretty obvious Watanabe likes aspects of Western culture.

Also I am confused how this is more West inspired than your average anime. You have Gosick and Fate both rated highly which both draw from Western culture as did AOT, Death Note has heavy Christian symbolism, SAO draws from Western fantasy and Made in Abyss also has some Western influences and the composer who is Australian wrote one of the best anime soundtracks of all time. You also gave TPN a 7 which also again has a Western setting.
Hes pretty blatantly insinuating that one of the main characters being black is some sort of pollution from western media and politics.

Some people legit just let politics consume their lives so much they can only see things on such a skewed perspective they end up saying absolutely moronic things like that

Feb 22, 5:21 PM by JizzyHitler

Looking forward to it.

Feb 22, 2:08 AM by Detective1412

A wonderful musical experience in both Japanese and English! Can't wait!

Feb 21, 11:46 PM by Haneken2086

Infatuate said:
When you let the west influence your animus you end up with this wack garbage. Can't wait to see the trainwreck unfold.


??? The West has been influencing anime/manga since the 60's. Watanabe also made Cowboy Bebop which was heavily influenced by the West and that came out in 1998. It isn't surprising he is doing something like this again. Kids on the Slope also took place in Japan but was about Jazz music and one of the characters was biracial and Christian. I haven't seen Samurai Champloo yet but I think its pretty obvious Watanabe likes aspects of Western culture.

Also I am confused how this is more West inspired than your average anime. You have Gosick and Fate both rated highly which both draw from Western culture as did AOT, Death Note has heavy Christian symbolism, SAO draws from Western fantasy and Made in Abyss also has some Western influences and the composer who is Australian wrote one of the best anime soundtracks of all time. You also gave TPN a 7 which also again has a Western setting.

Feb 21, 11:38 PM by TolkienFan365

The PV looks pretty damn great I must say. Will definitely be checking this one out.

Feb 21, 6:14 PM by AntwanMantilla

Infatuate said:
When you let the west influence your animus you end up with this wack garbage. Can't wait to see the trainwreck unfold.


Wow this is definitely the dumbest comment I read today. Like you can honestly feel the numbness in your brain.

Looking forward to the show doing well even more now.

Feb 21, 5:43 PM by Slimcoder

Remember that Studio Bones also have Bungou Stray Dogs S3 next season, its very rare to see Bones have 2 shows in 1 season.

Feb 21, 4:48 PM by gadboyz

The 3D CG animation for the guitar playing gothic lolita is creepy as all hell.

Feb 21, 3:35 PM by VyseLegendaire

i hope this will be deep and unique in his own way

Feb 21, 3:29 PM by anemonespotte

When you let the west influence your animus you end up with this wack garbage. Can't wait to see the trainwreck unfold.

Feb 21, 2:49 PM by Infatuate

Alright, I'm down. Hope this is as good as the trailer makes look, I'm really interested to see how the music will turn out for this show.

Feb 21, 11:43 AM by RealMTL

They really put some work into this. Let's see how it goes...

Feb 21, 8:32 AM by Tarotist

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