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  • #16
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    The Mob Psycho 100 panel at the Anime NYC event on Friday revealed a new key visual for Mob Psycho 100 II, BONES' second anime season of ONE's Mob Psycho 100 manga. The event also revealed that the show will premiere in Japan on January 7, and confirmed that the new season will stream on Crunchyroll.

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    • #17
      So after a quiet period, premiere dates are coming out. Here are the latest:

      Ikki Tousen: Western Wolves: Thursday, January 3 (AT-X at 21:00, airings monthly)
      Mob Psycho 100 II: Monday, January 7 (Tokyo MX at 23:00)
      Pastel Memories: Monday, January 7 (Tokyo MX at 24:30)
      Bermuda Triangle: Colorful Pastale: Saturday, January 12 (Tokyo MX at 22:00)
      Endro!: Saturday, January 12 (Tokyo MX at 25:00)

      The new Ikki Tousen is going to be an OVA series, however it will air on the AT-X channel ahead of its BD release in Japan. In the meantime, now that Sentai has made its first title announcement that I'm fixing up my predictions, but this season is going to be the toughest to predict in quite some time with the landscape getting a huge makeover in light of the end of the partnership between Crunchyroll and Funimation.
      MyAnimeList | Avatar: Rimuru, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime
      Watching: Hero Mask, Granblue Fantasy, Tales of Zestiria, Aria, DB Super, Toonami Stuff
      Simulcasts: BNF, TGL-R, GKY, SAO-3, TOA-I3, FTL-3, DDK, GSY, IRD, SBY, TSL, CQK, BIY, RRD, UZM, KTF, JUL, S4G, MBZ, MVN, XYS, ZLS, GSH, JSY
      The only thing better than anime is sports. Get hit hard and you got JACKED UP! Or else it's a C'mon Man!

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      • #18
        YTV

        - The Morose Mononokean II

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        • #19
          Here are the next premiere dates, which includes the revealing of the other Animeism show this season:

          The Morose Mononokean season 2: Saturday, January 5 (21:00 on AT-X, 22:00 on Tokyo MX)
          Girly Air Force: Thursday, January 10 (24:30 on Tokyo MX)
          Domestic Girlfriend: Friday, January 11 (25:55 on MBS)
          Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka: Friday, January 11 (26:25 on MBS)

          So with that announcement, Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka is announced as the second show in the Animeism block this season, and as such it is exclusive to Amazon.
          MyAnimeList | Avatar: Rimuru, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime
          Watching: Hero Mask, Granblue Fantasy, Tales of Zestiria, Aria, DB Super, Toonami Stuff
          Simulcasts: BNF, TGL-R, GKY, SAO-3, TOA-I3, FTL-3, DDK, GSY, IRD, SBY, TSL, CQK, BIY, RRD, UZM, KTF, JUL, S4G, MBZ, MVN, XYS, ZLS, GSH, JSY
          The only thing better than anime is sports. Get hit hard and you got JACKED UP! Or else it's a C'mon Man!

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          • #20
            B-Project: Climax*Emotion: Friday, January 11 (24:00 on Tokyo MX/BS11, replacing Dakaichi)

            It seems the animation studio is changed to BN Pictures, not A-1 Pictures like season 1.

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            • #21
              More premiere dates coming out as today saw a huge number of them announced:

              Boogiepop Doesn't Laugh: Friday, January 4 (time slots TBA, but the show is airing on AT-X and Tokyo MX, among other stations)
              Doukyonin wa Hiza, Tokidoki, Atama no Ue.: Wednesday, January 9 (23:30 on AT-X, 25:20 on Asahi, Thursday 24:00 on Tokyo MX)
              The Promised Neverland: Thursday, January 10 (24:55 on Fuji TV)
              The Quintessential Quintuplets: Thursday, January 10 (25:58 on TBS)
              Grimms Notes: Thursday, January 10 (26:28 on TBS)
              Forest of Piano season 2: Sunday, January 27 (24:10 on NHK-G)

              I thought that the new Boogiepop series would be on TV Tokyo since Phantom originally aired there, but nope it's on AT-X and Tokyo MX instead. While no timeslot has been specified, it's probably going to be at 25:40 since shows in that timeslot have aired a few hours earlier on AT-X, which is what the case is going to be here. As expected, the laid-back show about a guy with his cat is a Wednesday show as Asahi was one of the stations listed, while the two TBS shows are on Thursday, as well as the Noitamina show. And then there's Forest of Piano as that show is getting a late start because Tsurune started later than scheduled, pushing the ending a week back. It probably was going to premiere on the 20th before the earthquake caused the schedule to be pushed back. From the look of things, the second half of Attack on Titan season 3 is looking at an April 21 premiere assuming that this is another 12-episode series.

              With more than half of the premiere dates announced (at least as far as notable shows go), I'm going to take a stab as to when the rest of the premiere dates are with timeslots. First up are the ones with publisher connections or with some pattern based on previous seasons for sequels:

              Mini Toji: Friday, January 4 (25:35 on Tokyo MX, should be a short)
              Kaguya-sama: Love is War: Saturday, January 5 (23:30 on Tokyo MX, Aniplex block)
              Kakegurui XX: Saturday, January 5 (25:30 on Tokyo MX, 26:38 on MBS)
              Real Girl season 2: Tuesday, January 8 (25:59 on NTV, AnichU)
              The Rising of the Shield Hero: Wednesday, January 9 (25:05 on Tokyo MX, Kadokawa block)
              Date A Live III: Wednesday, January 9 (25:35 on Tokyo MX, Kadokawa block)
              Revisions: Wednesday, January 9 or 16 (24:55 on Fuji TV, +Ultra)
              BanG! Dream season 2: Saturday, January 12 (22:30 on Tokyo MX)

              While the first two seasons of Date A Live were on Fridays, with the Friday timeslots filling up, as well as there being no other Kadokawa shows that have yet to be announced aside from Shield Hero that signs are pointing towards Date A Live season 3 being a Wednesday show. Kaguya-sama is a virtual lock for Saturdays, and the fact that B-Project, the only other Aniplex show this season, is on Friday was very surprising. I have to think that the third slot for the Aniplex block was saved for Demon Slayer, but that show has been pushed back to the spring so I can expect to see a rerun of an Aniplex show filling that time slot. Also of note is that MBS has one open Saturday time slot, but two shows between Kakegurui XX and Kotobuki have been announced for MBS. Seeing that Kakegurui lists MBS first while Kotobuki lists MBS third that I think that it will go to Kakegurui, while Kotobuki's broadcast on MBS will be a delaycast (which in this sense means airing at least the next day or later) during the week.

              And for everything else that's a wild guess with the lack of information (still no word as to what show Bandai Visual or Toho will put out as those are Sunday shows) based on what openings are remaining:

              Circlet Princess: Sunday, January 6 (22:30 on Tokyo MX, projected Bandai show?)
              Kotobuki Squadron in the Wilderness: Sunday, January 6 (24:00 on Tokyo MX, projected Toho show?)
              Dororo: Sunday, January 6 (24:30 on Tokyo MX)
              Flying Babies: Sunday, January 6 (25:35 on Tokyo MX, probably going to be a short)
              How Clumsy You Are, Miss Ueno: Monday, January 7 (25:00 on Tokyo MX, likely a short)
              Rinshi! Ekoda-chan: Monday, January 7 (right after Miss Ueno on Tokyo MX, likely a short)
              Meiji Tokyo Renka: Tuesday, January 8 (23:00 on Tokyo MX)
              Dimension High School: Tuesday, January 8 (24:30 on Tokyo MX)
              Kemurikusa: Wednesday, January 9 (24:00 on Tokyo MX)
              Mysteria Friends: Friday, January 11 (22:30 on Tokyo MX)
              Watashi ni Tenshi ga Maiorita!: Thursday, January 17 (22:00 on Tokyo MX, Note that this is Million Arthur's timeslot that should finish its first half on the previous Thursday)
              Last edited by Buckeye; 11-30-2018, 08:04 PM.
              MyAnimeList | Avatar: Rimuru, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime
              Watching: Hero Mask, Granblue Fantasy, Tales of Zestiria, Aria, DB Super, Toonami Stuff
              Simulcasts: BNF, TGL-R, GKY, SAO-3, TOA-I3, FTL-3, DDK, GSY, IRD, SBY, TSL, CQK, BIY, RRD, UZM, KTF, JUL, S4G, MBZ, MVN, XYS, ZLS, GSH, JSY
              The only thing better than anime is sports. Get hit hard and you got JACKED UP! Or else it's a C'mon Man!

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              • #22
                A lot of premieres got announced over the past two days, and here are the latest:

                Mini Toji: Saturday, January 5 (25:55 on AT-X, Monday 20:55 on Tokyo MX)
                How Clumsy You Are, Miss Ueno: Sunday, January 6 (24:30 on BS11, Monday 25:05 on Tokyo MX)
                Dororo: Monday, January 7 (22:00 on Tokyo MX)
                Kakegurui XX: Tuesday, January 8 (26:30 on MBS, Sunday 23:30 on Tokyo MX)
                Kemurikusa: Wednesday, January 9 (22:30 on Tokyo MX)
                Revisions: Wednesday, January 9 (24:55 on Fuji TV)
                Kaguya-sama: Love is War: Saturday, January 12 (23:30 on Tokyo MX)
                Kotobuki Squadron in the Wilderness: Sunday, January 13 (22:30 on Tokyo MX)

                As stated on their websites, Dororo is exclusive to Amazon worldwide, and while the Animeism shows Domestic Girlfriend and Magical Spec-Ops Asuka are supposed to be worldwide Amazon exclusives, unlike in previous seasons it doesn't say that it's the case worldwide, so at the moment that only applies in Japan. Kemurikusa is also an Amazon exclusive in Japan, but there's no official word on if it's also the case worldwide as well.

                Kaguya-sama is the first show in the Aniplex block as expected, and it looks like Kotobuki is a Bandai Visual show as it's in the timeslot reserved for their shows whenever there is one. Mini Toji and Miss Ueno are going to be shorts. As it turns out, Kakegurui will premiere on Tuesdays on MBS as they generally only have delaycasts on Tuesdays as the station previously premiered shows only on Fridays and Saturdays, while the remaining days are for stuff that aired days earlier on other networks, and that means the Saturday lineup will have W'z and Kaguya-sama filling in those two openings.
                MyAnimeList | Avatar: Rimuru, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime
                Watching: Hero Mask, Granblue Fantasy, Tales of Zestiria, Aria, DB Super, Toonami Stuff
                Simulcasts: BNF, TGL-R, GKY, SAO-3, TOA-I3, FTL-3, DDK, GSY, IRD, SBY, TSL, CQK, BIY, RRD, UZM, KTF, JUL, S4G, MBZ, MVN, XYS, ZLS, GSH, JSY
                The only thing better than anime is sports. Get hit hard and you got JACKED UP! Or else it's a C'mon Man!

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                • #23
                  https://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-ne...ntia-sho-anime

                  A new Crunchyroll simulcast contender has appeared! This time it's a new take on classic heroes in the form of Saint Seiya Saintia Sho, the first episode of which is set to premiere on December 10, with new episodes to stream every Monday.

                  Saint Seiya Saintia Show will be available to Crunchyroll members in the following territories: North America, Central America and South America including the Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Europe, and MENA.

                  The anime will also be available for Premium members only in France, Monaco, Andorra, Luxembourg, Switzerland, and Belgium.

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