Disney reaffirms commitment to anime

Disney reaffirms commitment to anime

Thanks to Disney +, the mouse company has had the opportunity to expand its properties to different forms of entertainment, and this includes anime. Last year we saw _ STAR WARS VISIONS _, which was a collaboration with various studies of Japan. Now, today it has been revealed that this will not stop here, since a union with a television network chain of the Japanese is already underway.

Today a union was announced between Disney and Nippon TV, chain where Animes like Bersek and Death Note have been transmitted, this with the aim of showing the public new material brought to both platforms in the future , which Includes anime and TV series Live Action. The first of these projects is called The Files of Young Kindaichi, and will come to Disney + in the future.

This was what Carol Choi, Director of Disney said, in this regard:

“As Disney enters the world of local content production, we are pleased to expand our collaboration with Nippon TV Holdings as one of our strategic partners, starting with a very popular title for ASIA Pacific”.

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For its part, this was the communiqué of Yoshikuni Sugiyama, President of Nippon Television:

“Disney is a world leader in entertainment and a long-standing important partner for us. Over the years, we have worked together in many commercial initiatives. It is an incredible honor to be able to develop our relationship beyond and join forces to advance our global expansion. “

Next to the next anime premiere of The Files of Young Kindaichi, next month of April we will see the launch of Summer Time Rendering, an anime Shonen that will be available at Disney + . Although at the moment there is a lot that is unknown, these are good news for all the users of this streaming platform.

On related topics, a hacker attack to Toei Animation has delayed the launch of several animes. Similarly, jujutsu kaisen prepares to show the power of yuta.

Editor’s note:

Although it sounds like a good idea, more than a degree, I would have liked that the idea of ​​star Wars Visions expand more, and several Japanese studies have access to various Disney properties.

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