The spin-off of one of Japan’s oldest anime franchises, Detective Conanmakes its way to Netflix in July 2022. Zero’s Tea Time, which focuses on the main character of Rei Furuya, will first air in Japan before eventually making its way to Netflix. Here’s everything we know so far about Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time on Netflix.
Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time is an upcoming internationally licensed Netflix Original Japanese anime series and adaptation of the Detective Conan manga spin-off, Zero’s Tea Time. The series is animated by producer Shogakukan, the same studio behind Ashura of Kengan and Mob Psycho 100, and much more!
When is Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time coming to Netflix?
The spin-off series will debut on Netflix in July 2022. An exact release date has not been given, but we hope to hear more soon.
Note that the anime will be broadcast in Japan from April 5, with a new episode every week.
Each episode of Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time will be available to stream upon release on Netflix.
What is the plot of Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time?
The anime follows the daily life of Rei Furuya, aka Tooru Amuro, the security planning triple agent of the National Police Agency Security Bureau, Chiyoda Division. Turning many different plates, throughout her day, Rei is not only responsible for her detective work working undercover in the Black Organization, also working as a waiter at Café Poirot.
Who are the actors Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time?
So far, three of the actors have been confirmed to star in Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time:
Toru Furuya (Saint Seiya, Dragon Ball Z, A piece) will resume his role from the other Detective Conan anime titles as the voice of Tooru Amuro.
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Mikiko Enomoto (Baby Aishiteruze★★) is the voice of Azusa Enomoto, Asako Dodo (Inuyasha, one piece) is the voice of Midori Kuriyama.
can i broadcast Detective Conan on Netflix?
Unfortunately, the Detective Conan The anime series is only available to stream in two regions.
In Japan, you can stream 3 seasons of the anime, for a total of 128 episodes. Meanwhile, in France, only one season for a total of 42 episodes is available for streaming.
In total, the Detective Conan anime has over 1000 episodes to its name and is currently one of the longest running anime franchises of all time. If Netflix were to ever acquire the anime, it would be a huge addition to the library.
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