Worldwide Premiere Of High School Of The Dead - English DubFeb 23rd 2011
HOUSTON, TX — February 23, 2011 — The moment many of you have been waiting for is finally here: This March, the High School of the Dead (aka HOTD) English dub will premiere on Anime Network Video On Demand! The highly acclaimed zombie survival anime will now be available with English voice-overs from some of the top voice actors in the business, ONLY on Anime Network VOD. Stay tuned to Anime Network's website, Twitter, and Facebook page for upcoming cast announcements and extras!
WHAT: Worldwide Premiere of High School of the Dead - English Dub From Director Tetsuro Araki (Deathnote, Black Lagoon), and adapted from the highly successful manga of the same name by Daisuke Sato, comes one of the hottest new shows of the Summer, High School of the Dead. A deadly new disease is ravaging the world, turning the populace into mindless zombies, and the number of infected is skyrocketing by the second. As their fellow classmates and teachers succumb to the infection around them, a small group of students at Fujimi High School are fighting for their lives after surviving the initial outbreak. It is up to Takashi Komuro to unite the group of weary survivors and try to escape the horrors that surround them. In this new world of the living dead...will they escape?
WHEN: HOTD dubbed will premiere March 10, 2011 for most cable providers. A new dub episode will debut each week after.
Check www.theanimenetwork.com for North American Provider Listings.
WHERE: Anime Network Cable/Satellite Video On Demand Service
ABOUT ANIME NETWORK Anime Network is the leading broadcast and digital distributor of Japanese animation and Asian cinema in North America. Headquartered in Houston, TX, Anime Network was founded in 2002 and launched as one of the first VOD networks on most major cable providers. Anime Network's mission is to bring the best in anime programming to everyone in North America. In addition to our VOD network, consumers can access our Video website. The dynamic website, featuring an ever growing anime community, includes a subscription service that mirrors the VOD network and allows viewers to catch up on episodes they may have missed on broadcast.