Persona 4: The Animation on Xfinity On Demand as Part of Halloween Programming

Oct 11th 2012
**HOUSTON, TX — October 11, 2012 — In celebration of Halloween, Anime Network will air the eerie Persona 4 The Animation in Xfinity's On Demand Top Picks October 11-31. Persona 4 The Animation is based on the Playstation game franchise and is voiced by the cast of wildly popular role playing video game. A group of teenagers in a small town try to catch a serial killer, encountering creepy shadow creatures, gruesome murders and a mysterious other worldly television channel along the way.

Xfinity customers will have all 12 episodes available to them October 11-31. Episodes 7 through 12 will be available for weeks before customers of other cable providers. In addition, Xfinity subscribers will have exclusive access to the Director's Cut version of Episode 1 “You're Myself, I'm Yourself.”

About Persona 4 The Animation
When a series of grizzly murders shake up a small town, a group of friends try to catch the killer before he catches them. During the investigation, they the Midnight Channel is no myth, but truth. When a television turns itself on at midnight on a rainy day, it provides an eerie glimpse at the killer's next target. The only way to rescue them is to enter the dangerous, haunted world through the television screen before time runs out.

About Anime Network
Celebrating its 10th year, Anime Network is a leading broadcast and digital distributor of Japanese animation and Asian cinema in North America. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, 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 every household in North America. In addition to our VOD network, consumers can access our Online Streaming Service on our official website. This 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. www.theanimenetwork.com

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