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Crunchyroll Begins Streaming Live-Action Antiquarian Bookshop Biblia's Case Files

posted on by Rachel Mahoney

Media distribution service Crunchyroll began streaming the live-action Japanese television series Antiquarian Bookshop Biblia's Case Files at 6:00 p.m. EST on November 17.

The series is available to watch in the following territories: the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa, Netherlands, Central and South America including the Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, Poland, Denmark, Hungary, Czech Republic, Romania, France and DOM/TOM, and Andorra.

Crunchyroll describes the story:

Shinokawa Shioriko is the proprietor of Biblia Antiquarian Bookshop, her sidekick Goura Daisuke, her lanky gofer and protector, has trouble reading books; they make him dizzy. Shioriko is demure and introverted, an expert on vintage books, a great storyteller, and of course, a lover of books; she also has amazing powers of logical deduction, and can solve big mysteries from the smallest of clues. The unlikely pair join forces to unravel secrets and hidden meanings to help people looking for answers, and the true answers are never what they expect.

Crunchyroll announced its partnership with Fuji TV to stream Antiquarian Bookshop Biblia's Case Files and 20 other shows in April.


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