Charlotte Gets New Encore Slot in Animax Asia

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Encore slot for TV anime on Sunday for Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines

Internation television channel Animax Asia announced on Monday that it has added a new encore timeslot for the Charlotte TV anime on Sunday at 9:00 p.m. in Jakarta (Indonesia) and Bangkok (Thailand), and 10:00 p.m. in Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines. Animax Asia describes the anime:

Charlotte, rumoured to have been based on Maeda's own early life, is set in an alternate world where a few children come into unusual superpowers upon puberty. One of the colouful characters is Jōjirō Takajyō, who can move so fast he appears to be teleporting. There's also student singer Yusa Nishimori, who can communicate with the dead. The children are enrolled into Houshinomi Academy, which has its own student council for guiding those who encounter problems with their newfound abilities.

The protagonist, Yū Otosaka, an ill-mannered first-year transfer who uses his ability to possess another person's body for five seconds in order to cheat in his exams. When Yū meets school council president Nao Tomori, the fate of these extraordinary children begins to unravel. Will the youthful duo be strong enough to fight their destiny?

The anime premiered in Japan on July 4. Animax Asia is simulcasting the series in Asia as it airs in Japan on Saturday at 11:30 p.m. in Jakarta (Indonesia) and Bangkok (Thailand), and at 12:30 a.m. in Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines.

Yoshiyuki Asai is directing the anime at P.A. Works from an original concept and scripts by Jun Maeda. Kanami Sekiguchi is adapting Na-Ga's original character designs. Lia performs the opening theme song "Bravely You," and Aoi Tada performs the ending theme song "Yake Ochinai Tsubasa." Maeda is composing and writing the lyrics for both songs. The band ZHIEND and the vocalist Marina perform the background music. Maeda also produces the background music compositions, and Hikarisyuyo composes the songs.

Key is releasing the anime in celebration of its 15th anniversary, and the series will be Maeda's second original anime work, with the first being Angel Beats! in 2010. A special for the series has already aired earlier in June introducing the show's staff, story and characters.

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