News Funimation to Stream Snow White with the Red Hair Season 2 With Broadcast Dub
posted on 2015-12-21 17:19 EST
North American anime distributor Funimation Entertainment announced on Monday that it will stream the second season of the Snow White with the Red Hair anime beginning on January 12, 2016. Funimation will then offer an English broadcast dub for the second season beginning on February 16.
In addition, Funimation will also offer an English dub for the first season of Snow White with the Red Hair. The dubbed episodes will become available streaming for subscribers on the following schedule:
- Episodes 1-3 – Monday, January 4, 2016
- Episodes 4-6 – Friday, January 8, 2016
- Episodes 7-9 – Friday, January 15, 2016
- Episodes 10-13 – Friday, January 22, 2016
The first season premiered in July and Funimation streamed the series with English subtitles as it aired.
The second season will premiere on January 11.
Masahiro Ando (Hanasaku Iroha - Blossoms for Tomorrow, Blast of Tempest) is directing the anime at the studio BONES. The group eyelis is also returning to provide the ending theme song "Page~Kimi to Tsuzuru Monogatari" (Page~A Story I Weave with You). The group performed the first season's ending theme song "Kizuna ni Nosete" (Placing on Bonds). Saori Hayami is performing the opening theme song "Sono Koe ga Chizu ni Naru" (Your Voice Will Become a Map).
Akiduki's original manga and the anime revolve around Shirayuki (Saori Hayami), a beautiful girl working as a medicine woman who has red hair, which is very rare in her country. When she is proposed to and chased after by Raji (Jun Fukuyama), the prince of her country, she runs away, only to meet Zen (Ryota Ohsaka), the prince of a neighboring country. Finding respect for the young man, she decides to serve at his side as his court doctor.
Akiduki began the manga in LaLa in its September 2006 issue, and Hakusensha shipped the 14th compiled volume of the series on July 3. The limited edition of the manga's 15th volume will bundle a 30-minute anime on DVD on January 5.
Thanks to kenno20081 for the news tip.
Update: Typo fixed. Thanks, Hameyadea.
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