Carole & Tuesday Anime Streams 3rd Behind-the-Scenes Video
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The official YouTube channel for Carole & Tuesday, the new original anime by supervising director Shinichiro Watanabe (Cowboy Bebop, Kids on the Slope, Terror in Resonance) and anime studio BONES, began streaming the anime's third and final behind-the-scenes "Story of a Miracle" video on Wednesday. The video shows the history of the anime project, a production announcement meeting, recording, Japanese voice dubbing, and video-editing work that led up to the release of the first episode.
The anime premiered on Fuji TV's +Ultra programming block on Wednesday. The show also premiered on Netflix on April 10 in Japan only, with new episodes streaming on Thursdays on Netflix. Netflix has the exclusive worldwide streaming rights to the series, but the anime's website has not announced when the show will start streaming outside of Japan. The series marks the 20th anniversary of BONES and the 10th anniversary of Flying Dog.
The cast members include:
- Miyuri Shimabukuro as Carole (Nai Br.XX as vocalist)
- Kana Ichinose as Tuesday (Celeina Ann as vocalist)
- Sumire Uesaka as Angela (Alisa as vocalist)
- Akio Ohtsuka as Gus
- Hiroshi Kamiya as Tao
- Miyu Irino as Roddy
- Mamoru Miyano as Ertegun
- Kenyuu Horiuchi as Dahlia
- Tomoko Miyadera as Valerie
- Takahiro Sakurai as Spencer
- Maaya Sakamoto as Crystal
- Hiroki Yasumoto as Skip
The website describes the story:
Fifty years have passed since mankind began migrating to the new frontier: Mars.
It's an age where most culture is produced by AI, and people are content to be passive consumers.
There's a girl.
Scrapping a living in the metropolis of Alba City, she's working part-time while trying to become a musician. She's always felt like something is missing.
Her name is Carole.
There's a girl.
Born to a wealthy family in the provincial town of Herschel City, she dreams of becoming a musician, but nobody around her understands. She feels like the loneliest person in the world.
Her name is Tuesday.
A chance meeting brings them together.
They want to sing.
They want to make music.
Together, they feel like they just might have a chance.
The two of them may only create a tiny wave.
But that wave will eventually grow into something larger...
The staff also includes Eisaku Kubonouchi (Chocolat, "Hungry Days" commercials) as original character designer, Aya Watanabe (Carnation, Josee, the Tiger and the Fish) as scriptwriter, and Flying Dog as in charge of music production. The anime is collaborating with synthesizer and keyboard brand Nord and guitar maker Gibson.
Composers for the anime include: Jen Wood (This White Light), Maisa Tsuno (Akai Ko-en), Benny Sings, Lido, Evan “Kidd” Bogart, Tim Rice-Oxley (Keane), Eirik Glambek Bøe (Kings of Convenience), and Nulbarich. Ann and Nai Br.XX will perform both the opening and ending theme songs. Nulbarich is writing and composing the opening theme song "Kiss Me." Benny Sings is writing and composing the ending theme song "Hold Me Now."
Sources: Carole & Tuesday's YouTube channel, Press release