Anime fans can catch the first and exclusive premieres of their favorite anime series this April here on Animax Asia.
New anime including eXpress from Japan title “The Demon Girl Next Door Season 2”, Other first and exclusive Asia premieres include the new seasons of returning fan-favorite anime series, such as the second season of Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon (The Second Act) and the third season of Haikyu!!
The Demon Girl Next Door Season 2
eXpress Title – Same Week as Japan
Premieres April 9, every Saturday at 9:00pm
Shamiko, the girl who woke up with a pair of horns and a tail, has constantly fought to lift the curse of the Dark Clan. With the sudden appearance of a new demon in town, how will this affect Shamiko and her friends in their adventure?
Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon -The Second Act
Premieres April 19, Monday to Friday at 6:30pm, back to back episodes.
Years after the events of Inuyasha, Sesshomaru’s daughter Towa is separated from her twin sister Setsuna and thrown to modern-day Japan through a portal, where she is then raised by Sota Higurashi.
Three unexpected visitors appear at their door one day ten years later, including her sister Setsuna who has now become a demon slayer and Moroha, the daughter of Inuyasha and Kagome. However, Towa discovers that Setsuna and Moroha have no memories of their past, so the girls embark on adventures to recover Setsuna’s memories, as well as discover the truths of their linked destinies.
HAIKYU!! Season 3
Premieres April 20, Monday-Thursday at 9:00pm
Third season of the highly popular volleyball series. Karasuno High must defeat Shiratorizawa Academy to qualify for the national tournament. Karasuno have to use everything that they have learnt so far in order to gain an advantage over their mighty opponents. Filled with excitement and anticipation, both teams are determined to come out on top in the third season of HAIKYU!!
Animax is Asia’s leading destination for Japanese anime and offers a wide variety of programmes from popular genres such as action, romance, horror, supernatural, sci-fi, comedy and slice-of-life. Home to some of the biggest anime titles, which are simulcast with Japan, Animax entertains hardcore fans in more than 38.8 million homes across 13 territories in Asia including the Philippines.
Video-on-demand title are also available on TrueID Philippines. Download the TrueID app on Google Play Store or Apple App Store. You may visit their website at http://www.trueid.ph to stream more anime titles from Animax Asia.