orange-anime-visual-001-20160925Before you ask: No, this isn’t the show about the women’s prison.

Earlier today, Funimation announced the English dub cast for Orange. The series will star the following:

  • Azusa: Sarah Wiedenheft
  • Takako: Jeannie Tirado
  • Suwa: Jason Liebrecht
  • Hagita: Dave Trosko
  • Kakeru: Micah Solusod
  • Naho: Jill Harris
  • Mother: Caitlin Glass
  • Father: Sonny Strait
  • Teacher: Jeremy Inman

Jerry Jewell will direct the adaptation, which features scripts by Jamie Marchi. Patrick Morphy will work as ADR engineer, while Nathanael Harrison serves as Mix Engineer.

Funimation will start streaming the 91 Days dub on October 24, at 9:30PM.

Orange is based on Ichigo Takano’s manga of the same name. Hiroshi Hamasaki (Steins;Gate, TerraFormars) helmed the project at TMS Entertainment and Telecom Animation Film. Yuko Kakihara (Chihayafuru 2, Undefeated Bahamut Chronicle) was in charge of series composition, while Nobuteru Yuki (Vision of Escaflowne, Kids on the Slope) provided character designs.

The series originally aired during the Summer 2016 broadcast season. Crunchyroll streamed Orange as it aired in Japan. They describe it as:

During the spring of her second year of high school, Naho receives a letter. Its sender is herself from ten years in the future. Naho thinks it’s a prank at first, but when the things written in the letter start to come true one by one, she realizes that the letter is telling her events that will happen in her future. It tells her that she’ll fall in love with Kakeru, a new student who transfers to her school, and that he’ll die in the winter of his 17th year. After learning the regrets and wishes of the 26-year-old Naho following Kakeru’s death, what can the 16-year-old Naho do differently?

Source: Funimation Blog