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“SNS Police” Anime Gets New Cast Members and a Premiere Date


Did someone mean-girl tweet you in the dead of night? The SNS Police are on the case!

Earlier today, the staff behind the upcoming SNS Police anime unveiled several cast members, along with the show’s première date. We break the details down below:

Cast

The series will add the following roles:

  • Mochiko Ohkane: Sayuri Matsumura
  • Older Sister: Sakiko Matsui
  • Police Inspector (“Keibu”): Ryoto Yamasato

The following actors were also confirmed, though their specific roles weren’t officially announced.

  • Takayuki Kinoshita
  • Ai Haruna
  • Mariko Shinoda
  • Nana Suzuki
  • Pee
  • Mami Kamura
  • Iori Noguchi
  • Sana Morohashi
  • Bucho
  • Yutaro
  • Ren Koseki
  • VIENNA

Premiere

SNS Police will hit Japanese TV on March 24.

SNS Police will be directed by Senpūkyaku Hoshiko, while Akihisa Yachida is credited as producer.

The SNS Police manga launched on the “kakeru” digital platform in 2015. The series ran through 2016, and was released in a single printed volume in July 2016.

The series is a comedy that revolves around the tituler Social Network Service Police. This elite (can we call it that?) force exists to maintain peace, order, and the status quo on social media networks like Facebook and Twitter. Those who violate these rules are brought to justice with swift, harsh punishments.

Sources: SNS Police will be directed by Senpūkyaku Hoshiko, while Akihisa Yachida is credited as producer.

Sayuri Matsumura, a member of idol group Nogizaka46, will play a lead role in the series.

The SNS Police manga launched on the “kakeru” digital platform in 2015. The series ran through 2016, and was released in a single printed volume in July 2016.

The series is a comedy that revolves around the tituler Social Network Service Police. This elite (can we call it that?) force exists to maintain peace, order, and the status quo on social media networks like Facebook and Twitter. Those who violate these rules are brought to justice with swift, harsh punishments.

Source: Animate Times, Otakomu

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