The Anime Network To Simulcast Rin-Ne Season 2


Source: The Anime Network
Summary:

The Anime Network announced that they will simulcast the second season of Rin-Ne. The series will kick off on April 9, at 7:00AM Eastern (10:00AM Pacific) for users in the United States, Canada, and Latin America.


The Anime Network announced that they will simulcast the second season of Rin-Ne. The series will kick off on April 9, at 7:00AM Eastern (10:00AM Pacific) for users in the United States, Canada, and Latin America.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Anime Network Online to Simulcast “RIN-NE 2”

Rin-Ne Season 2 Visual 002 - 20160120HOUSTON, March 30, 2016 – This Spring 2016 anime season, return to the spirit world with RIN-NE 2 on Anime Network Online (ANO).

Based on the manga by legendary mangaka Rumiko Takahashi (Inuyasha, Ranma 1Ž2, Maison Ikkoku), RIN-NE 2 picks up where the first season left off with poverty-stricken Rinne Rokudo still desperately trying to make ends meet through a series of (very) odd jobs, including purifying spirits and escorting them to the Wheel of Reincarnation. In between fights with malevolent damishigami (including his scheming father, the president of the Damishigami Company), Rinne has to deal with meddling black cats, love struck shinigami girls, and even more romantic misunderstandings with Sakura Mamiya!

ANO subscribers in the United States, Canada, and Latin America will be able to stream new simulcast episodes of RIN-NE 2 every Saturday at 7 AM EDT, starting on April 9th.

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Anime Network Online (ANO) is a leading independent streaming service that specializes in distributing classic, new, and simulcast Japanese animation titles to fans throughout North America and select countries across the globe on a title by title basis. With thousands of hours of anime programming refreshed monthly, ANO’s offering is as deep as it is diverse. ANO’s library features both dubbed and subtitled anime with the goal to deliver language accessible high-quality anime selections to its passionate international community.

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