HIDIVE Adds “Doreiku: The Animation” To Spring 2018 Simulcasts


Source: HIDIVE
Summary:

HIDIVE announced that they will stream Doreiku: The Animation as part of their Spring 2018 simulcast lineup. The series will launch on the platform on April 12, 2018 at 17:00 UCT (1:00PM EDT, 10:00AM PDT). A DubCast version is also in the works, which will launch within two weeks of each episode’s air date.


HIDIVE announced that they will stream Doreiku: The Animation as part of their Spring 2018 simulcast lineup. The series will launch on the platform on April 12, 2018 at 17:00 UCT (1:00PM EDT, 10:00AM PDT). A DubCast version is also in the works, which will launch within two weeks of each episode’s air date.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

HIDIVE Spikes the Spring 2018 Season with Dark Psychological Thriller “DOREIKU The Animation” Available in Simulcast and DUBCAST Editions 

HOUSTON TX, April 3, 2018 –  HIDIVE announced today it acquired streaming rights to DOREIKU The Animation for the Spring 2018 simulcast season. The dark psychological thriller premieres Thursday, April 12, 2018, at 17:00 UCT for HIDIVE subscribers in North America, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Latin America, the Netherlands and Scandinavia with new simulcast episodes added weekly.

Series Description:

DOREIKU The Animation explores the twisted dynamic of slave/master relationships in modern-day Tokyo through 23 storylines that intersect to create a complex web of deception and violence. The series will leave viewers questioning society’s morality and wondering how far they would go if they were given ultimate control.

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About HIDIVE

HIDIVE is a streaming service offering subscribers hit titles and a catalog spanning six decades, from the latest simulcasts imported directly from Japan to hidden gems from the golden age of anime. HIDIVE’s unmatched content discovery engine ensures there is always something fresh to watch. The service now features DUBCAST editions, early access local-language dubs of simulcasts directly produced by HIDIVE available two-weeks after the original Japanese broadcast. 

Since launching in 2017, the service has expanded from its browser-based platform to include mobile devices and set-top boxes. The HIDIVE service offers new simulcasts every season, an ever-growing collection of dubs, and exclusives. For more information, or to start a free trial, visit HIDIVE.com. HIDIVE and DUBCAST are trademarks of and © HIDIVE LLC.

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