The Anime Network To Simulcast Norn9


Source: The Anime Network
Summary:

The Anime Network announced that they will simulcast Norn9 on their digital platform. The series is available to Anime Network Online subscribers in the following regions:


  • USA
  • Canada
  • the UK
  • Ireland
  • South Africa
  • Latin America
  • the Netherlands
  • Scandinavia
  • Turkey
  • the Middle East
  • North Africa

Simulcasting kicked off on January 7. New episodes will be added on Thursdays at 8:30AM Eastern.


The Anime Network announced that they will simulcast Norn9 on their digital platform. The series is available to Anime Network Online subscribers in the following regions:


  • USA
  • Canada
  • the UK
  • Ireland
  • South Africa
  • Latin America
  • the Netherlands
  • Scandinavia
  • Turkey
  • the Middle East
  • North Africa

Simulcasting kicked off on January 7. New episodes will be added on Thursdays at 8:30AM Eastern.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

“Norn9” now Simulcasting on Anime Network Online

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HOUSTON, January 8, 2016 Anime Network announced the simulcast of Norn9. Episodes for this much anticipated title, based on the popular otome game, will be available to stream through ANO’s subscription plan in the USA, Canada, the UK, Ireland, South Africa, Latin America, the Netherlands, Scandinavia, Turkey, the Middle East, and North Africa.

Simulcasting began on January 7, 2016, and new episodes will be available every Thursday at 8:30 AM EST.

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