Fantasy anime based on card battle social game by Gree will air on TV Tokyo and other channels
Seisen Cerberus: Ryukoku no Fatalité, an upcoming fantasy TV anime based on the Seisen Cerberus card battle social game by Gree, begins its Japanese broadcast on April 04, 2016. The current broadcast schedule is as follows:
- TV Tokyo: every Monday during the 25:35 time slot beginning on April 04, 2016.
- TV Osaka: every Monday during the 25:35 time slot beginning on April 04, 2016.
- TV Aichi: every Monday during the 27:05 time slot beginning on April 04, 2016.
- AT-X: The broadcast schedule is still to be determined.
(Some Japanese programming considers early morning programming to be part of the late night programming of the previous day. E.g. The Monday 25:35 time slot is actually 1:35 AM JST on Tuesday.)
The setting of Seisen Cerberus: Ryukoku no Fatalité is a sword & sorcery world where the uneasy balance between three rival kingdoms is overthrown by the arrival of the evil dragon, Daganzord. After being orphaned a decade ago during a failed attempt to seal away the dragon, Heero, the series protagonist, trains as a swordsman and sets out on a quest of revenge to slay Daganzord.
Seisen Cerberu: Ryukoku no Fatalité is directed by Nobuhiro Kondo and features animation production by Bridge.
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