Streaming service Netflix has begun listing an April 12th premiere date for the TV anime adaptation of Gamon Sakurai's Ajin sci-fi action horror manga series. The series has been adapted into a trilogy of movies and a TV anime, the latter of which is running this season on MBS and TBS. Polygon Pictures, who worked on Knights of Sidonia, produces the project.
Netflix describes the series:
A teenager discovers that he is an Ajin and flees before the authorities experiment on him. Other Ajin plan to fight back and he must choose a side.
The second part of the anime film trilogy, "Shoutotsu" (Collision), will get a limited theatrical run in Japan for three weeks starting May 6 and that the third part, now officially titled "Shougeki" (Impact), will follow on September 23. The first part "Shoudou" (Impulse) was screened at 30 theaters across Japan for a limited time of two weeks from November 27, 2015.