Hideaki Nakano-directed adaptation arrives this spring
Ryo Hanada's urban fantasy manga Devils' Line—released in North America by Vertical—is coming to TV in Japan this April, and Sentai Filmworks announced its license of the series. The distributor has acquired the rights in North America, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, Scandinavia, South Africa, Spain, Portugal, and the Netherlands.
Devils' Line is coming to select digital outlets as part of the spring 2018 simulcast season, with a home video release to follow.
Sentai describes it like so:
Set in a shadowy, often violent world where vampires repress their bloodlust to survive alongside humanity, a chance encounter and unlikely entanglement risk exposing the darkness that lies in every heart.
The Devils' Line TV anime is directed by Yoshinobu Tokumoto and Hideaki Nakano and features animation by Platinum Vision. Devils' Line will broadcast in Japan on AT-X beginning on April 07, 2018, with additional broadcasts to follow on Tokyo MX, BS11, Sun TV, and KBS Kyoto.