Japanese broadcast schedule revealed for upcoming TV anime about a "ghost singer" who wears a mask
A new trailer and the official Japanese broadcast schedule have been published for Voice of Fox (known in Japan as Kitsune no Koe), an upcoming original TV anime about a handsome idol who can't really sing and a "ghost singer" who hides his face behind a fox mask. The trailer highlights the opening theme for the series, "COME：BACK Stage!" by LoveDesire.
The story of Voice of Fox follows Hu Li, a "ghost singer" who hides his face behind a fox mask, and Kong Que, an idol with a handsome face but no talent for singing. The two singers don't particularly get along, but together they challenge their rivals in a bid to claw their way to the pinnacle of the idol world.
Voice of Fox is directed by Koujin Ochi and features animation production by Yumeta Company. Voice of Fox will broadcast in Japan according to the following TV schedule:
- Tokyo MX: every Monday during the 25:10 time slot beginning on October 08, 2018.
- AT-X: every Friday during the 22:30 time slot beginning on October 05, 2018.
- BS12: every Wednesday during the 26:00 time slot beginning on October 10, 2018.
Please note that some Japanese TV schedules count early-morning programming as late-night programming of the previous day, so for example the 26:00 time slot on Wednesday evening is actually on Thursday morning at 2:00 AM JST.
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