The undead series will be streamed on Crunchyroll from April
It was announced at the ZOMBIE LAND SAGA LIVE ~Franchouchou LIVE OF THE DEAD~ R event tonight that the next TV anime season, ZOMBIE LAND SAGA REVENGE, will start broadcasting on Japanese TV on April 8 on Tokyo MX and AT-X. Crunchyroll will be streaming the series at some point afterward. The opening and ending theme song for the series was also revealed.
The undead idol group Franchouchou will be singing the opening theme song "Taiga yo Tomoni Naite Kure" and the ending theme "Yume wo te ni, Modoreru Basho mo Nai Hibi wo." Both songs will be released on CD on May 19, with the rest of the staff to be announced at a later date. Tonight's stage event will be released on Blu-ray in Japan on May 27.
ZOMBIE LAND SAGA REVENGE is scheduled to return to screens on April 8. Crunchyroll will be streaming the next stage, describing the second season as such:
"From throughout the ages, a group of legendary girls have become zombie idols to save Saga Prefecture. It's the return of the cutting-edge zombie idol anime! One day, Minamoto Sakura lost her life in an unfortunate accident. Then, ten years later… After Sakura wakes up in a strange mansion, mysterious idol producer Tatsumi Kotaro tells her that she will be joining a group of legendary girls to form an idol unit. The seven girls are charged with a quest to save the fading Saga Prefecture and adopt the group name Franchouchou. After overcoming the difficulties stemming from their different ages and different periods of history, their undead zombie bodies allow them to defy expectations of what idols can be. During the final winter of the Heisei era they performed their first featured concert at Karatsu's Furusato Exhibition Hall, Arpino, taking another step towards becoming a legend. Now, in the modern Reiwa Era… The curtain rises on a new chapter in the story of Franchouchou, as they march towards a bright future full of hope. "
Source: Comic Natalie
Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram.