The anime adaptation of Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time is set to premiere next month in Japan. Now, international fans know when to expect the series to become available.
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Netflix announced that the anime would begin streaming internationally in July. The news comes alongside a new trailer for the anime, complete with English subtitles for fans to get excited about.
Check out the Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time trailer below:
Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time will premiere in Japan on April 5, 2022, where it will air across a variety of channels and also stream on Netflix in Japan at the same time. The cast of the series features a handful of regulars from the main Detective Conan anime, including:
- Megumi Han as Haro
- Mikiko Enomoto as Azusa Enomoto
- Asako Dodo as Midori Kuriyama
- Nobuo Tobita as Yuya Kazami
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Acting as a spin-off of the original Detective Conan manga, Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time centers on the character Toru Amuro, also known as Rei Furuya, an agent of the National Police Agency Security Bureau Security Planning Division, and someone who works undercover in the Black Organization to try and root out crime. The series tells the story of how he attempts to balance all of his various jobs while still making sure to stay undercover without blowing any cases.