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PuraOre! Pride of Orange Releases Premiere Date! Story & Cast Insights Inside

PuraOre! Pride of Orange has a premiere date!

The official website for the upcoming sports anime PuraOre! Pride of Orange announced on Monday that its television series premieres on October 6, 2021, on multiple Japanese streaming services.

Programming Schedule:

  • ABEMA Anime channel: From October 6, every Wednesday at 22:30
  • TOKYO MX: From October 6 at 23:00, every Wednesday at 23:00
  • Sun TV: From October 6, every Wednesday at 24:00
  • Tochigi TV: From October 6, every Wednesday at 25:00
  • Gunma TV: From October 6, every Wednesday at 25:00
  • Okayama Broadcasting: From October 6, every Wednesday at 25:15
  • TV Aichi: From October 6, every Wednesday at 25:40
  • Hokkaido Bunka Housou: From October 6, every Wednesday at 25:40
  • BS NTV: From October 6, every Wednesday at 24:00
  • Shin-Etsu Broadcasting: From October 8, every Friday at 26:55
  • Aomori Broadcasting: From October 8, every Friday at 25:56
  • ANIMAX: From October 9, every Saturday at 20:00

Furthermore, it’s confirmed that the main voice cast of the anime will make an appearance at the “Kyoto International Manga and Anime Fair (KyoMafu) 2021”, which will be held on September 18 and 19. Apparently, the cast is going to reveal some latest information on a special talk show event.

Plot:

A mixed-media project produced by CyberAgent and DMM Games, this anime revolves around the concept of girls ice hockey. To begin with, two sisters Manaka and Ayaka Mizusawa come across Nikko city’s ice hockey team through their friends. However, they don’t have any knowledge about the sport. Eventually, after going through the practice, they become passionate about the game.

Produced by CA Animation and animated by C2C, Takebumi Anzai is the director of this TV series, while Touko Machida administered the series composition, and Kii Tanaka designed the characters. MONACA and Yōhei Kisara composed the music for the series.

Voice cast:

  • Rie Masuda for Manaka Mizusawa.
  • Satomi Hongo for Yu Kiyos.
  • Mayu Sagara for Ayaka Mizusawa
  • Saika Kitamori for Riko Saginuma
  • Asuka Shioiri for Naomi Takagi
  • Yukari Moriyama for Kaoruko Yanagida
  • Yoshino Aoyama for Mami Ono

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