Hong Kong-based content distributor MediaLink Entertainment Limited has added romantic-comedy anime series Seton Academy: Join the Pack! to their Ani-One streaming platform.
The first two episodes of the series were uploaded on their YouTube channel last Friday and Saturday, respectively. Subsequent episodes will be made episodes will be made available every Tuesday mornings at 12:00am PHT, within 30 minutes after its initial Japanese telecast.
All episodes are initially available in Chinese subtitles, while English subtitles are added within 24 hours after becoming available online.
At a school for animals, the students’ curricula centers on the idea of “survival of the fittest.” The lone human in the class (who hates animals) and the lone wolf girl in the class meet, and their nonsense academy life begins. (Synopsis from Anime News Network)
Seton Academy: Join the Pack! is an anime adaptation of a romantic-comedy manga series by Bungo Yamashita, which is being published by Cygames since May 2016.
The anime adaptation is directed by Hiroshi Ikehata, who previously worked in the slice-of-life comedy anime Seiyu’s Life!, while Zombie Land Saga scriptwriter Shigeru Murakoshi handling the series composition.
Masakatsu Sasaki, who also worked on Seiyu’s Life!, handles character designs, which is being produced by Studio Gokumi.
The Japanese voice cast are lead by Haruki Ishiya as “Jin Mazama”, Yume Miyamoto as “Hitomi Hino” and Hina Kino as “Ranka Ookami”.
Seton Academy: Join the Pack! will be the fifth simulcast anime title of MediaLink Entertainment’s anime streaming platform, which is available on the video streaming service YouTube.
Show By Rock!! Mashumairesh!! is being streamed every Thursdays nights at 10:30pm PHT, while Infinite Dendrogram follows at 11:00pm PHT.
Medialink Entertainment is a distributor of Japanese anime content and other intellectual properties in Asia since 2000, based in Hong Kong. They have provided content for free-to-air and pay-TV providers, as well as streaming platforms.
In 2016, the company launched their own streaming platform Ani-One, which featured simulcast anime titles and content from their programming library, mostly in Chinese subtitles.