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When Does ‘Buddy Daddies’ Episode 1 Come Out? | Release Date & Where to Watch

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Buddy Daddies is an upcoming Japanese anime television series about two hitmen who are forced to live together and forget their differences to take care of a five-year-old girl. The show is an original animated series written by Vio Shimokura and Yuuko Kakihara. The show is directed by Yoshiyuki Asai and is scheduled to be released on January 7, 2023.

The characters are designed by Katsumi Enami and are adapted by Souichirou Sako for the animated program. The theme songs of the series are composed by Ayase and DURDN. Crunchyroll has licensed the show and is scheduled to stream on Tokyo MX, Mētele, GTV, BS11, and GYT.

The artists that have given their voices to these characters are;

Toshiyuki Toyonaga is Kazuki Kurusu, a man struggling to have a good relationship despite having good communication skills.

Kouki Uchiyama is Rei Suwa, a man raised to be an assassin who has never known anything other than violence.

Hina Kino is Miri Unasaka, a four-year-old girl born into a family connected with human trafficking.

The tagline of the show reveals that this show is about two completely different individuals who end up raising a little girl. The show begins when Kazuki Kurusu and Rei Suwa meet Miri, who is looking for her father on Christmas Day. This forced the two to start living together and become roommates.

The show can be seen outside Japan because of Crunchyroll. Fans can stream the show on the Networks mentioned above at 12:00 a.m. Japanese Standard Time.

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