South East Asian Pay TV Anime Channel Animax Asia announced via the updated program schedule line up that they will air the 2021 horror anime “Shadow House” this September.
As per programme schedule given by one of the local pay TV provider to O’Taco Bites, Shadow House will premiere this September 20, Mondays and Tuesdays at 10pm.
Shadows House is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by the duo So-ma-to. An anime television series adaptation by CloverWorks aired from April to July 2021.
Synopsis:Synopsis taken from Wikipedia
In a grandiose and dark mansion, the denizens of the Shadow House live, attended by their Living Doll partners who endlessly clean the soot their masters emit. Emilico, a young and cheerful Living Doll, is delighted to start serving her mistress Kate. As the two grow closer and are slowly exposed to various events within the House, they start to discover a number of dark secrets.
Aside from that, some of your favorite anime will also have a rerun this month of September! See the schedule(s) below:
|The Ryuo’s Work is Never Done!|
September 2, Weeknights – 6:00 PM
|One Punch Man (Season 2)|
September 2, Weeknights – 9:00 PM
|Lupin The 3rd Part 5|
September 2, Wednesdays-Fridays – 10:00 PM
|Land of the Lustrous|
September 6, Weekdays – 5:30 PM
|Real Girl (Season 1)|
September 6, Weeknights – 7:30 PM
September 8, Tuesdays-Fridays – 9:30 PM
(Weeknights – 9:30 PM starting September 27)
|Golden Kamuy (Season 1)|
September 14, Mondays-Tuesdays – 10:00 PM
|TWOCAR – Racing Sidecar|
September 15, Tuesdays-Wednesdays – 7:00 AM
|A Destructive God Sits Next to Me|
September 15, Wednesdays-Thursdays – 8:00 PM
|Spooky Kitaro 6|
September 17, Weeknights – 6:30 PM
|Rokudenashi Majutsu Koushi to Akashic Records|
September 20, Weeknights – 6:00 PM
|To The Abandoned Sacred Beasts|
September 20, Weeknights – 9:00 PM
September 22, Weekdays – 5:30 PM
|Real Girl (Season 2)|
September 22, Weeknights – 7:30 PM
|The Seven Deadly Sins|
September 30, Wednesdays-Fridays – 10:00 PM
Animax is Asia’s leading destination for Japanese anime and offers a wide variety of programmes from popular genres such as action, romance, horror, supernatural, sci-fi, comedy and slice-of-life. Home to some of the biggest anime titles, which are simulcast with Japan, Animax entertains hardcore fans in 45 million homes across 16 territories in Asia including the Philippines.
Animax Asia is available on SkyCable, Cignal TV, SatLite TV, GSAT, Cablelink and most of the local pay TV providers in the Philippines. For more information, go to http://www.animax-asia.com