Anime: Summer Time Rendering Streams For Free on Disney+ Hotstar: OTT platforms gave us a wider option to watch anything or anytime. There are many international and national series, films, and documentaries released or streamed on these platforms and in many languages. Japanese anime is now also released on these platforms along with English subtitles and international audiences are happy with it and currently watching it. Now another anime series is currently streaming on an OTT platform and most of you are not aware of it here we are updating to share the information so that you don’t miss out to watch. Read the next paragraph to know about it.
Summer Time Rendering Anime On Disney+ Hotstar
On Wednesday, 19th October 2022, Disney+Hotstar started telecasting the anime of the suspense manga of Yasuki Tanaka whose title is “Summer Time Rendering“. The viewers don’t need to wait to watch the episodes every week as the streaming service has already uploaded all the episodes of the anime on the platform. This anime was earlier launched on 14th April 2022 on BS11 and Tokyo MX channels. Now The Walt Disney Company is streaming the latest and new anime throughout the world as well as on Disney+service in the country of Japan.
The reports are further stating that TVer will also stream the series in Japan after the telecast. The whole manga has covered 25 episodes which means it will finish quickly to watch. The 2nd half of the anime launched on 7th July 2022. Now the fans are super excited to watch the anime and the streaming service explains the story which reads that “Shinpei comes up from the funeral of his friend named Ushio. She subsequently drowns, but something is off.”
This anime adopted the manga series and the anime version is constructed under the direction of Ayumu Watanabe. The series composition and script of the series were handled by Hiroshi Seko. The character designer of the series is Miki Matsumoto. The 1st opening theme of the anime series is “The Stars Swim” which was performed by Macaroni Enpitsu a rock band. The ending theme of the series “Kaika” was performed by cadode.
In the month of October 2017, Tanaka introduced the manga which was streamed on Shonen Jump+, and the 13th which is also the final volume of the series shipped in the month of April 2021. The manga series is also available in English and those who want to read it can check it out on MANGA Plus. Apart from written and anime versions the makers also planning to have the series in the form of a game which will available to play on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 on 26th January 2023.