Disney+ Hotstar Adds Tatami Time Machine Blues to the Anime Watchlist — Transcontinental Times

INDIA: Tomihiko Morimi’s Tatami Time Machine Blues arrived on Disney+ Hotstar. The popular psychological and romantic-comedy series is ready to stream for Indian anime fans. The anime debuted on the streaming platform this week.

Following various anime additions last week, Disney+ Hotstar added another renowned anime title to its repertoire. Given the arrival of more anime content, the streaming giant appears to be expanding its anime library.

Disney+ Hotstar released Tatami Time Machine Blues in September 2022

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Tatami Time Machine Blues is based on Tomihiko Morimi and Makoto Ueda’s 2020 novel of the same name. The novel served as a sequel to The Tatami Galaxy, published in 2004. Studio Madhouse developed the anime series based on the first novel debuting in 2010. Studio Science Saru adapted the latest series under the directorial vision of Shingo Natsume.

Disney+ Hotstar started to stream Tatami Time Machine Blues on Wednesday (September 14, 2022). The best aspect of the anime is that it is an ongoing series, so the latest episodes will arrive on the platform every Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. IST. The sci-fi series is available in Japanese audio with English subtitles.

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Besides India, Disney+ Hotstar is also streaming Tatami Time Machine Blues in Japan. The anime arrived in the region on the same day as the Indian release date. The sci-fi series includes a total of six episodes with thirty minutes of runtime. Only five episodes will cover the story from the novel, while the sixth episode will cover the original story, which will be a Disney+ exclusive.

After the Tatami Time Machine Blues completes its run, Disney will also release the theatrical version of the full series compiled into a full-fledged movie. The anime feature will arrive in theatres on September 30, 2022, for a limited time of three weeks.

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Recently, Disney+ Hotstar also unveiled the new anime titles available for streaming. On September 9, 2022, the streaming giant added Overlord, Dr Stone Ryusui, Tomodachi Game, Dance Dance Danseur, Faraway Paladin, Platinum End, and Black Rock Shooter Dawn Fall to the anime watchlist.

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