FilmRise, the New York-based movie and tv studio and streaming community, has bought the North American rights to a big swath of Japanese anime titles, headlined via greater than episodes of the “Yu- Gi-Oh!” franchise.
The handle Konami Cross Media NY, a part of Japan’s Konami Group, grants AVOD streaming rights for the FilmRise Streaming Network, together with apps and unfastened ad-supported TV (FAST) channels.
The Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise is according to the manga collection that impressed a buying and selling card sport performed with monsters, spells, and traps, a number of video video games, and a tv collection.
“This iconic Japanese property will be featured alongside other beloved anime content, on our FilmRise Anime channel a growing new destination for North American anime fans,” stated Max Einhorn, FilmRise’s SVP of acquisitions and co-production.
The video streaming bundle contains 808 episodes of the “Yu-Gi-Oh!” TV collection in English, and 541 dubbed in Spanish. It contains “Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters” (236 episodes x 30 min); “Yu-Gi-Oh! GX” (155 episodes x 30 min); “Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D” (123 episodes x 30 min); “Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL” (146 episodes x 30 min); and “Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V” (148 episodes x 30 min).
FilmRise’s different contemporary anime offers come with: one with Fuji Creative Corporation at Mip-TV, masking “Flame of Recca,” “Ghosts at School,” “GTO,” “Key: The Metal Idol,” “Thermal Romae,” and “Battery”; every other with TMS (“Detective Conan,” “Lupin the Third”); with Nelvana (for “Beyblade” and “Bakugan”) and different with MVD and MediaBlasters.
Founded in 2012 via manufacturers and financiers Danny Fisher, Jack Fisher and Alan Klingenstein, FilmRise gives over 50,000 authorized and initially produced, scripted and unscripted TV episodes and have movies. The corporate’s roster contains: Gordon Ramsay’s “Hell’s Kitchen,” and “Kitchen Nightmares”; Carsey-Werner’s cherished sitcom “3rd Rock From the Sun”; true crime collection “Unsolved Mysteries”; high-tech documentary crime collection “Forensic Files”; and American vintage TV collection “The Rifleman,” “That Girl,” and “The Dick Van Dyke Show.”
FilmRise authentic productions come with true crime collection “Bloodline Detectives Hosted by Nancy Grace,” “Meet, Marry Murder With Michelle Trachtenberg” and PBS documentary collection “Icon: Music Through the Lens.”