The Coronavirus (Covid-19) has become the major issue Worldwide causing many countries announcing emergency states even lockdowns to prevent the spread of the pandemic.
The entertainment outlet has taken some huge thumps from this difficulty, and the anime segment isn’t unique. A large number of shows have been postponed as Japan ponders its idea about the infection, and that may mean terrifying news for the remainder of the current year’s anime run.
Yahoo Japan’s most recent report told fans to prepare for sway. It appears to be almost certain continuously that future cours this year will be dropped given the social separating rules affecting Japan. Artists won’t have the option to draw, and voice entertainers will be bolted out of recording stalls. So on the off chance that you thought things were awful now, at that point simply hold up somewhat more.
The article says:
“The anime industry has been hit hard by the spread of the new coronavirus, Production has stopped now that voice actors’ post-production recording was stopped. It seems more works will be postponed.
Currently, Japan broadcasts about 100 anime each year. It is said that it takes about 10 months to produce one cour.
Anime takes the longest time of all programs including dramas and variety shows. Even if production returned to normal, anime cannot be broadcast immediately. There will be more postponed works.”
A lot of major anime series like One Piece and Pokemon have just affirmed their rest plans and Black Clover anime might have hiatus in plans too as some rumors confirmed that but the confirmation didn’t came from the authorities yet.