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FUNimation to Stream Live-Action Prison School Drama

FUNimation is fully embracing the debauchery of Akira Hiramoto’s Prison School. The company already streams the J.C. Staff anime adaptation, and now the live-action Prison School drama is on the way. Directed by schlock filmmaker Noboru Iguchi (Machine Girl, Robogeisha, Zombie Ass), the Prison School drama starts streaming with episodes 1 and 2 on November 3 at 12:11pm ET.

After the premiere, future episodes will be broadcast Tuesdays at 10:11am CT. 

Here’s the English promo:

FUNimation’s synopsis:

It’s crude, lewd, and shocking, and now it’s live action! Fresh off the heels of the super-successful anime, Prison School Live Action is a refreshing new take on the scandalous hit manga.

There are five new male students at Hachimitsu Private Academy, the prestigious formerly all-girl’s prep school, and when the boys are caught peeping, things take a turn for the perverted! Now, the boys are stuck in the school’s on campus prison run by the beautiful and ruthless Underground Student Council, and they’ll have to scheme, flirt, and cheat their way out!