Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time is an upcoming spinoff anime that’s set to premiere on TV in Japan on April 4, and now it has a release window for other regions. Netflix announced plans to stream the series worldwide outside of Japan starting this July, and a new English-subtitled trailer is here to promote it.
Directed by Tomochi Kosaka (ReLIFE) and produced by TMS Entertainment, the Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time anime features cast members returning from the main series. This includes Toru Furuya as Rei Furuya/Toru Amuro, Megumi Han as Haro, Mikiko Enomoto as Azusa Enomoto, Asako Dodo as Midori Kuriyama and Nobuo Tobita as Yuya Kazami, among others.
Takahiro Arai’s spinoff manga of the same name kicked off in the pages of Weekly Shonen Sunday back in May 2018, following the “threefaced” operative known as Rei Furuya to the police, Toru Amuro under the guise of a private detective/waiter at Café Poirot and Bourbon as a Black Organization member.