Funimation's Prison School Trailer Previews Broadcast Dub, Cast

FUNimation Entertainment began streaming a trailer for its broadcast dub of the Prison School TV anime on Tuesday. The video previews the English dub for the show.

In addition, Funimation also announced the English dub casts for the show on Tuesday. The Prison School cast, under ADR Director Sonny Strait, and ADR engineers Jeremy Woods and Patrick Morphy, include:

Austin Tindle as Kiyoshi Eric Vale as Gakuto Sonny Strait as Andre Chris Bevins as Joe Clifford Chapin as Shingo Tia Ballard as Mari Whitney Rodgers as Meiko Alexis Tipton as Hana Kristen McGuire as Chiyo Smokey Delange as Chairman

Funimation describes the series:

Hachimitsu Academy, a prestigious, historically all-girls school, has finally become co-ed. Average teen, Kiyoshi, is one of five boys to enroll. What he doesn't know is that the school is clandestinely ruled by an Underground Student Council of ruthless, cruel, totally hot female students! And when the boys get caught peeping, they're sent to the school's prison, which is run by the brutally seductive warden, who also happens to be the VP of the Underground Student Council. After the boys are forced endure manual labor, whips, and chains, they'll be left wishing they were locked up with actual criminals! - See more at:

The series premiered on July 10, and Funimation is already streaming the series with English subtitles in North America, as it airs in Japan.

Tsutomu Mizushima (Girls und Panzer, Shirobako) is helming the project at J.C. Staff, working off of scripts supervised by Michiko Yokote (Valkyria Chronicles, Shirobako). Junichirō Taniguchi (Puella Magi Madoka Magica films, Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun) designed the characters, and is also serving as chief animation director.

NARASAKI composed the show's opening theme song "Ai no Prison" with lyrics by Kenji Ohtsuki, while Ryuji Takagi composed the ending theme song "Tsumibukaki Oretachi no Sanka" with lyrics by Kiyomi Kumano. The five main male cast members are singing both songs under the group name "Kangoku Danshi" (Prison Boys).

North American publisher Yen Press licensed Akira Hiramoto's original manga for North America.