The Millionaire Detective Balance: Unlimited Season 2 Release Date!
The Millionaire Detective Balance: Unlimited (also known as Fugou Keiji Balance Unlimited) is an anime directed by Tomohiko Ito and produced by CloverWorks. The anime is based on the novel The Millionaire Detective by Yasutaka Tsutsui.
The anime premiered on April 9, 2020 but was cancelled after only two episodes due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It returned to the air on July 16, 2020 and lasted until September 24, 2020.
The series follows Daisuke Kambe, the head of the wealthy and powerful Kambe family and a police detective at the Metropolitan Police Department’s Modern Crime Prevention Headquarters. Haru Katou, his partner, is constantly irritated by Daisuke’s use of bribery and his personal wealth to solve problems.
The Millionaire Detective Balance: Unlimited Season 2 Release Date
The Millionaire Detective Balance: Unlimited is unlikely to be renewed because CloverWorks rarely runs series that last more than one season. CloverWorks’ rare anime renewals have proven to be extremely popular. Furthermore, The Millionaire Detective Balance: Unlimited falls short of CloverWorks’ more popular series, such as The Promised Neverland.
If the show gets a second season, it will most likely be near the end of or after 2022. People are understandably hoping for more, with the relationship between Kambe and Katou being a major draw for viewers.
The Millionaire Detective Balance: Unlimited Season 1 Recap
The Millionaire Detective Balance: Unlimited is a lighthearted and comedic buddy-cop style show that focuses on the main characters Daisuke Kambe and Haru Katou’s relationship. Daisuke Kambe’s motto, “money can solve any problem,” is a particularly frequent punchline, with each episode including a counter for the costs incurred as a result of their shenanigans. The costs incurred total unlimited in the final episode of the first season, episode 11.
The show deviates slightly from its source material, The Millionaire Detective by Yasutaka Tsutsui. It emphasizes comedic events more and gives the story a lighter tone.
The Millionaire Detective Balance: Unlimited Season 2 Characters
Daisuke Kambe, one half of the deuteragonist duo, is a police officer born into opulence. He believes that money can solve any problem and frequently uses it to do his work for him. He works in the Metropolitan Police Department’s Modern Crime Prevention Headquarters, aided by his artificial intelligence butler HEUSC.
Daisuke Kambe brings his own skills to the job, in addition to his seemingly infinite number of expensive gadgets that aid in his investigations. He is intelligent and capable of remaining calm in the most stressful situations. He is also a skilled fighter who can fight hand-to-hand. Despite Katou’s initial dislike, Kambe is amused and even fond of him.
Yusuke Onuki is his Japanese seiyuu, and Adam Rowe is his English voice actor.
Haru Katou is Daisuke Kambe’s partner and the other half of the deuteragonist duo. He is a dedicated police officer who is usually good at his job, but he is forced to transfer from Division 1 to the Metropolitan Police Department’s Modern Crime Prevention Headquarters after embarrassing the force while on the job. He is a protective person with a quick temper; he is especially irritated by Daisuke’s insistence on using money and bribery to get his way.
His Japanese seiyuu is Mamoru Miyano, who is known for a variety of roles such as Light Yagami in Death Note, Osamu Dazai in Bungou Stray Dogs, and Rin Matsuoka in Free! , Persona 5’s Ryuji Sakomoto, Ouran High School Host Club’s Tamaki Suou, and Tales of Vesperia’s Flynn Scifo. Ricco Fajardo, who played Mirio Togata in My Hero Academia, Itona Horibe in Assassination Classroom, and Kotaro Tatsumi in Zombie Land Saga, is his English voice actor.
Where To Watch the Millionaire Detective Balance: Unlimited Online?
The Millionaire Detective Balance: Unlimited is available on Netflix in India. It contains all 11 episodes from the first season, each lasting 22 minutes. The English dub, however, is not available on Netflix; only the original Japanese audio with either Japanese or English subtitles are available. The English dub of The Millionaire Detective Balance: Unlimited is also available on Funimation’s streaming service. Unfortunately, only those in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, and Ireland have access to this.
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