An animated trailer for a Netflix show called “The Orbital Children” shows five kids who are trying to stay alive in space. Space-themed anime The Orbital Children has a new trailer on Netflix. In the future, space travel is common and humans can live on the moon. it has six episodes. There will be three episodes on the streamer only on January 28, and only in Japanese theatres on the same day.
The trailer gives us a tense look at how bad things are for the kids in the movie. Afterward, we see that the hotel is falling apart. Water is flooding the station and holes in the walls are threatening to let the kids out into the open space. There are bigger forces at work here, though. World leaders talk about a terrorist plot, the kids see an attack ship near the hotel, and through social media, they get the message that “36.79 percent of mankind must be eliminated.” People keep talking about a Seven Poem that seems to have predicted all of this.
There is a big announcement with the trailer, and it shows who the main voice actors are for the show. Stars: Touya Sagami is played by Natsumi Fujiwara, Azumi Waki, Kensho Ono, Chinatsu Akasaki, and Mariya Ise are the other main characters in the show.
About (2022) The Orbital Children
Children from Earth and the Moon are left behind after a terrible accident at a new Japanese space hotel. The Orbital Children tells the story of five kids, two of whom were born on the Moon and three who were born on Earth. Children will be able to use some tools when they grow up because technology has changed so much in 2045. Social networks and AI are always around, and the internet is always on. The group has a narrowband, some low-smart AI, a social network, and a drone piloted by an AR device. They work together to stay alive in a place that is quickly becoming uninhabitable for humans.
Iso has been in the business for a long time. He has worked as a director and animated for big shows like Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam, Neon Genesis Evangelion, and Ghost in the Shell. Toshiyuki Inoue and Kenichi Yoshida will write and direct The Orbital Children. Yoshida is in charge of character design and Inoue is in charge of animation. Production +h is making the show.
The first three episodes of The Orbital Children will be available on Netflix and in theatres on January 28, 2022. The last three will be available on February 11, 2022.