How Many Seasons Of FLCL: 3 (18 episodes)
|Season 4|| |
|Season 3|| |
Season premieres on September 8, 2018
Finale: October 13, 2018
Adult Swim, 6 episodes
|Season 2|| |
Season premieres on June 2, 2018
Finale: July 7, 2018
Adult Swim, 6 episodes
|Season 1|| |
2003, Adult Swim, 6 episodes
FLCL is on Adult Swim (United States) Saturdays at 6 pm
S3E6 (FullFlat) - Air Date: Oct 13, 2018 (8 months ago)
FLCL Releases Stills For Sequels Alternative and Progressive! - according to Otakumode
First broadcast in Japan between 2000 and 2001, and then in America in 2003, the OVA immediately became a fan favorite with its hilariously memorable characters, wacky humor, and out-of-this-world plot. It won third place in the Fantasia International Film Festival in Canada in 2003, and even set new records for DVD sales in Japan.
FLCL Alternative Releases Trailer Traditionally! - by Bubbleblabber
Hot off the heels of the…perfectly adequate FLCL Progressive, Adult Swim and Production I.G. get ready to kick off the second half of their team up revival of the classic anime FLCL. The new trailer finally gives us a listen at this season’s voice cast in action, as well as some intriguing imagery to get our theories circulating before the release on September 8th.
Japanese Rock Band The Pillows Is a Huge Part of What Makes 'FLCL' So Damn Good - via Thrillist
Out of all the anime that has managed to hit U.S. airwaves, very few shows share the same level of unbridled energy as FLCL. The seminal 2000 miniseries, pronounced "Fooly Cooly," still stands as the one of the format's best portrayals of budding adolescence and the emotional whirlwind that comes with it in scenes that pingpong between stillness and mania at a whiplash-inducing pace. The absurd exploits of despondent 12-year-old Naota Nandaba as he tries to balance family, friendship, and love in the midst of an intergalactic standoff strikes a weird balance between the relatable and ridiculous that usually takes more than a single viewing to "get." Watching the arguments between Naota and the enigmatic, guitar-toting space alien Haruko Haruhara is a perpetual goldmine of comedy. Finally seeing Naota come into his own at the end is as triumphant as it is mind bending.
How To Watch 'FLCL Progressive' - via Comicbook
The English dub cast for the series includes Kari Wahlgren as Haruha Raharu, Allegra Clark as Jinyu, Xanthe Hunyh as Hidomi, Robbie Daymond as Ide, Jon Allen as Mori, Yuri Lowenthal as Marco, Christine Marie Cabanos as Aiko, Julie Ann Taylor as Hinae, Jason Griffith as Marurao, J. David Brimmer as Eye Patch, and Steve Kramer as Tonkichi.