Previously, Indonesian TV station NET. has announced will air Detective Conan (Case Closed) anime TV Series after its 6 years hiatus from Indonesian TV. On Saturday (30/8), NET. has revealed that Detective Conan‘s broadcast will start on September 5, 2020, at 1930 West Indonesia Time.
The news of it rebroadcast first broke on June when NET. social media account posted the trailer of the anime with Indonesian dub. In the trailer, voice actor Ahmad Zulkifli Lubis is no longer voicing Conan as he had done in previous broadcast. He has been replaced for the role by Leni M Tarra, who previously voiced Conan in Episode One: The Great Detective Turned Small special episode.
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Detective Conan, or known in Japanese as Meitantei Conan, is an anime series adapted from the manga by Gosho Aoyama. Detective Conan tells of a high school boy named Shinichi Kudo whose body was shrunk after he was poisoned by a mysterious organization. Disguising himself as an elementary school boy Conan Edogawa, Shinichi must solve various crime cases while investigating the mysterious organization that has shrunk his body.
Detective Conan has been serialized in Weekly Shonen Sunday since 1994 and is still continuing today. In Indonesia, the comic has been published by Elex Media Komputindo and frequently becomes the publisher’s best-selling title. The series has also produced various animated films and live-action drama series. In Indonesia, Detective Conan Anime TV series used to be aired by Indosiar until 2014.
The Indonesian Anime Times