If you have been curious about how many episodes of Buddy Daddies will air, you are at the right place. All the details are given below.
What happens when an assassin decides to adopt a child? Total Chaos! Professional killers Kazuki and Rei take in Miri after her father dies in a shoot-out. The anime depicts a hilarious series of events, as they struggle to take care of her as her new guardians.
Viewers who have been looking for childcare anime after Spy x Family can add this to their watchlist. The story is completely different, but the vibes are similar.
Here’s a complete episode guide containing information about the plot, schedule, and number of episodes in this series.
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Buddy Daddies: List of Episodes
The series has aired 5 episodes till now. The English dubbed version has 2 released 2 episodes. The latest episode comes out every Saturday at 12 AM JST. The English dub will be released soon after.
Buddy Daddies will have 13 episodes in total. The schedule up to the last week of February has been announced.
Here’s the list of episodes with their release dates and other important details:
|Episode||Title||Original Air Date||Directed By||Storyboarded by|
|1||Piece of Cake||7th January 2023||Tomoaki Ota||Yoshiyuki Asai|
|2||The Kiss of Death||14th January 2023||Noriyoshi Sasaki||Yoshiyuki Asai|
|3||Spice of Life||21st January 2023||Shin’ya Kawatsura||Jong Heo; Yoshiyuki Asai|
|4||What Will Be, Will Be||28th January 2023||Masakazu Takahashi||Jong Heo|
|5||Crunch Time||4th February 2023||Tetsuo Ichimura||Tetsuo Ichimura|
|6||TBA||11th February 2023||TBA||TBA|
|7||TBA||18th February 2023||TBA||TBA|
|8||TBA||25th February 2023||TBA||TBA|
Buddy Daddies: Overview
Buddy Daddies is an original story created by Vio Shimokura and Yuko Kakihara, meaning it is not based on a manga or a light novel. It is inspired by some members of the staff who have children.
The story revolved around Kazuki Kusuru and Rei Suwa, assassins by profession. Each of them has a dark past: Kazuki lost his family due to his job and Rei trained to be an assassin under strict conditions since childhood.
While on an assignment, Kazuki finds a 4-year-old Miri Unasaka looking for her father. The target of the assassination turns out to be her father.
After their father’s death, Kazuki and Rei become her guardians. But taking care of a child is not as easy as it sounds. They go through all kinds of trouble as they struggle to keep their profession a secret while managing Miri.
Buddy Daddies is animated by P.A. Works. The opening theme song is “Shock!” by Ayase, while the ending theme song is “My Plan” by DURDN. The art in both the OP and ED is a treat for the eyes.
The anime has a rating of 7.76 on MAL, with mostly positive responses from the viewers. It is expected to increase as the story goes further.
Where to watch Buddy Daddies?
Buddy Daddies is available on multiple platforms around the world. Here’s a complete list of platforms streaming the Japanese dub of the series:
- Tokyo MX
- Aniplus TV
- Bahamut Anime Crazy
Crunchyroll is streaming both the Japanese and English dubbed versions with subtitles.
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Buddy Daddies: Cast
The voice actors of the series have done a great job of voicing the characters. Miri’s cuteness, Kazuki’s playful yet serious demeanor, and Rei’s stoic personality is perfectly captured.
Here’s the cast for the main characters of the anime in various versions:
|Character||Japanese Cast||English Cast|
|Miri Unasaka||Hina Kino||Emi Lo|
|Kazuki Kusuru||Toshiyuki Toyonaga||Landon McDonald|
|Rei Suwa||Kouki Uchiyama||David Matranga|
|Kyutaro Kugi||Toshiyuki Morikawa||Austin Tindle|
|Ryo Ogino||Mitsuaki Madono||John Gremillion|
Make sure to watch “Buddy Daddies” on the platforms mentioned above. We will keep this page updated as more episodes come out. For the latest news on anime, manga, and manhwa, check out the Recent Highlights website.
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