Case Closed: Zero’s tea time season 1 review

Case Closed: Zero's Tea Time season 1 review


Summary

It’s a warm detective story with wide-ranging and random stories that fill the soul.

This review of the Netflix anime series Case Closed: Zero’s Tea Time season 1 does not contain spoilers. 

Netflix really does enjoy the anime market, and while it isn’t a Crunchyroll-level of library depth, platforming the spin-off to Detective Conan, Japan’s longest-running anime franchise, is undoubtedly a dub if I’ve ever seen one. I came to Netflix with six chapters and was eager to get to know more about the series.

And it was a great experience! While the story is not the most grabbing (I’ve watched a lot of anime), Case Closed: Zero’s Tea Time I was charmed and delighted by the story. The premise follows Rei Furuya (aka Tooru Amuro), who works at a cafe during the day and is a triple agent detective at night — he’s mentored under Mouri and enjoys working under the detective agency. Season 1 has six stories. Rei is able to tackle a variety of small-time tasks while also making some positive personal changes. He’s a character of spinning plates — an easy engageable workaholic.

Bite-sized is what audiences will get. The anime series is brief, sweet, and harmless. Netflix is a hugely popular streaming service. I wondered when Netflix would release more, but we are happy with what we have right now.

Rei Furuya is a simple character, but he can kickstart his action mode whenever he wants. One minute he can be enjoying waiting tables, the next, he’s running down the street after a fugitive. I think that’s what makes the anime series so heartfelt; it’s not too dark, but it is not too light either. It’s a warm detective story with wide-ranging and random stories that fill the soul.

Until next time Case Closed: Zero’s Tea Time.

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This series can be viewed with a Netflix subscription.


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