FUNimation Entertainment has announced that it will simulcast the Vivy -Fluorite Eye’s Song- anime, starting with the first two episodes on April 3, 2021. FUNimation will simulcast the anime in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, the United Kingdom and Ireland. The anime will also stream on AnimeLab in Australia and New Zealand, and on Wakanim in France, Germany, Russia, and Scandinavia.
The story takes place in “Nialand,” where “dreams, hope, and science” exist together as an AI theme park. The theme park is where the first autonomous humanoid AI is born. Vivy is an AI who sings on stage for park attendees every day, as it is her directive to “make everyone happy through song.” She performs wholeheartedly for the attendees in the park. One day, an AI named Matsumoto appears before her. He says he has come from 100 years in the future with the directive of “working with Vivy to correct history, and to stop the war between AI and humans that breaks out 100 years from now.” The 100-year journey of the AI songstress Vivy begins.
Tappei Nagatsuki created the story and wrote the scripts. Vivy Score is credited with the original story. Shinpei Ezaki is directing the anime at Wit Studio, and Yūsuke Kubo is the assistant director. loundraw is the original character designer, and Yūichi Takahashi is adapting those designs for animation and is also the chief animation director alongside Takuma Ebisu. Satoru Kousaki is composing the music.
Vivy -Fluorite Eye’s Song- is scheduled to premiere on Japanese television on April 3, 2021.