In Las Vegas, a city where nearly everything is a gamble, the Clark County District Attorney's Office is as close to a sure thing as it gets. Led by District Attorney Steve Wolfson, this diverse and dedicated group of prosecutors rarely ever hears the words "Not Guilty" as they work tirelessly alongside law enforcement to pursue justice in their community. Investigation Discovery's (ID) Sin City Justice, formerly known as Las Vegas Law – grants viewers exclusive access to D.A. Wolfson's powerhouse team as they prepare and prosecute major criminal cases. Shot in cinéma vérité and featuring surveillance footage, police interrogation video, and photography never released before, the series immerses viewers in the high stakes, immensely dramatic environment that makes Vegas distinctive – and its crimes even more so.
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Sin City Justice - The Seven Deadly Sins (manga) - Netflix
The Seven Deadly Sins (Japanese: 七つの大罪, Hepburn: Nanatsu no Taizai) is a Japanese fantasy manga series written and illustrated by Nakaba Suzuki. It has been serialized in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine since October 2012, with the chapters collected into thirty-one tankōbon volumes as of April 17, 2018. The manga features a setting similar to the European Middle Ages, with its titular group of knights representing the seven deadly sins. As of January 2015, The Seven Deadly Sins had sold over 10 million copies. It was adapted into a 24-episode anime television series by A-1 Pictures that aired from October 2014 to March 2015. The manga has been licensed by Kodansha USA for English publication in North America, while the chapters are released digitally by Crunchyroll in over 170 countries as they are published in Japan. Netflix acquired the exclusive English streaming rights for the anime series while Funimation currently has the home video rights. A second season of the anime series began airing on January 13, 2018. An anime film is scheduled to premiere on August 18, 2018.
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In April 2014, the 20th issue of Weekly Shōnen Magazine announced that The Seven Deadly Sins was being adapted into an anime television series. The series debuted on MBS and other Japan News Network stations on October 5, 2014. The staff was revealed in the combined 36/37 issue of the year: created by A-1 Pictures, directed by Tensai Okamura, written by Shōtarō Suga (Lagrange: The Flower of Rin-ne), with Keigo Sasaki (Blue Exorcist) providing character designs and Hiroyuki Sawano composing the music. The show's first opening theme song is “Netsujō no Spectrum” (熱情のスペクトラム, Netsujō no Supekutoramu, “Spectrum of Passion”) performed by Ikimono-gakari for the first twelve episodes and the second opening theme is “Seven Deadly Sins” performed by Man with a Mission, while the first ending theme titled “7-Seven” is a collaboration between Flow and Granrodeo, the second ending theme from episode thirteen onwards is “Season” the major label debut of Alisa Takigawa. A second anime series was confirmed on September 27, 2015 to air in 2016. This turned out to be a four-week anime television special featuring an original story by Nakaba Suzuki, titled The Seven Deadly Sins: Signs of Holy War (七つの大罪 聖戦の予兆, Nanatsu no Taizai: Seisen no Shirushi), that began airing on August 28, 2016 on MBS and TBS. The special was produced by A-1 Pictures, directed by Tomokazu Tokoro, and written by Yuniko Ayana and Yuichiro Kido, featuring character designs by Keigo Sasaki. The music was composed by Hiroyuki Sawano and Takafumi Wada. Its opening theme song is “Classic” by the rock band Mucc and its ending theme is “Iroasenai Hitomi” (色褪せない瞳) by Alisa Takigawa. A commercial following the final episode confirmed a second anime series has been green-lit. The first The Seven Deadly Sins anime series was licensed for English release by Netflix as its second exclusive anime, following their acquisition of Knights of Sidonia. All 24 episodes were released on November 1, 2015 in both subtitled or English dub formats. The Signs of Holy War arc, labeled as “Season 2”, has also been licensed by Netflix and was released on February 17, 2017. On February 14, 2017, Funimation announced that they acquired the first anime for home video distribution for US and Canada and will release the series on Blu-ray and DVD later this year. A second season, titled The Seven Deadly Sins: Revival of The Commandments (七つの大罪 戒めの復活, Nanatsu no Taizai: Imashime no Fukkatsu), was announced at the “Nanatsu no Taizai FES” event in July 2017 and premiered on January 13, 2018. Takeshi Furuta and Takao Yoshioka replaced Tensai Okamura and Shōtarō Suga as director and series composer, respectively, while the other main staff members returned from the first season to reprise their roles.
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