Guilty Crown

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  • TV-14
  • 2011
  • 1 Season
  • 7.1  (4,577)

The television series Guilty Crown is an animated program centered on the life of a boy known as Shu Ouma. The series all began when this boy at the age of seventeen got blessed and had just obtained the ability to pull out weapons and arms known as voids from others. This ability was known in that locality as the power of Kings. He had a mark on his right arm known as the King's mark. Ouma decided to become a member of a popular group in the country known as the Undertakers. This group was made up of individuals who were determined to fight for the independence of their country and regain it from the GHQ which was an international organization controlling Japan. The reason why Japan was under the control of this international organization was because after the outburst of a deadly virus in the country known as the Apocalypse Virus this organization stepped in to take over the control of the country for some time. Its purpose f coming to the country was to assist in restoring Japan back to its normal state with order through proper intervention and this was in exchange for its independence. Ouma's life saw a drastic change after he came across a lady known as Yuzuriha Inori. He met her on his way home from one day. This girl was also a dedicated member of the rebellious group that wanted to regain the country's independence and send the organization out of Japan. Yuzuriha was a singer and very talented with issues related to the internet and related technological applications. Ouma had always been one of Yuzuriha's admirers for she sang so well. But he never knew she was into the internet as well and was so excited to find out about that too. The series was written by Hiroyuki Yoshimo was directed by Tetsuro Araki and it aired on Fuji TV. It was produced by Production I.G Studio.

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Seasons
Convergence (Prayer)
22. Convergence (Prayer)
March 22, 2012
The Fourth Apocalypse is upon us.
Emergence (Eclosion)
21. Emergence (Eclosion)
March 15, 2012
As Funeral Parlor and the U.N. troops converge on Ward 24 - for drastically different reasons - Inori hovers on the edge of becoming Mana. Meanwhile, the mysterious boy who first took her finally reveals his plans for Shu and Gai.
A Diary (Remembrance)
20. A Diary (Remembrance)
March 8, 2012
Ten years ago on Christmas Eve, Mana, Shu, and Gai had a fateful encounter in a church. That's the story we already know. The story we don't know: where were their parents?
Rebirth (Atonement)
19. Rebirth (Atonement)
March 1, 2012
Things have gone too far, and as a mother, it's up to Haruka to do something about it. But fortunately or unfortunately, no one in her life seems willing to let her - and she's not the only one who's made a decision.
Dear... (Vagrants)
18. Dear... (Vagrants)
February 23, 2012
Gai is back, but he doesn't seem like the man he was before. The Funeral Parlor regulars are in shock, Shu and Inori are in hiding, and Arisa's not having much luck winning friends on any side of this fight.
Exodus (Revolution)
17. Exodus (Revolution)
February 16, 2012
Discontent within the ranks of the school is reaching fever pitch as the Exodus approaches.
The Tyrant (Kingdom)
16. The Tyrant (Kingdom)
February 9, 2012
Welcome to Tokyo: a ravaged world under merciless totalitarian rule. More and more of Shu's old friends are seeing a side of him they never imagined possible... and Shu's about to see a new side of the Voids, too.
Sacrifice (Confession)
15. Sacrifice (Confession)
February 2, 2012
Shu is conflicted about the Void ranking system, the student body is creaking under the tension, and vaccine stores are running low. At this rate, something - or someone - is going to snap.
Election (Turbulence)
14. Election (Turbulence)
January 26, 2012
Rumors are flying about what's happening to people in the quarantine zone, and Arisa is losing control over the frenzied student body. To make matters worse, someone's let it slip that turning in members of Funeral Parlor might be their ticket to freedom.
Isolation (School)
13. Isolation (School)
January 19, 2012
Two weeks after the sealing of Mana, Shu and his friends are now cut off from their families and from all of society as GHQ completely blockades off the heart of the city.
Temptation (Rebirth)
12. Temptation (Rebirth)
January 12, 2012
Inori's been kidnapped by forces intent on performing a secret ceremony, and the only way for Shu to get her back is to remember what really happened on December 24th, 2029.
Resonance (Sympathetic Vibration)
11. Resonance (Sympathetic Vibration)
December 22, 2011
GHQ is awash in blood, chaos and song. As the Cancer sweeps over Tokyo, Shu faces the truth about friendship and the consequences of inaction.
Retraction (Degeneration)
10. Retraction (Degeneration)
December 15, 2011
Shu's having horrible flashbacks, both to images of his battle with Jun and to other, even more upsetting images that soon have him quitting Funeral Parlor and alienating the people in his life.
Prey (Predation)
9. Prey (Predation)
December 9, 2011
Yahiro reappears with Jun, who's in Stage V Apocalypse disease and can no longer battle the cancer. With Gai out of town, Shu's left to make a command decision. But he AND the enemy are about to learn the virus doesn't work the way they think it does...
Courtship Behavior (Hot Summer Day)
8. Courtship Behavior (Hot Summer Day)
December 2, 2011
Gai sends Shu on a mission to Oshima, where he hopes to find "the rock that started it all." Shu's whole school club gets a free vacation as his cover, but using other people for his own ends still doesn't sit well with him.
Temptation (Round Dance)
7. Temptation (Round Dance)
November 24, 2011
Shu's mother finally comes home, only to find her son living with a girl and an underwear-transporting robot. Elsewhere, a key strategic asset for Funeral Parlor is being targeted by a missile-happy American who's just joined GHQ.
Leukocytes (Cage)
6. Leukocytes (Cage)
November 17, 2011
A change in circumstances forces Funeral Parlor to carry out their attack against the Leucocyte with drastically reduced manpower, and that's before Shu pulls out of the mission. Still, learning a few new things about Gai just might change his mind.
A Preparation
5. A Preparation
November 10, 2011
Before Shu can officially join the team, he has to show that he measures up by winning a mock battle against Ayase's Endlave.
Flux
4. Flux
November 3, 2011
Shu learns confusing things about Funeral Parlor's agenda in GHQ custody, and it doesn't help that Gai refuses to answer any questions - or that he breaks into GHQ to rescue not Shu, but a known murderer. Without any straight answers, who can Shu trust?
Void-Sampling
3. Void-Sampling
October 27, 2011
Inori's everywhere Shu goes for some reason, and it's starting to fry his brain. But there's no time to worry about it, because it turns out one of Shu's classmates witnessed their terrorist action in Roppongi, and Gai's put him in charge of the problem.
Survival of the Fittest
2. Survival of the Fittest
October 20, 2011
Now that Shu has the king's power, he doesn't get to sit on the sidelines anymore. Gai thrusts him straight into the thick of a battle between Funeral Parlor and the Anti Bodies - and the lives of over 100 hostages are on the line.
Genesis
1. Genesis
October 13, 2011
Shu enters his hideout for a quiet lunch only to find Inori, his #1 musical crush, bleeding on the floor. After he fails to stop her pursuers from hurting her more, his one shot at self-respect is to deliver a strange vial she stole to her terrorist pals.
Description

The television series Guilty Crown is an animated program centered on the life of a boy known as Shu Ouma. The series all began when this boy at the age of seventeen got blessed and had just obtained the ability to pull out weapons and arms known as voids from others. This ability was known in that locality as the power of Kings. He had a mark on his right arm known as the King's mark.

Ouma decided to become a member of a popular group in the country known as the Undertakers. This group was made up of individuals who were determined to fight for the independence of their country and regain it from the GHQ which was an international organization controlling Japan.

The reason why Japan was under the control of this international organization was because after the outburst of a deadly virus in the country known as the Apocalypse Virus this organization stepped in to take over the control of the country for some time. Its purpose f coming to the country was to assist in restoring Japan back to its normal state with order through proper intervention and this was in exchange for its independence.

Ouma's life saw a drastic change after he came across a lady known as Yuzuriha Inori. He met her on his way home from one day. This girl was also a dedicated member of the rebellious group that wanted to regain the country's independence and send the organization out of Japan.

Yuzuriha was a singer and very talented with issues related to the internet and related technological applications. Ouma had always been one of Yuzuriha's admirers for she sang so well. But he never knew she was into the internet as well and was so excited to find out about that too.

The series was written by Hiroyuki Yoshimo was directed by Tetsuro Araki and it aired on Fuji TV.

It was produced by Production I.G Studio.

Guilty Crown is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (22 episodes). The series first aired on October 13, 2011.

Where to Watch Guilty Crown

Guilty Crown is available for streaming on the Fuji TV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Guilty Crown on demand at Hulu and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    October 13, 2011
  • IMDB Rating
    7.1  (4,577)