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Just Add Water
Genre Martial arts
Romantic comedy
Action
Based on Ranma ½ by
Rumiko Takahashi
Voices of Ryan Potter
Fred Tatasciore
David Kaye
Stephanie Sheh
Tara Strong
Country of
origin
United States
Original
language(s)
English
Executive
producer(s)
Joaquim Dos Santos
Lauren Montgomery
Scott Greenberg
Shannon Prynoski
Mark McJimsey
Chris Prynoski
Production
company(s)
Titmouse, Inc.
Bento Box
Entertainment
Distributors WarnerMedia
Entertainment
Streaming Services
Original network HBO Max

Just Add Water is an upcoming American adult animated television series produced through Titmouse, Inc. and Bento Box Entertainment. It is loosely based on the japanese manga series Ranma ½ by Rumiko Takahashi and is a remake of the 1989 anime series of the same name. It will stream on HBO Max.

Pilot

In this remade version of the popular anime series revolves around Ray McLan-Watanabe a half American half Japanese proficient martial artist who spent most of his childhood training with his father Ogata Watanabe, during that time he and dad accidently fall into a cursed springs that turns one into a girl and the other into a panda when exposed to cold water, hot water turns them back to their original selves. Months later they return and Ray is forced to be engaged one of three of Shun Tendo's (a fellow practitioner of martial arts and owner of "Anything-Goes Dojo") daughters and inherit the dojo along the way he must deal with mischief and various obsticles life throws his way.

Cast and Characters

Production

Bento Box annouced that it is creating three new adaptations of Rumiko Takahashi's InuYasha, Urusei Yatsura and Ranma ½ which will be remakes of their animes third being Ranma ½ the remake will be rated TV-MA given the amount nudity used in the original anime Joaquim Dos Santos and Lauren Montgomery were brought on as showrunners, the series will feature more nudity from the female characters as well strong language.

The series is going to stream on Netflix given that it has of TV-MA shows streaming in its library. But latter annouced that show will instead air on HBO Max.

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