Finally, the digital broadcast platform that hit our agenda with its efforts to avoid password sharing. NetflixAt the AnimeJapan 2021 Expo in Tokyo, it announced that it will launch 40 new anime in 2021. With this move, the platform will double the amount of anime it will launch in 2020.
The upcoming Netflix series includes several anime series that will be released in the coming months. Netflix is a comedy series about a former Yakuza member who raised a family on April 8. Householder pathwill air the first season of. Tell the story of a black samurai in an alternate historical version of Japan at the end of the month. Yasuke It will be on the Netflix screens.
Describing a process that began with the birth of a human baby in the world of intelligent robots on May 27. Eden it’ll be published. We remind you that Eden is directed by Yasuhiro Irie, the director of Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood. One of the new series that will be released this year is the Japanese manga, which will premiere in June and tells about the gods and people who fight for the destiny of the world. Ragnarok RecordIt will include an adaptation of. Among the series announced are the anime series released later this year and based on the game series. Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is also available.
In fact, it’s no wonder that Netflix has taken such a big step into anime. Due to the fact that the competition in the world of digital publishing is increasingly fierce, the movements made by other companies on these issues attract attention. Finally, Sony’s acquisition of AT & T’s Crunchyroll anime streaming service for $ 1.175 billion and making Crunchyroll part of Funimation was one of the biggest examples of this. Although Netflix won’t be able to offer a library as large as Sony, bringing 40 new anime to its platform will help keep some anime fans interested.