July 7, 2022

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Netflix doubles down on anime releases with 40 titles for 2022

Netflix’s enthusiasm for all issues anime is displaying completely no indicators of slowing, as evidenced by a brand new slate of 40 unique titles revealed at AnimeJapan 2022.

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The streaming large took the veil off its upcoming releases for the remainder of the 12 months on the occasion held on the Tokyo Large Sight conference middle final weekend, and gave followers a style of what to anticipate with a tasty sizzle reel.

Among the many titles anime lovers can count on, a number of the extra highly-anticipated ones embrace the continuation of JoJo’s Weird Journey STONE OCEAN, season two of Ghost in The Shell: SAC_2045, and The Seven Lethal Sins: Grudge of Edinburgh.

Netflix additionally gave some highlight to different thrilling initiatives together with bathhouse comedy Thermae Romae Novae, teen sci-fi film Bubble, and the fantastical Drifting Dwelling amongst many others to be launched as a part of a various line-up.

A few of these, together with Thermae Romae Novae and Kotaro Lives Alone are already on the platform and accessible to stream proper now.

“Anime is likely one of the cornerstones of our funding in Japan, watched by almost 90 % of our members right here final 12 months,” stated Kohei Obara, director of Anime Artistic at Netflix. “On the similar time, curiosity in anime has grown worldwide, and greater than half of our members globally tuned into it final 12 months.”

“From diversifying our slate to bringing again fan favorites, we need to proceed rising our members’ discovery and love for anime, each in Japan and world wide with this subsequent chapter of anime on Netflix.”

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