Netflix continues to spend money to get the rights to broadcast many classic animations
Of this set of shows, Netflix plans to air Hunter X Hunter first. As of September 2, the adaptation of Fukien Shinji’s classic manga series will be available in 104 countries. Several titles, including “Death Note” and “Hunter,” have been Netflix’s North American franchise over the years.beautifulThe main work of the anime catalog. In fact, the former was so popular on the platform that Netflix gave the Duffer brothers the green light to make another live-action version of the series. Other notable additions include Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting! “, “Monster” and “Nana”.
The deal will also give anime fans the opportunity to watch some of these series on a platform that isn’t Crunchyroll. Crunchyroll has been the dominant player in the overseas anime market, for better or worse, since Sony bought the streaming service for nearly $1.2 billion in 2020 and began migrating Funimation’s catalog.