Netflix secures global streaming rights to ‘Beserk,’ ‘Parasyte,’ ‘Monster’ and other classic anime

Netflix has secured non-exclusive streaming rights to a handful of classic anime titles. diversity The company reportedly recently signed an agreement with Nippon TV to bring it berserk, Claymore, Death Note, Parayste: The Maxim and nine other shows and films for viewers worldwide.

Netflix plans to stream from this group Hunter X Hunter First. From September 2nd, the adaptation of Yoshihiro Togashi’s classic manga will be available in 104 countries. A few titles incl death notice and Hunter X Hunter, have been a staple of Netflix’s anime catalog in North America for years. In fact, the former is so popular on the platform that Netflix gave the Duffer brothers the green light to produce another live-action adaptation of the series. Other notable additions include Hajime no Ippo: The Battle!, monster and Granny,

The deal also gives anime fans a chance to watch some of these series on a non-Crunchyroll platform. For better or for worse, Crunchyroll has been the dominant player in the overseas anime market since Sony acquired the streaming service for nearly $1.2 billion in 2020 and began migrating its Funimation catalogue.

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