Netflix grows anime programming through partnerships with leading Japanese production companies.
Netflix, the world’s leading internet entertainment service, has entered into partnerships with Anima, Sublimation. and David Production, on top of Netflix’s earlier deals with Production I.G and bones in 2018. These production houses and Netflix will work together on creating joint anime series to cater to the millions of anime fans out there.
Netflix has been churning out Anime titles here and there over the past couple of years. In a move to make the streaming platform the most compelling and attractive for anime fans and production houses alike, they have lined up a treat for all otaku out there. Not only will there be an anime version of Netflix original series Altered Carbon, but Netflix will also partner Sublimation. on Dragon’s Dogma, an original anime series based on the critically acclaimed video game of the same name. News of this is sure to get the tongues wagging and that’s not even all! The streaming platform will also jointly create SPRIGGAN, based on a manga series with David Production.
Ghost in the Shell: SAC _2045, in partnership with Production I.G, is already in the works and set to premier on Netflix in 2020 and Super Crooks, based on the comic book, is also on the way as well. These production line deals reflect Netflix’s ongoing commitment to grow its original anime library by working closely with top creators in the industry.
With the Netflix anime line up looking so good, the real heroes here are, without a doubt, that one friend whose account you bum off of all the time. Be sure to buy them lunch every now and then.