Naruto leaving Netflix in October

One of the so called Shonen Big Three’s anime program is quitting the streaming service. Naruto will no longer be available on Netflix as of October.

Fans will only have till the end of October to watch it on this streaming site. Netflix will stop streaming the show on October 31; however, this only applies to the 220 episodes (Seasons 1-9) of the original series.

The movies and Naruto: Shippuden won’t be leaving the platform, which is a benefit. Fans can still watch the anime on Crunchyroll and Hulu if they choose to stream it somewhere else.

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Masashi Kishimoto is the author of the manga series Naruto. The manga was serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from 1999 to 2014. The anime version was created by Studio Pierrot and debuted in 2002. It ran until 2007.

Following the conclusion of the original series, Naruto: Shippuden continued to show until 2017, airing a total of 500 episodes. In the meantime, Boruto Uzumaki, his son, continues the previous story. Boruto: Naruto the Movie was released in 2015 by Studio Pierrot. The movie is a continuation of the manga.

The Boruto: Naruto Next Generations manga was first written by Ukyo Kodachi in 2016, but Masashi Kishimoto took over as the author in 2020. In 2017, Pierrot released the anime version of Boruto. The show is currently directed by Masayuki Koda. With Naruto being one of the top-selling manga series to date, the brand has attained international fame.

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