The anime offer at Netflix is ​​impressive, but supplies are never wrong here. Accordingly, the platform already has big plans and is now partnering with six Japanese authors to realize their own anime projects.

To the delight of the fans, Netflix stalled the existing one Anime Offer in the past few months. For this, the company entered into partnerships with several well-known Japanese animation studios and is constantly looking for potential series and films that can make the program even more diverse.

However, it should not stop there. Netflix also wants to realize its own projects in the future and gets well-known authors on board. All of them have years of experience and can show successful works.

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In the published Twitter Post Netflix introduces the six authors who will work with the company on Netflix originals in the future. It refers to CLAMP (Cardcaptor Sakura), Mangaka Shin Kibayashi (The File of Young Kindaichi), Mangaka Yasuo Ohtagaki (Moonlight Mile), Novelist and film director Otsuichi (Zoo), Novelist Tow Ubukata (Mardock Scramble) and Mari Yamazaki (Thermae Romae).

Taiki Sakurai, Netflix chief producer for anime, revealed themarysue on:

"We are excited to work with these exceptional creators to develop the best anime for Netflix. These partnerships are part of our broader investment strategy to support Japanese anime – they give creators the opportunity to tell bold, innovative stories and give them access to fans around the world because stories are limitless in the world of anime. ”

In the end, the project or projects in over 190 countries worldwide be broadcast. We'll keep you up to date.

If you still need some variety or want to bridge time, we recommend the limited time offer from Disney +. If you Pre-ordered until March 23, 2020, you only pay 59.99 euros for one year,

Disney + brings together the best stories from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic, You can also stream your favorite films and series on up to four devices at the same time, so everyone is happy too.