Netflix Set To Drop Two High-Profile Anime Titles From Its Catalogue

Mohnish Singh
1:17 PM

Netflix has undoubtedly emerged as the leading streaming media giant in the world with its footprint growing by leaps and bounds in all important markets across the globe. But while the firm is busy producing original content, keeping the taste of the local audience in mind, it is also losing some high-profile titles from its hand. From what we hear Netflix is going to suffer the loss of two popular titles by the end of October.

Reportedly, the streaming service is set to drop both Japanese series Death Note and Vampire Knight from its programming list. These two series are quite popular ones within their genres, but now it’s time to bid them adieu as the firm has decided to ax their episodes in about a month. In case, you have not watched these series, you have until October 15 to binge-watch them before they are ultimately dropped. Death Note comes with 37 episodes in total while Vampire Knight consists of 26 episodes.

For the uninitiated, Death Note and Vampire Knight are not the first anime titles Netflix is doing away with it coming days. Reports were doing the rounds a couple of weeks ago that the video service provider would also drop Naruto: Shippuden from its catalog. It should not come as a surprise if we get to hear about some more anime titles making their way out of Netflix’s busy catalog.

However, what may come as a great relief for avid watchers of anime series on Netflix is that it is also coming up with the next season of immensely popular The Seven Deadly Sins this fall. According to reports, Netflix is planning to premiere the second season of the hit series in October, but the makers are yet to announce the exact date of its premiere. Keep visiting this space for more details on the premiere of the series.

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