Entertainment Dec 20, 2020. 30.5K 0 Hypes 1 Comments. Showing no signs of slowing down, Netflix has now announced the addition of Tadatoshi Fujimaki’s Kuroko’s Basketball ( Kuroko no Basuke ...
7 anime series to watch on Netflix for your sports fix Published June 20, 2020 11:21am Many sports fans are going through withdrawal as leagues all over the world were forced to halt or reschedule their tournaments amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Netflix describes the anime season: Kuroko, Kagami and the rest of the Seirin High basketball team take on the strongest teams in the region in the Winter Cup tournament.
Netflix recently Tweeted a lineup of great new shows launching on their platform next year in January. Surprisingly (or unsurprisingly), one of those new shows is the first season of the hit anime series Kuroko’s Basketball. This series will debut on January 15, 2021; so catch it then. New Year, New You, New Shows.
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16. Mitsu x Mitsu Drops. Just because it’s a sports anime, doesn’t mean it has to be strictly shounen. Mitsu x Mitsu Drops Honey x Honey Drops) is a shoujo anime that tackles basketball games. Houjou academy has this bizarre master-slave system in place.
An anime film adaptation of the Kuroko's Basketball: Extra Game manga premiered in Japan in March 2017. A stage play adaptation opened in April 2016 followed by more stage adaptations. The manga has been licensed for English-language release by Viz Media in North America. As of November 2020, Kuroko's Basketball had over 31 million copies in circulation.