- Nippon TV has licensed 13 of its popular anime series to Netflix.
- The first three titles — “Hunter x Hunter,” “Ouran High School Host Club” and “Claymore” — will be released this year on Sept. 2.
Leading Japanese entertainment company Nippon TV has licensed 13 of its popular anime series to Netflix to be streamed non-exclusively on the platform.
The anime titles, listed in order of Netflix’s release date, include the following:
- An entertainment documentary show called “Old Enough” sends toddlers to complete tasks and errands alone.
- The popular show has been running since 1990 and only releases two three-hour episodes annually, as a result of the amount of production preparation required.
- In Japan, the show draws in a fifth of all viewers upon TV broadcast.
- The children on the show are generally between 2 and 4 years old.
- “Old Enough” was released on Netflix on April 1 and is now available to stream globally.
A Japanese TV show called “Old Enough” follows real toddlers venturing into the world to run errands on their own for the first time.
The show has been running for over 30 years, since 1990, on Japanese broadcaster Nippon TV and only releases two three-hour long episodes each year, as a result of the strenuous production preparation required. The episodes draw in a fifth of all viewers in Japan.