“Naruto” and “Bleach” Leaving Netflix in September

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Bleach and Naruto


Both Series are no longer leaving Netflix! You’ll still be able to enjoy the Adventures of Naruto and Ichigo for a while longer. 

Two major anime series on Netflix is currently scheduled for removal from the service come September 2018. Both Bleach and Naruto are currently scheduled to be removed from the streaming service come September 1st. Here’s what we know about the removals.

Netflix has become a haven for anime lovers in recent years have expanded their own library of content and buying up some of the best in the business.

At this point, it’s important to stress that the show isn’t officially leaving merely just having an expiry date. It’s likely that the contracts are now up for renewal and it’s down to both parties to renew.

Here’s a look at the two shows that are leaving.

Bleach Leaving Netflix

This series is based on the manga produced by Tite Kubo of the same name. The premise of the show is about a high school student who can see ghosts.

Only three seasons of Bleach are available on Netflix consisting of over 60 episodes. This falls quite far behind the 366 episodes that actually exist.

Neither of the movies, Hell Verse or Fade to Black is scheduled for removal in September.

Naruto Series Leaving Netflix

The Naruto series is also scheduled for removal. The series sees an orphaned boy harness the power of a spirit demon that lives within him.

Three seasons consisting of three seasons consisting of 156 episodes.

Much like Bleach, none of the multiple movies that are available on the service are scheduled for removal.

As for where the shows will end up should they leave Netflix then your next streaming service will certainly be Crunchyroll. Crunchyroll contains a much larger collection of episodes of both of these shows compared to Netflix.

Both titles are scheduled for removal on September 1st, 2018. Keep this article bookmarked as we’ll be updating it as we hear more.

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Founder of What's on Netflix, Kasey has been tracking the comings and goings of the Netflix library for over a decade. Covering everything from new movies, series and games from around the world, Kasey is in charge of covering breaking news, covering all the new additions now available on Netflix and what's coming next.