OG Naruto Anime is on its way out of Netflix!
Big News! Naruto anime from seasons 1 to 9 (200 episodes) is about to leave Netflix. It is confirmed that no one will be able to stream Naruto on the popular OTT platform Netflix. Netflix has several anime series, but Naruto is the most popular of all of them.
It’s a great anime based on Ninja World, where an orphan named Naruto Uzumaki dreams of becoming Hokage and proves his worth to those who look down on him and don’t even consider him a person.
Naruto is one of the big three anime and is considered one of the greatest anime of all time. It is also very inspirational and can give you life lessons you’ll never forget.
So, why is Naruto leaving Netflix? After giving millions of streamers and dollars? We’ll try to answer all the questions related to Naruto leaving Netflix.
Why Is Naruto Leaving Netflix?
First of all, many of you might think that Netflix is removing Naruto, but that’s wrong. Netflix will never terminate Naruto because it has given the platform so many streamers and revenue.
Naruto is “Leaving” Netflix, which means the license of Naruto is about to end. Naruto started streaming on Netflix in 2013. Netflix purchased the rights so they could stream the show on their platform, but the license is about to expire, and that’s why Naruto will leave Netflix.
This is not happening for the first time. Naruto was also removed in 2018 but came back within a few months.
When Is Naruto Leaving Netflix?
Netflix has confirmed that October 30th, 2022, will be the last day for Naruto. From November 1st, we’ll be unable to stream Naruto on Netflix. Many fans are disappointed because this is not the only show leaving Netflix.
Anime like Death Note and Vampire Knight are also departing Netflix in October.
Will Naruto Return To Netflix?
The answer to this question is “Yes.” On November 1st, 2018, Naruto was removed from Netflix for the first time, but just one day later, on November 2nd, 2018, it returned with five seasons, and four more seasons were added.
Netflix is not a blockhead. They’ll never let go of Naruto because this show has generated millions of dollars for them. This is also the reason why we are now able to stream Naruto Shippuden on the platform. Maybe soon we’ll get the news of Naruto Returns on Netflix.
Where To Watch Naruto Once It Leaves The Netflix?
There are several official sites where you can watch all nine seasons and 200 episodes of Naruto in both sub and dub. Crunchyroll, Funimation, and KissAnime are the most popular sites where you can stream this masterpiece of an anime.
Naruto will return to Netflix, no doubt about that, and we’ll get the news very soon, but till then, you can stream Naruto on these sites.