Since Netflix is producing content for UK and France,
Are you also ready for Netflix to produce S3 of Haruhi Suzumiya?
>To facilitate close partnerships with consumer electronics makers and to work with Japanese film and TV creators, Netflix will soon open a regional office in Tokyo. Gregory K. Peters, chief streaming and partnerships officer at Netflix since 2013, has been promoted to general manager of Netflix Japan. A Japanese speaker, Peters holds a degree in physics and astronomy from Yale University. He joined Netflix in 2008.
If they actually financially back an anime it'll be for a Western audience, and you know what every animu Japan has made for a western audience instead of their own ends up being like.
You have to have a VPN to even use netflix in japan, you asshat.
That isnt terrible. That's for binge watching. It gets onto Netflix when they aquire the rights and the first day they are on DVD. If you want to watch week to week legally, Hulu, but even as a paying customer, you get ADs and the quality is said to be shit. I would much rather Netflix making anime than hulu.
That's why they're producing a show called "Marseille" and some other cop show.
They're also producing stuff with Gad Elmaleh and Jamel Debbouze. I think Netflix will succeed more in France than Germany.
You do know Netflix already have the rights for The seven deadly sins/Nanatsu no Taizai and they had the rights for Knights of Sidonia/Sidonia no Kishi before it started airing in Japan. Hulu have neither of those shows and who the fuck uses Hulu for Simulcast?
So, the question we've all been thinking.
Where does Satan fit in all this?
o yea, the most hated French city after Paris, this will seel so much.
The only selling name there is Gad Elmaleh, and he's already has been as shit.
French TV is already over saturated in free popular content.Netflix has no way to attract people with paying shit.
>Netflix produces anime for westerners
>SAO eventually becomes the longest running anime series of all time, along with Cowboy Bebop: Spike's Resurrection
Those are special cases with all their other series its been waiting to aquiring the rights then putting it on. They were all older series. I heard they are going to be expanding their anime section or some something.
People use it. For Community? A lot of normalfags got Hulu/kept their Hulu accounts for when Sailor Moon Crystal was announced to be streamed on Hulu. I'm pretty sure they like it and its ugly garring CGI glory.
>Those are special cases with all their other series its been waiting to aquiring the rights then putting it on.
All other shows had already been licensed by another company first (Aniplex, FUNimation, Sentai etc). These "special cases" are Netflix original licensing and subbing/dubbing none of the other anime they have are.
Daiz was mad at CR for not giving him a job and switching to hi10p. He sought retribution, and contacted all streaming sites he knew of. He got hired by Netflix, infiltrated them, and is now starting to put his evil plans into reality.
I know that they were licensed by other companies and that the "special cases" is Netflix getting it on their own. I want them to renew the license for Baccano, only Funi series worth being kept on there. Good dub and gives casuals some taste.
>All of the Lolis will be gone
>all of the female characters will all be "Swong and need no man"
>The Harem genre will be gone
>More niggers in animu for mah Multiculturism
That'd be hilarious.
Nips don't have good naming sense for foreign character.
>Gonniji'wa wad'ashi wa Babatunde Serengeti dessu
As long as the anime mocks people's race then i'm fine with it.
How do the Nips respond to Americans financing their cartoons?
I recall 2ch being upset that the west use kickstarter to fun LWA2, a show which they though was generic and boring anyways.
>X need diversity
>I recall 2ch being upset that the west use kickstarter to fun LWA2, a show which they though was generic and boring anyways.
The director clearly mentioned that he had to hold a lot of things because the project was more about training the young people than focusing more on creating a good show.
This is good. If Netflix is backing it financially, it means they don't have to be so dependent on the usual crap with the recycled archetypes to pander to people that obsessively buy BDs and merchandise, and we might get something really cool.
Plus it'll all come out as one bingeable season, which is always nice.
I wonder how equipped HS is to rip Netflix.
There's like 8 of those every anime season
Did you know that anime studios HAVE TO PAY the TV stations in japan just to have a late-nite timeslot.
I wonder if Netflix will do away with that arrangement.
Imagine a newly created anime with freed up budget for more marketting and animation quality so they don't have to pay expensive fees to japanese TV stations just to have a dead slot from 00:00 to 03:00,