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Top 5 binge-worthy Anime Series on Netflix

Top 5 binge-worthy Anime Series on Netflix

Netflix keeps on adding amazing titles to their already vast anime list that sure is worth watching. Today, I will provide five critically-acclaimed anime series that you should binge-watch over the weekends.

Before we begin, here are some honorable mentions to add to your list: Erased, Demon Slayer, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Cowboy Bebop, My Hero Academia, Naruto, Code Geass, Jujutsu Kaisen, Haikyuu!!, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and Komi Can’t Communicate.

Here are the top five binge-worthy anime on Netflix!

Kotaro Lives Alone

As the title suggests, it’s the story of a lonely little boy who just move-in into an apartment all by himself. It’s a comedy series for all ages but will also make you burst into tears with its portrayal of abandonment and loneliness. The show only has 10 episodes and season two is yet to be announced.

Attack on Titan

Arguably one of the best anime series of all time will return in 2023 with its final season. The series is about a peaceful walled city where a colossal titan suddenly appeared and destroyed its wall. This allowed the smaller man-eating titans to enter and devoured the citizens. As the walled citizens fight back, they’re also getting answers to the mysteries about the titans and their people.

Hunter X Hunter (2011)

At first glance, it seems like a typical action-adventure series about a boy searching for his father. But as the story progresses, it slowly shows its compelling characters, the complex world system, and dark theme. As of writing this article, the series is on hiatus with 148 episodes available.

Death Note

If you want a mystery series with an exciting battle of wits, then this is for you. The series is about an overachiever high school student who found a notebook that grants him the ability to kill anyone if he writes their name on it. This made him the biggest mystery that the greatest detective needs to solve.

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This series takes its time to tell the story with its first few episodes isn’t widely received. It’s about a group of friends who were able to invent the machine where messages can be sent back in time. Like any other Sci-Fi story about time travel, this caused ripples both in the past and present.

Did I miss your favorite?

Five is not enough. There are still plenty of anime gems but already left Netflix. It must be considered as well that some anime’s availability varies from country to country and those that left can still return. For more Netflix Anime updates, you can visit their Twitter and YouTube channel.

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