Netflix: The manga “Naruto” and “Naruto Shippuden” bid farewell to the platform

And three at once! Three adaptations of mangaka Masashi Kishimoto’s cult saga will leave the Netflix streaming service on December 31, 2022. The animated series “Naruto”, “Naruto Shippuden” and their sequel “Boruto: Next Generations” are about to say goodbye after several years of existence.

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The adaptations of the cult manga broadcast in France on television from 2006 tell the story of Naruto, a ninja in his quest for the title of “Hokage” of Konoha, the equivalent of the role of leader in this village of ninjas. A story divided in two. Its first part “Naruto” required nearly 200 episodes, the second “Naruto Shippuden” counted 500! The historic ending of the cult manga was broadcast on television in March 2017. It was immediately followed by the start of the broadcast of “Boruto: Next Generations”, the adventures of Naruto’s son. The sequel still broadcast today already has 280 episodes.

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Many other broadcasters

In detail, here are the exact seasons that bid farewell:

– “Naruto”: Season 1 to 9 (all)

– “Naruto Shippuden”: Season 1 to 21 (all)

– “Boruto: Next Generation”: Episodes 1 to 158

The three very popular series are still broadcast in several places on a paid or free basis. TF1 offers the first two parts on its MY TF1 platform as well as half of the third. Specialized streaming services like Crunchyroll and French DNA also own the rights to certain tracks.

Fans of manga on Netflix will be able to console themselves with the upcoming arrival of a live series adapting “One Piece”. Its creator Eiichiro Oda confirmed last week that the new production will be delivered in 2023.