Is Naruto Shippuden on Netflix?

The anime fan base has arguably increased over the years with an extensive global reach. It is no surprise that streaming platforms have been quick to catch on to the emerging trend with a variety to offer to fans. One of the most famous anime shows is titled Naruto: Shippuden which follows the story of young Naruto on a journey to become a Hokage.

The premise may not sound out of this world, however, it garnered popularity owing to its fantastic action sequences. The show started in 2007 and concluded in 2017 with 500 episodes under its belt. It was also aired on Disney xD in 2009, but later in 2011 the show was canceled due to an increase in violence in the show.

How to Watch Naruto: Shippuden on Netflix?

The show may have ended a few years back, but it is still a popular one that many go back to watch. In fact, thanks to streaming services like Netflix, the show is also getting a brand new audience. Anime fans who are interested to know if the show is available on Netflix, it varies location wise.

At the moment, the show is available on Netflix in Argentina, Brazil, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Mexico, and Switzerland. In Switzerland, Belgium, and France all 21 seasons are available. The audience in Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil, can watch only five seasons. Whereas, Canada and Germany only have 10 seasons. 

So far there is no confirmation whether the US audience will be getting the show anytime soon. The show was made available in Switzerland in March 2020, and it can be anticipated that soon Netflix will launch it in other countries as well. At the same time, there are chances that in some countries it is removed from the platform depending on the contract with the show’s distributors. 

How Can People in the US watch Naruto: Shippuden?

The US audience is no stranger to anime, and certainly, fans wouldn’t want to miss out on this one. It may not be available on Netflix but it is streaming on Hulu. Moreover, the series is also available to a global audience on Crunchyroll.

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