The top 8 Netflix anime to watch out for


Learn about the secrets of nua-ing (known as chilling or lazing about) from San-X's most famous mascot, Rilakkuma.

The cutest brown bear (Sorry Duffy) lives with roommate Kaoru, and according to Netflix is "impossible to hate." Our nap loving bear won't be aired so soon though, Rilakkuma fans will have to wait till 2019 for the anime to commence airing. 


Gambling is serious business in Kakegurui. By day, the school is much like an ordinary one - teaching history, arts, sports, etc.

But by night, it turns into a den for avid gamblers that teaches students how to manipulate and pressure others with money. If you enjoy psychological thrillers, this is definitely one to watch.

Knights of The Zodiac: Saint Seiya

A collaboration between Toei Animation and Netflix, old favourite Saint Seiya is back as a remake named Knights of The Zodiac: Saint Seiya.

Made in the 80's, the protagonist Seiya fights for the Greek Goddess Athena against evil gods that threaten Earth. Netflix has yet to announce the launch date for the anime. 

Credits to Alpha Coders

Children of the Whales

Based off the original manga series, Chakuro is a 14 year old archivist who stumbles upon Mud Whale with his friends. A utopian island that floats on a sea of sand, nine in ten of the island’s inhabitants are cursed with the ability to use saimia that leads its user to an early death. Is the chance meeting between Chakuro and one of the inhabitants, Rikosu be that of an auspicious sign?

Chakuro is the 14-year-old archivist of the Mud Whale, a nigh-utopian island that floats across the surface of an endless sea of sand. Nine in ten of the inhabitants of the Mud Whale have been blessed and cursed with the ability to use saimia, special powers that doom them to an early death. The anime is set for worldwide release on 2018.