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Netflix Reveals Five Anime Streaming Premiere Dates

Aggretsuko Metal Christmas VisualI don’t know about you but I’m ready for a winter holiday break and luckily for me (and anyone else who happens to be on vacation), Netflix has us covered!

Netflix has revealed the streaming premiere dates for five series and specials which will begin streaming one after another over a period of six days. All of these series were previously announced at various points throughout the year so there are no new licenses to uncover here.

December 18: Baki

Synopsis: While martial arts champion Baki Hanma trains hard to surpass his legendary father, five violent death row inmates descend upon Tokyo to take him on.

December 20: Aggretsuko: We Wish You a Metal Christmas

Synopsis: While Retsuko desperately makes plans for Christmas Eve, her new obsession with seeking validation through social media spirals out of control.

December 21: Last Hope Part 2

Synopsis: After causing the near extinction of mankind seven years ago, genius scientist Leon Lau must now fight the ecological disaster he unwittingly created.

December 21: Sirius the Jaeger

Synopsis: In imperial Tokyo, a group calling themselves “Jaegers” secretly hunt the vampires seeking the Ark of Sirius. Among them is a young werewolf, Yuliy.

December 24: Hi Score Girl

Synopsis: A chronic gamer abysmally inept in academics and sports finally meets his match at his usual shady arcade — and it’s his rich classmate, Akira.

Any of these series seem like something you’d enjoy? What will you be watching this holiday season?

Via WTK, Fandom Post

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