After being on Netflix for around 2 years, the season 1 and 2 of Haikyu anime is leaving Netflix. It has been recently revealed that the first 2 seasons of the series are leaving Netflix in multiple regions by November 2021. This is a huge loss for the library of Netflix. To have full details on this, read the article.
Haikyu is a Japanese anime series that is based on the shonen manga of the same name Haruichi Furudate. This Japanese series has become so very popular that there are many fans of this series all across the globe. The series first made its debut in 2012 and is having a total of 36 manga volumes released of which a brand new chapter comes every week. Haikyu received the anime adaptation after 2 years only and has become the most popular anime sports series in Japan.
When Will Season 1 And 2 Of Haikyu Leave Netflix?
Both the seasons of Haikyu are expected to leave the platform of Netflix on November 1st, 2021 that is Monday.
If you check out this series on the Netflix app or website, then you will find that the series is available till Halloween or 31st October 2021.
Why Are The First Two Seasons Of Haikyu Leaving Netflix?
The first two seasons of the Haikyu were released on Netflix in 2019 and this is the reason why they are leaving. The license is coming to an end and this is the only reason why the series is leaving the Netflix platform.
Will Haikyu Return To Netflix?
Haikyu is the most popular anime series that is loved by people due to many reasons. So, there are possibilities that the series will renew and come back to Netflix.
Where Can One Stream Haikyu Outside Netflix?
There are many other choices where fans can watch Haikyu. All of the four seasons for this series are available on Crunchyroll but are there in Japanese language only with English subtitles.
VRV that is exclusive to the United States is also having a series with all four seasons. However, if interested in streaming the third season of Haikyu then you can watch it on HIDIVE.
Surprisingly, the anime sports series is not available on FUNimation yet.