‘Akame ga Kill!’ Set to Leave Netflix in March 2022

Review Ethan / 2022-07-23 02:05:35

Akame ga Kill! is a fantasy anime series. Netflix will cease to be available in more than a dozen countries by March 2022.

Akame ga Kill! is based on Takahiro's manga and Tetsuya Tashiro's. This 2014 episode aired and featured the story of a young villager who travels to the Capital to save money and is then recruited to an assassin team to fight corruption.

All 24 episodes of Akame ga Kill! are available on Netflix According to Unogs, at least 17 countries host the 24 episodes of Akame ga Kill! The series was originally licensed to Netflix in 2020. This means that most countries will have the ability to remove the show within 2 years. The 24 episodes will expire March 1, 2022.

The current expiration dates for Akame ga Kill are displayed in the region that you're currently viewing (available at bottom of page, and as an alert when your watch starts) includes:

  • United States
  • United Kingdom
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Germany
  • Colombia
  • Mexico
  • South Africa
  • Sweden
  • Other.

Why Akame ga Kill! Netflix may not be available for very long, if ever

It is important to note that licensing anime can be extremely complex and unpredicted. This means that it is possible for the cast to be recast and a deal made last minute in order to ensure the continuation of the series on Netflix.

Likewise, we’ve seen many anime series leave Netflix but only for a short period of time before returning. Attack on Titan is an excellent example of a series that's been cancelled multiple times in the last few years.

What will Akame ga kill! Next stream?

This will depend ultimately on where you live but from the research we’ve done, Crunchyroll is streaming the show in most regions around the world and is expected to continue to. The anime series can also be viewed on Hulu in the United States.

For more removals keep an eye on our leaving Netflix soon section where we’re tracking removals for major regions such as the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

Are you going to be watching Akame ga Kill? Before it leaves Netflix on March 20, 2022, We'd love to hear from you in the comments.


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