Eden Updates: Ahead of this week, Netflix is releasing the favorable trailer for Eden, a Japanese sci-fi animation arriving on the streamer in May 2021. The four-part Japanese series is set for thousands of years in the upcoming Robot City called “Eden 3”.
When two agricultural machines fortuitously awaken a little human girl from balance during a regular task, they begin to question everything they are having fun with, they know about the fallacy of mankind and choose to secretly lift the child by themselves.
Good assumptions, isn’t it? However, the production also has considerable innovative skills to make it work. Eden derives from director Yasuhiro Irie, who also directed Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and boasts of Toshihiro Kawamoto, known as the role designer and animation director of Cowboy Bebob, as the idea designer.
Optimistic, Eden is nice anyway: it’s a remarkable series in Netflix history, as Eden is being promoted as “Netflix’s first Japanese original Japanese animation”.
Eden on Netflix
At present, Netflix has nearly 5 million Japanese subscribers, a small portion of its 193 million subscribers worldwide. Netflix needs to expand its Japanese subscriber base, but with 73% of US families who believe they have Netflix, this extension will likely have to hit global markets.
While the intercontinental markets will see and see English-language television, America has made television, the public in their national language relating to the country in which they reside.
Throughout the previous week’s Netflix Japanese Animation Festival 2020 show outside of Japan, Variety described Netflix’s sequel with plans to evolve their original contribution to the anime.
The pennant speaks that more than 100 million households worldwide see an anime at least once between the period October 2019 and September 2020, which shows an increase of more than 50% compared to 2019.
“We launched our creative team in Tokyo four years ago, and Netflix expanded the reach and universal viewer of Japnese Animations, a general category is considered a calling,” Sakurai said at the event.
It’s not easy to guess how much the COVID-19 pandemic has upset Netflix’s original idea of producing series for the coming year. Eden is the Japanese series on Netflix and there is some great news for anime fans that not only is Japanese anime on Netflix but many more to come.
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