Death Note on Netflix Ends in August, See Updates on Death Note Movie

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It may not be the end for Death Note on Netflix, but the popular manga?s Japanese live action adaptation on the popular streaming site is about to expire this August. Even if you have not been fond of the manga and its anime series, you could have come across the live action adaptation of Death Note on Netflix and it might have struck a chord and convinced you sit for while and see what it’s all about.

Now, it looks like Netflix is about to let go of some more of its popular Japanese anime series. However, Death Note and its new film is all set to return on Netflix in 2017. A complete list of anime series that are about to expire on Netflix, as featured on BGR, include:

August 1

  • Addams Family Values
  • The Best Man
  • Bowfinger
  • The Gabby Douglas Story
  • Jennifer 8
  • Johnny English
  • The Nutty Professor
  • The Replacements
  • Roseanne Collection: Collection 2
  • Rugrats Go Wild
  • The Sandlot
  • Suspect Zero
  • Teen Witch
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III
  • Vampire in Brooklyn
  • Where the Red Fern Grows
  • The Wild Thornberrys Movie


August 11

  • Mr. Peabody & Sherman

August 14th

  • Clifford the Big Red Dog
  • Clifford?s Puppy Days

August 15th

  • Charlie?s Angels
  • Wish Upon a Star

August 16th

  • Inside Man

August 20th

  • Harry the Bunny

August 23rd

  • Blitz

August 27th

  • The Pursuit of Happyness

August 30th

  • A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy?s Revenge

August 31st

  • Death Note
  • Naruto Shipp?den the Movie: Bonds
  • Naruto Shippuden: The Movie
  • Zathura

Meanwhile, the Death Note movie scheduled for release in 2017 will be directed by Adam Wingard of You?re Next and The Guest while the script was penned by Fantastic Four?s Jeremy Slater. The synopsis of the Death Note says ?Teenager Light Yagami finds a notebook with which he can put people to death by writing their names. He begins a self-anointed crusade against the criminals of the world, and a cat-and-mouse game begins with the authorities and one idiosyncratic genius detective.?If you didn?t get to see the Death Note on Netflix this year, there?s still a chance to see the the film based on Japanese manga?s Death Note.For more updates on the series, make sure to check on TheBitbag.

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