Kuroko's Basketball Season 2 is coming to Netflix.
According to What's On Netflix, the second season of the beloved sports anime Kuroko's Basketball will debut on the streaming service May 15. The show's first season premiered on Netflix Jan. 15, so the third and final of Kuroko's Basketball may become available later in 2021. Netflix is currently streaming the anime in 36 different countries, including Canada, the United States, Japan, France, Australia, South Korea, Brazil, Portugal, Mexico, Russia, the UK and many more.
The Kuroko's Basketball anime was originally released in April 2012 and ran for three seasons and 75 episodes, which were previously only available on the streaming service Crunchyroll. The anime also received a 2017 spin-off film, titled Kuroko's Basketball The Movie: Last Game.
Ever since its debut, Kuroko's Basketball has often been hailed as one of the greatest sports anime of all time and the series' use of pseudo-superpowers within basketball matches has become an iconic part of the genre's history. For anime fans or those out-of-the-loop wondering whether Kuroko's Basketball is worth watching, the series is currently available to stream on Netflix.
Based on the bestselling manga by Tadatoshi Fujimaki, the critically acclaimed Kuroko's Basketball anime follows the duo of Tetsuya Kuroko and Taiga Kagami, two very different high-school freshmen. Kagami is a giant, intimidating transfer student from America and Kuroko is a wallflower who fades into the background. The two join a struggling high school basketball team and resolve to defeat Kuroko's former teammates, the Generation of Miracles, five incredibly powerful players who have each lost sight of the importance of teamwork.
Source: What's on Netflix