After debuting in Japan in 1999, the anime adaptation of Eiichiro Oda's One Piece is set to finally arrive on Netflix.
To help fans prepare for the anime's first two story arcs, Netflix released a quick sizzle reel recapping the first 130 episodes in less than a minute. The video also announced a June 12 release date on the digital platform.
Squeezing the first two arcs of One Piece into sixty seconds stretched our editors to the breaking point, but the results are worth it. The East Blue and Alabasta sagas coming soon to Netflix. @ToeiAnimation pic.twitter.com/u1h5m14Jri— NX (@NXOnNetflix) April 22, 2020
Produced by Toei Animation, One Piece continues to air new episodes regularly, with over 900 episodes currently produced. English-subtitled episodes are simulcast through the anime streaming service Crunchyroll, while English-dubbed episodes are produced by Funimation.
One Piece follows a young boy named Monkey D. Luffy, whose body gains incredible powers after he accidentally consumes a piece of Devil Fruit. Luffy goes on to led a crew of Straw Hat Pirates on fantastical adventures, battling against fearsome enemies as he searches for a mythical treasure known as One Piece to be crowned the Pirate King.
Based off the manga series of the same name by Eiichiro Oda, One Piece will be available to stream on Netflix starting June 12.