Netflix left the audiences asking for more after a season one of the animated series Castlevania. The series based on the 1989 Nintendo game Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse; by Konami; the series will soon have its season two streaming around July 2018.
This piece of information was shared by writer Warren Ellis on Twitter. This has brought smiles to the innumerable lovers of Castlevania, especially after Netflix announced the second season of the anime series on the same day the first season was released in July 2017.
Warren said that this new season will have eight episodes, and will be of nearly an hour. And unlike the season one, this season two is riding on a lot of expectation after the season one was appreciated by the audiences.
— Wᴀʀʀᴇɴ Eʟʟɪs (@warrenellis) January 19, 2018
Netflix is surely betting big on the animation front. TheDigitalHash.com has already reported that the streaming giant is looking at releasing over 30 anime series this year.
In India, Netflix has commissioned its first ever animated series on the hugely popular animated character Chhota Bheem. It has tied up with Green Gold Animation, the studio behind Chhota Bheem, for a 13-episode series titled Mighty Little Bheem.
This series, made at an estimated budget of $3-4million, will be without any dialogue and will rely solely on visual storytelling. It will target pre-school children and will stream in August 2018.
Netflix is also banking on the concept of reality shows. TheDigitalHash.com has already reported that Queer Eye will start streaming in February. It revolves around five homosexual men, who decide on the fashion and interior designing aspects of the life of a straight man.