Animated Shows on Netflix

In the last few years Netflix has released dozens of their own Netflix Original animated shows. Some great and and met with great reception and a lot of mediocre ones too. Some of Netflix’s older shows like Bojack Horseman and F is for Family have been running since mid 2010’s. The animated comedy-drama Bojack Horseman has been renewed for a sixth and final season of 16 episodes, split into two parts, which will premiere October 25, 2019 and January 31, 2020, respectively. On the other hand, F is for Family has been renewed for a fourth season, which is set to be released in 2020.

Other animated shows on Netflix with new seasons to come includes She-ra which premiered on November 13, 2018, and is already on it’s fourth season, which was announced at New York Comic Con and is scheduled for release on November 5, 2019. The Dragon Prince is set to release on November 22, this year as well. Disenchantment recently released the second half of its first season on September 20, 2019. In October 2018, Disenchantment was renewed for a twenty-episode second season, to be released between 2020 and 2021.

Netflix was not nice to those show not performing well and canceled both Twelve Forever and Tuca and Bertie after both only having a single season. Both shows first seasons where released and then canceled all in 2019, saddening many fans alike. Shows that did make it though to a second season this year includes Love, Death and Robots and Carmen San Deigo which released October 1st. Hilda, a
British-Canadian fantasy show based on the graphic novel of the same name is also set to release a second season in 2020 as of now. New show coming to Netflix include Diablo, a new series based on the video game series and The Liberator, A+E Studio’s first project for Netflix is a four-part animated World War 2 drama series based on the book by Alex Kershaw.


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