We have uplifting news and terrible news for you, Studio Ghibli fans, and that is generally going to rely upon where you live.
The explanation? Netflix has gotten the restrictive rights to show Hayao Miyazaki’s epic library of motion pictures, in each domain worldwide aside from North America and Japan (sorry, folks — in case you’re in the U.S. you can at present watch them on HBO Max, however.)
For those of us Netflix endorsers who are based universally, that is an astounding 21 new films – from the incredibly lovely, Oscar-winning Spirited Away to the crushingly miserable Grave of the Fireflies.
“These days, there are different extraordinary ways a film can contact crowds,” Studio Ghibli maker Toshio Suzuki said in an announcement, per The Hollywood Reporter. “We’ve tuned in to our fans and have settled on the complete choice to stream our film inventory. We trust individuals around the globe will find the universe of Studio Ghibli through this experience.”
Studio Ghibli movies will be accessible to stream on Netflix’s universal administrations, beginning Feb. 2020.