Castlevania Animated Series Now Available on Netflix, Second Season Confirmed

Castlevania Animated Series Now Available on Netflix, Second Season Confirmed

Looking for something new to watch this weekend? Break out of your show rut with the Castlevania animated series which is now available on Netflix. The show follows Trevor Belmont, vampire hunter and last of the Belmont clan, in his quest to rid the world of the evil Dracula and his beastly minions.

The first season is a quick jaunt of 4, 23 minute episodes so you can get through it in a couple of hours. But Netflix has confirmed that a second season will happen and it will contain 8 episodes. Now they need to go ahead and get us a release date for The Witcher series that’s also coming to the streaming service. Bring on the gaming shows. Now if only someone would create a solid Game of Thrones RPG…


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6 comments on “Castlevania Animated Series Now Available on Netflix, Second Season Confirmed”

  1. Avatar EldritchImagination says:

    Damn, Netflix is getting their own anime now?

  2. Avatar TSMP says:

    Oh, it’s Netflix? Drat, that’s unfortunate. There are only so many streaming services I’m willing to subscribe to at once.

  3. Avatar skarekrow13 says:

    I watched the first three episodes last night and will likely finish up season 1 (since it’s only one more episode) tonight.

    Overall it’s pretty good, with a definite lean toward the adult market. Trying not to have spoilers, but it suffers from trying to condense the story into 4 episodes (a primary character has a pretty absurdly fast change of heart for instance) and they made the mistake of having the antagonist be a little too easy to sympathize with.

  4. Avatar Emergence says:

    would you want to write a condensed review of it?

  5. Avatar skarekrow13 says:

    Sure. How condensed do you want it? Also, gist of the narrative or a few spoilers?

  6. Avatar Emergence says:

    I’d say make it a bit shorter than a typical review. You’re really just evaluating story and setting, visual and audio. Narrative gist is good, but I would avoid any heavy spoilers such as plot twists or reveals.


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