Violet Evergarden Begins on Netflix in Some Territories, Not U.S.
posted on by Andrew Osmond
The first episode of Kyoto Animation's Violet Evergarden series launched in several Netflix territories on Thursday, but is not available in the United States. It is available in at least the following territories: Canada, the United Kingdom, the Philippines, and Japan.
In Canada, the series is available with audio in English, Japanese, French, Italian, and Spanish, and subtitled in English, French, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish.
In the UK, the series is available with audio in English, Japanese, French, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese, and subtitled in English, French, Japanese (CC), Polish, and Arabic.
In the Philippines, the series is available with audio in English, Japanese, and Spanish, and subtitled in English, Japanese, Spanish, and Traditional and Simplified Chinese.
In Japan, the series can only be found by searching under the Japanese title, ヴァイオレット・エヴァーガーデン. It has audio in English, Japanese, and Brazilian Portuguese, and it is subtitled in English, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Simplified Chinese.
Netflix began listing the anime in some territories with a January 11 release in December. The show premiered on television in Japan on January 10. Netflix will stream the series worldwide; the show's official website still lists spring 2018 as the show's international release window.
Kyoto Animation had announced at the first-episode screening of the anime at the C3 AFA Singapore event in November that Netflix will begin streaming the series in Singapore in January.
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