Netflix was one of the go-to platforms for anime fans. But recently, due to the financial crunch, the company has been sidelining anime projects and losing anime titles. Regardless of whether you are into sports or not, Haikyu has won fans all over the world with its fleshed-out characters and dynamics. The volleyball anime has two seasons available to watch on Netflix. Let’s find out whether Haikyu Season 3 is available on Netflix or not.
What is the plot of the anime?
It’s a Japanese anime series based on the hugely popular manga of the same name. Author Haruichi Furudate is a prolific manga artist who produces a new chapter every week. The anime series made its debut on the TV screen back in 2012. Usually, the studio adapts the manga into an anime after 2 years.
The shonen manga highlights the journey of Hinata Shouyou. He longs to become a professional volleyball player. When his middle school volleyball team loses to King of the Court, Tobio Kageyama, he vows to defeat him. But they are forced to make an alliance when they find themselves on the same volleyball team at Karasuno High School.
Is Haikyuu season 3 available to stream on Netflix?
The streamer used to carry the first two seasons of the sports anime, but it left the platform in November 2021. Almost more than a year later, fans are still waiting for Haikyuu season 3 to drop on Netflix. Even though the third season has already arrived in a few selected regions, you can stream it on Netflix Japan, Germany, and Switzerland. However, it still isn’t available on Netflix US yet. The streamer hasn’t released any official statement regarding the release date yet.
Where can you watch Hinata’s journey?
Amazon Prime and Hulu subscribers are out of luck as the anime is unavailable on these platforms. However, you can watch the third installment on Crunchyroll. If you don’t have a subscription you can sign up for the 14-day free trial on Crunchyroll. It is also available on HiDive.
If you still want more, you can always pick up the manga. So far 36 volumes are available on the bookshelves.