Cardcaptor Sakura Comes to Netflix on June 1st

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On May 18th, NX announced that Cardcaptor Sakura is coming to Netflix. The service will start streaming the Clow Card and Sakura Card arcs on June 1st. Both series will be available in the US and Canada.

Also with the announcement was a clip from the Animax dub of the anime, giving a short look at the anime for those that may not be familiar.

About Cardcaptor Sakura

The first two seasons cover the Clow Card arc while the third season takes up the Sakura Card arc.

Until the anime comes to Netflix, Cardcaptor Sakura is still available on both Crunchyroll and Funimation.

Sakura Kinomoto was an ordinary 4th grader until the day she opened a strange book and let dozens of powerful magic cards loose on the world. Keroberos, the Guardian of the Clow Cards, informs Sakura that it is now her responsibility to find and capture the freed cards. However, much to the reluctant Sakura’s dismay, things aren’t going to be easy for her; simply saying magic words and waving her wand around isn’t good enough. Each card is a living, thinking, extremely powerful being. She’ll have to learn to cope with her new responsibilities, as well as ordinary troubles involving love, school, family, and friends. With the support of her friend Tomoyo and a young boy with powers of his own, she must learn how to use her newly awakened magical abilities to collect each card and prevent the disaster that will befall the world if she doesn’t.

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The series originally aired from 1998 to 2000. It also had two movies and a sequel in 2018 Clear Card. Hopefully this new airing on Netflix will bring new fans to the Cardcaptor Sakura series.

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