Over the past few years, Anime’s fan base has grown rapidly all around the world. One of the most famous and in-demand Anime shows is Naruto: Shippuden. The series began broadcasting in 2007 and ended in 2017 after exactly 500 episodes. In 2009, the series started airing on Disney XD, but it was cancelled in 2011 due to increased violence scenes.

The show’s premise is quite straightforward. It follows young Naruto as he trains to become a Hokage. The series’ earned popularity for its over the top action sequences.

Is Naruto: Shippuden available on Netflix?

The availability of Naruto: Shippuden on Netflix is dependent on your region. Currently, the series is available in Belgium, France, Switzerland, Canada, Germany, Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico.

The number of seasons available also varies depending on the region. Belgium, France, and Switzerland have all 21 seasons, Canada and Germany have the first 10 seasons, while Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico have the first five seasons.

There is a chance that Naruto: Shippuden will come to Netflix in other regions as time goes by. Switzerland – the latest region to get the show – got it in March 2020.

Conversely, regions with Naruto: Shippuden might lose the show as time progresses. It depends on the contract that a Netflix region has with distributors of the show.

Where is Naruto: Shippuden available for streaming?

Naruto: Shippuden is available for streaming on Hulu. The series is also accessible worldwide on Crunchyroll.