Netflix is launching an animated series called ‘Spriggan.’ The developers of the intriguing animated series, Spriggan, took a long time to reveal the new update to the series. And now the time has come for the creators of the series to provide us with a new update on the series. And now we’ll reveal all of the fresh information and insights about the upcoming animated series. And here are the entire bars from the anime series Spriggan.
The good news about the long-awaited series may have already reached many ears of the audience, but anyone who is still unaware of the details about the new series can look at this article to get a peek of everything there is to know about the series. Season one of the series will launch in June 2022, according to the developers of the show.
Today, May 27th, Netflix released the official trailer for the new anime Spriggan, but what is the series about, who is creating it, and, most importantly, when will it be released worldwide?
WHAT IS THE SPRIGGAN ANIMATION SERIES?
The planned Spriggan anime series is based on Hiroshi Takashige’s manga, which was serialised in Japan from 1991 to 1996.
In Spriggan, an ancient civilization once ruled over Earth with knowledge and technology much exceeding that of today’s world, making their relics extraordinarily powerful but also exceedingly well hidden.
However, one organisation called ARCAM is attempting to keep those artefacts concealed from these military superpowers…their special forces agents are known as Strikers or, more colloquially, Spriggans.
CONFIRMED SPRIGGAN RELEASE DATE AND EPISODE COUNT
The Spriggan anime series, as indicated by the recent trailer, will be available worldwide on Netflix on Saturday, June 18th.
Spriggan season 1 will premiere all six episodes on June 18th, though we don’t know how long each episode will be — our best guess is around the 25-minute mark, as with many of their other original anime titles.
Spriggan will premiere around the world at the following times, in accordance with the regular release of new content, aside from the weekly simulcast K-dramas:
- Pacific Time: 12 AM PDT
- Eastern Time: 3 AM EDT
- British Time: 8 AM BST
- European Time: 9 AM CEST
- India Time: 12.30 PM IST
- Philippine Time: 3 PM PHT
- Japan Time: 4 PM JST
- Australia Time: 4.30 PM ACST