Netflix rolls out new additions to its growing lineup of Asian TV shows

Prepare to binge watch. Netflix continues to get bigger and better. New titles are being added to the growing list of streamed Asian TV shows in the content streaming service provider.

Whether you are home or are stuck in traffic, you can enjoy binge-watching any Netflix content. The download feature in the service’s mobile app would enable you to download and save selected episodes of your favorite Asian TV shows so you can watch those when you are stuck in traffic, even if you are not connected to the internet.

Here are some of the most interesting binge-worthy TV shows fresh from Japan and South Korea (and now streaming) that are spicing up the new lineup of Asian TV shows for drama, comedy, or anime fans in the region.

Black
The popular fantasy-thriller from South Korea tells the story of a Grim Reaper (angel of death), a detective and a lady who can foresee death. You will get to the edge of your seats as dark mysteries from 20 years ago unfold.

 

A Korean Odyssey: Season 1
This Netflix Original horror-drama series from South Korea features the tale of a mythical creature whose self-serving goal to attain invincibility backfires when he meets a woman who holds the key that could force him to comply to her every order.

 

Argon: Season 1
In an era when news gets provocative and often misleading, a team of passionate investigative TV news reporters struggle to bring truth to the table. This modern-day Korean newsroom drama is considered by most critics as among the most socially relevant shows to watch these days.

 

Ainori Love Wagon: Asian Journey: Season 1
They have never met before. But there is no other exciting way to fall in love than on an Asian roadtrip. The Japanese reality show features seven young men and women who take the trip around the world to find true love.

 

Violet Evergarden
The anime series is based on a Japanese novel. What happens when automatons that are meant to aid people with disabilities become weapons for destruction? The main character, Violet, writes letters to understand not just her past but also herself.

 

Devilman Crybaby
This anime based on a hit manga series is about a demon possessing a dead boy’s body so he could do evil deeds. Unexpectedly, he falls in love and realizes the changes taking over his heart.

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