‘Magi: Adventure of Sindbad’ is leaving Netflix in July 2021

Magi: Adventure of Sindbad – Picture: Netflix

Another Netflix original series is expected to be released worldwide by Netflix in July 2021. The entire first season of Magi: Adventures of Sindbad will leave Netflix worldwide on July 7th, 2021, meaning your last day to watch it will be July 6th.

Magi: Adventures of Sindbad as it is labeled on Netflix (sometimes labeled Mage: Sindbad no Bouken elsewhere) is an anime series that originally aired on multiple networks in Japan, but was licensed exclusively to Netflix back in 2016, shortly after the last episode aired on JNN.

All regions streaming the show, including the US, Canada, UK, Australia and the other 34 countries, will expire in early July 2021.

If you’ve never immersed yourself in the series, here’s what you can expect:

“The magicians who became High King of the Seven Seas began as boys with the aim of making the world a better place. He starts with a dangerous dungeon. “

The show is available with English dubbing and sub-options, as well as audio options for German, Spanish, and French. Many subtitle options are also available.

The series holds a 7.6 on IMDb.

In July 2016, 13 episodes came to Netflix, suggesting that Netflix could only license the show for a five-year period. Of course, labeling Netflix Originals still has its pitfalls, and this is one of them. Point is not the only Netflix Original to leave the service, but joins a growing list of Netflix Originals that are no longer available.

The greatest Netflix Original Anime ever Point has been Knight of Sidonia who left, returned, and left Netflix. Either way, this isn’t new, nor will it be the last anime to leave Netflix. In case of Knight of Sidonia, it hasn’t appeared on any other streaming service since it left Netflix.

To see what else is leaving Netflix in July 2021, check out our various posts covering Netflix in the US, CA, AU and UK.

Will you miss Magi: Adventures of Sindbad when it leaves Netflix? Let us know in the comments below.

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