Hey?! Listen?! Rumors of The Legend of Zelda Anime Coming to Neftlix

The Hero of Hyrule Coming to Netflix and Chill

What a beautiful time we’re living in where gaming companies and streaming companies can come together and bring us something we’ve wanted for the past thirty years. Right now Nintendo and Netflix are in talks about coming together to bring The Hero of Hyrule to the streaming service. This is incredibly big news for fanboys and girls who are in love with the franchise.

Which if you consider the popularity of both companies this was just a matter of time before Link flaunted some juicy anime eyes. On a blog run my anime giant Studio Ghibli they spoke on how the two companies are working on the ground level of the new story that will become one of the most coveted anime on Netflix’s platform, and IMDB confirmed this information with new details on what’s coming.

Season 1 will be based on “The Ocarina of Time” and “Majora’s Mask”

Season 2 based on “Link to the Past” and “Links Awakening”

Season 3 based on “Wind Waker” and “Phantom Hourglass”

There’s even a section on IMDb where a page has been dedicated to the anime, and it is the single biggest piece of evidence that this is actually happening, and according to IMDb Pro The Legend of Zelda series is already filming and Nintendo is currently listed as the production company behind the series and Netflix is being listed as the distributor.


The only concern anyone has about this IMDb page is that the image they’re using is not an official image and is a fan made image, but it’s still giving us hope!

The producer behind the Netflix Castlevania is rumored to be working on this new project and it’s been said that he’s already working for a “Japanese video-game company” which in my opinion would confirm the rumors even further.

Even though we can’t confirm or deny the existence of The Legend of Zelda anime series but either way we’re completely excited for it. What do you guys think? Are you excited to see The Legend of Zelda coming to the world of anime or is this just another nostalgia cash grab? Let us know in the comments below.

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