The platform Netflix announced that it will add the first season of the animated adaptation of the manga, written and illustrated by, to its catalog in Latin America Tadatoshi Fujimaki, Kuroko no basket ((Kurokos basketball) on January 15, 2021.

Fujimaki published the original manga in the magazine Weekly shonen jump from the publisher Shueisha Between December 2008 and September 2014 the story was compiled in a total of 30 volumes. A second manga called Kurokos Basketball: Extra Game was published between December 2014 and March 2016 in only two volumes.

The piece inspired a 25-episode anime adaptation produced by the studios. Production IGA second season, also with 25 episodes, premiered in October 2013, followed by a third season with 25 episodes in January 2015. Finally, the manga also inspired a sequel in the format of a three-part film project that was released in 2016, as well as a film with the Title that ended the project Kuroko no Basket Film 4: Last Game and published in March 2017.

Synopsis of Kuroko no Basket

Teikou High School is famous for its renowned basketball team "The Generation of Miracles" - a team of five child prodigies, each with unique skills that are considered invincible during their three years of study. Blinded by pride, however, they parted and entered various preparatory schools after graduation.

Taiga Kagami, who has just returned from America, joins the Seirin High School basketball team in search of strong members. There he meets Tetsuya Kuroko, a seemingly unremarkable player, only for Kagami to discover that he is the "sixth phantom member" of the Generation of Miracles: an invisible player who used his impeccable passing skills to help the team off the wings. Shadow. Together they decide to defeat the Generation of Miracles and make Seirin's basketball team the best in Japan.

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