The push to get Daisuki with more content is going to be apparent this year and one of the new things that the streaming service is picking up is Kuroko’s Basketball. The service will be streaming the third season of the series when it debuts this Saturday with English subtitles among others. The show will be available in North and Central America, Latin America, Europe (except French-speaking areas), Oceania (except French Polynesia), Africa (except for Tunisia), and Asia (except for Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore). The streaming will have English, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and German subtitles.
In addition to that, they’ll be bringing out the first two seasons of the series as well on January 13th with ten episodes from the fifty episodes out so far each week.
The first two seasons previously streamed through Crunchyroll.
The series is bringing back the main cast and it looks like the main production team will be returning as well and there’s also the new players in the game. With the team going up against a new school, Rakuzan, there are new players to deal with. The show has cast Wataru Hatano as Reo Mibuchi, Toshiki Masuda as Kotarō Hayama, and Takahiro Fujiwara as Eikichi Nebuya. They’ll get their first appearance before the show though as they’re performing in the new drama CD that’s coming with the 30th volume of the series that’s out in early December. That volume is also the final volume of the series before the new series from Tadatoshi Fujimaki began at the end of December.
Series premise: An up-and-coming power player, Taiga Kagami, is just back from America. When he comes to Seirin High School, he meets the super-ordinary boy, Tetsuya Kuroko. Kagami is shocked to find that Kuroko isn’t good at basketball, in fact, he’s bad! And he’s so plain that he’s impossible to see. But Kuroko’s plainness lets him pass the ball around without the other team noticing him, and he’s none other than the sixth member of the Miracle Generation.