It’s been basically 1 month since I was writing about the arrival of “Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood” to Netflix, although with a small ‘but’: the anime was incomplete. Indeed, despite the fact that the story from beginning to end has more than 60 episodes to its name, the first batch that landed on the streaming platform did not even reach half of the story as such. Fortunately, that has changed in the last few hours with the incorporation of ALL the remaining content.
If you want to watch Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Netflix is definitely a real option now
Below I leave you everything you should take into account About the anime’s availability on Netflix:
- You will thus find that The anime is divided into 5 different parts, each of these having a total of 13 episodes except for the last part, which has 12 episodes.. The total? The 64 episodes that actually make up the official anime of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. 😉
- Likewise, like the first batch of episodes that were added to Netflix, in this case all new episodes also have Spanish dubbing. Come on, you can’t ask for anything more in terms of comfort. 🤗
- On the other hand, in case there are those who do not have Netflix at their disposal, I will remember that, practically at the same time, it was Prime Video, the platform that was responsible for adding Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood to its catalog, and also with all the same advantages that you will find in the red ‘N’ streaming. 🤩
Obviously, when one talks about “Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood” one is talking about one of the most emblematic animes in the entire industry. In fact, even the appearance of “Frieren” that the story of the Elric brothers remained the undisputed leader in terms of the ratings of the best anime in the history of MyAnimeList. Therefore, in case you have not given a chance to an anime that was shaped by the same studio as “My Hero Academia” until now, now you have everything ready for it.
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