Ready to witness again the new master of magical cards? Well, we can finally stream “Cardcaptor Sakura Season 3” on Netflix!
Today, Netflix blessed our feeds as they announced that the highly popular anime series will be streamed in the latter part of 2020! What’s more, after Netflix announced adding Cardcaptor Sakura with 96 episodes on Netflix US last June, netizens in the Philippines can now stream the third season of the iconic anime Card Captor Sakura: Clear Card!
If you can still remember the last episode from Season 2, Sakura Kinomoto collected all the cards. But in this latest season, we’re gonna see the story of our beloved Card Captor, Sakura Kinomoto as she embarks on a new quest to find out why her collected cards suddenly became powerless and “clear”.
On top of that, there will be a new villain who succeeded in using forbidden magic and will try to eventually take the cards for himself.
CARD CAPTOR SAKURA ON NETFLIX!!! pic.twitter.com/J8f33WQKPt
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Who is Card Captor Sakura?
As a big fan of CCS, we cannot deny how the OST of this anime, ‘Catch You, Catch Me’ is playing on repeat in our heads right now and we’re definitely excited to memorize the new one! So, to give others some refresher without using the ‘Return’ card, Cardcaptor Sakura is a Japanese anime series written by Clamp on 1996 and 2000. But it’s anime adaptation was released in Japan between 1998 and 2000.
Cardcaptor Sakura tells the story of a young girl, Sakura Kinomoto who found a book of Clow Cards in their a library at home. Out of her curiosity, she opened it and accidentally freed the magical cards stored inside except the ‘Windy’ card. With that being said, Sakura must capture all the cards to prevent the catastrophe told by Kerberos, one of the two Guardians of the Clow Cards created by Clow Reed.
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Looks like we’re a lot of anime fans are rejoicing with this great news! And who knows, there might be some merch to be release again!
Are you a big fan of CCS anime as well?
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