When will 'Make My Day' release on Netflix? All you need to know about sci-fi anime series
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: 'Make My Day,' an anime series that appears to be inspired by John Carpenter's 'The Thing,' has just been unveiled by digital giant Netflix. Compared to other anime genres like romance and comedy, horror anime has not had as many series, but if the upcoming Netflix shows are any indicator, more creators are getting into spooky tales.
On Tuesday, Netflix began streaming the official trailer for the anime series 'Make My Day,' based on a manga by Yasuo Ohtagaki. In the teaser, February 2, 2023 was announced as the start date for the anime. Netflix's sci-fi anime was originally announced as a movie for 2021, but the company now says the anime is a series.
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When does 'Make My Day' release?
This horror anime is all set to release on Netflix on February 2, 2023.
How can I watch 'Make My Day'?
After its release on February 2, you can watch the film on streaming giant Netflix. Make sure you have a subscription to the streaming platform to watch the film along with many other movies and series on the platform.
Who’s acting in 'Make My Day'?
Netflix announced that Atsuko Tanaka will play the lead role of Cathy Beck in the series. She is joined on the cast list by Masaomi Yamahashi as Jim, Ayahi Takagaki as Marnie, Kazuhiro Yamaji as Walter and Akio Ohtsuka as Commander Bark.
What is the plot of 'Make My Day'?
According to the official synopsis of the movie, "On a cold planet of ice and snow, mysterious creatures suddenly have appeared from the dark underground and have begun to attack the inhabitants. Can humanity survive the terror lurking beyond the horizon?"
What is the buzz around 'Make My Day'?
'Make My Day' is on the list of most anticipated shows and movies from TV, scheduled for release on Netflix in February. Among others are 'Class,' 'Infiesto,' 'Stromboli,' 'Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go' Season 2, 'True Spirit,' 'Call Me by Your Name,' 'Daddy's Little Girls,' 'Eat Pray Love,' and many more.
Watch the trailer of the anime series below: