Netflix has announced that the anime series Cyberpunk: Edgerunners will start streaming on September 13th with a new "NSFW" trailer.
Meanwhile, the show Resident Evil has been cancelled ahead of a potential second season.
The show was originally released in July and was based on the popular Capcom video game.
Cyberpunk: Edgerunners has been in production for a while and will consist of 10 episodes, each 30 minutes long.
Netflix announced the cancellation of Resident Evil prior to a potential second season.
Star Lance Reddick confirmed the news in a tweet following a Deadline report.
The show was based on Capcom's long-running survival horror video game series and premiered on Netflix this July with a story split into two timelines: 2022 and post-apocalyptic 2036.
On the other hand, the upcoming anime series Cyberpunk: Edgerunners finally has a release date.
The show has been in production for some time with a running time of 10 episodes, each one being 30 minutes long.
As part of the announcement, Netflix released a new graphic trailer ahead of the show's debut next month.
While the reason for the cancellation of Resident Evil is unknown, fans of the series were disappointed with the decision.
Conversely, the announcement of Cyberpunk: Edgerunners gained a lot of praise, with people showing their excitement for the anime adaptation.