Toonami Jetstream Provided Some Hidden Anime Gems

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As anime gained solid footing with American audiences through multiple successful programming blocks, networks began to expand their offerings by testing streaming shows or other alternate options. Before streaming was commonplace, the interfaces and sites offering the service were only sometimes user-friendly. While Toonami Jetstream may have gone overlooked and undercooked, it housed many anime gems that never saw their time on cable.


The late 1990s and 2000s saw enough growth in…

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