Netflix has its ups and downs with the licensed content as one may expect, especially if new contracts take a bit of time to get put together. The first two seasons of Yu-Gi-Oh! departed the service back in October 2016 but have now found their way back this weekend. The first season in this English language form clocks in at forty-nine episodes while the second season is forty-eight episodes, making for a lot of really fun all-ages binging to get in the mood for – especially if you’re stuck in snow like we are!
Plot concept: Yuugi is a somewhat frail young boy who happens to be a big fan of gaming of any kind. But when he solves an ancient egyptian puzzle he is granted all the powers of darkness. Now when confronted with danger and injustice, he transforms into a much darker and dangerous form, and proceeds to dish out the justice and punishment for those who so richly deserve it.