The 13 best one-season anime you can watch in a weekend

It’s nothing new to note that there’s too much TV to watch, and this staggering wealth of options applies to anime too. With streaming services like Crunchyroll and Funimation making it easier than ever to keep up with seasonals, Netflix increasingly producing more original anime, and an abundance of classic series now available to watch without tracking down illegally ripped DVDs on eBay, it’s easy to get overwhelmed when deciding what to watch. And sure, choosing to marathon a long-running anime like One Piece, which will air its 1,000th episode on Nov. 20, means you can avoid having to make another streaming decision for a long, long time. However, this also means you’ll have less time
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