As we already know last week it was announced by Toonami animation that Dragon Ball Super will officially premier in english, on Saturday the 7th of January.
As a result it is likely there will an enormous spike in the popularity of the series, as many fans have waited patiently for almost two years for Dragon Ball Super of be english dubbed.
Now with this sudden spike it may result in an increase in the interest of past episodes as well, and so Netflix who are trying to broaden their anime line up, may start try and introduce more Dragon Ball to its members.
The Seven Deadly Sins, Pokémon, Yu-Gi-oh, Full Metal Alchemist, Fairy Tale and Naruto are already available for streaming on Netflix, and I feel Dragon Ball may not be too far away.
With the Dragon Ball demand set to significantly increase in 2017, it is likely that Netflix may try and bolster its anime line up once again with Goku and all of the other Z-Fighters.
At the moment Netflix has no Dragon Ball Z titles available in Australia or the US, but for fans in Japan, Germany, Franc and Switzerland fans, things are slightly better.
With Bio-Broly currently being available in Germany and Switzerland (Out of all movies why that one). Return of Cooler is restricted to only Germany, Denmark and Switzerland, also Fusion Reborn as well as Wrath of the Dragon is too only available in France.
As we expect Japan do have a lot more options than other countries when it comes to Dragon Ball as well as other anime too, but what about the US and Australia?
Australia has only had Netflix for a short while with shows being added to the streaming service regularly but as for the US, to not have Dragon Ball is somewhat surprising.
At the moment Animax is the company who own the rights to Dragon Ball in the US, and in the past have withheld a great deal of its content to streaming services.
However, with the sudden boom in the demand for Dragon Ball content that we are expecting in 2017, I do expect there will be negotiations made between Netflix and Animax in the near future, to have a larger variety of Dragon Ball content brought to more countries around the world on Netflix.