Where I can watch GTO?

Watch GTO: Great Teacher Onizuka | Netflix.

Is there a GTO movie?

A live action film version of the hit Japanese TV series staring Takashi Sorimachi as Eikichi Onizuka. A live action film version of the hit Japanese TV series staring Takashi Sorimachi as Eikichi Onizuka.

Is Great Teacher Onizuka on Netflix?

Originally a manga written by Tooru Fujisawa, you can now watch the anime adaptation on Netflix. All 43 episodes of the show are available but unfortunately, they’re not in HD.

Why did GTO anime end?

A sequel, titled GTO: Paradise Lost, started in Kodansha’s seinen manga magazine Weekly Young Magazine on April 14, 2014. The manga went on hiatus in June 2015 and resumed publication in December of the same year. The series’ first part finished in October 2017, and went on hiatus due to a staff shortage.

How many episodes of GTO are there?

Great Teacher Onizuka

Episodes 43
Television drama
Directed by Imai Kazuhisa
Produced by Kasai Hideyuki Yamamoto Yoshihiko
GTO In Taiwan

When was Eikichi Onizuka born?

August 3, 1975
Eikichi Onizuka

Eikichi Onizuka Anime Manga
Character Information
Place of Birth Shonan, Kanagawa
Date of Birth August 3, 1975
Age 16 (Bad Company & Shonan Junai Gumi) 22 (GTO & GTO: 14 Days in Shonan) 24 (GTO: Paradise Lost) 25 (GTO (TV Drama 1998)) 26 (GTO Live-Action Film)

Where can I watch Onisuki?

Is story Great Teacher Onizuka worth watching?

In my opinion, its almost as good as this one, and different enough to be entertaining for those who are already fans of the anime. StoryGreat Teacher Onizuka follows the life of Onizuka, a 22 year old ex-gang member who decides he wants to be a teacher.

How realistic is Onizuka in the anime?

As I said, the anime is not very realistic at how Onizuka deals with such problems. In real life he would have ended up fired and imprisoned for every weak for the rest of his life.

What is Onizuka’s job at the Academy?

Through a series of fairly hilarious events, Onizuka manages to land a job at a prestigious academy, but there’s a catch: he’ll be teaching a class full of junior high delinquents.