Sword Art Online

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Live action adaptation of the Japanese light novel. Follow brilliant young beta tester Kirito and his group of friends when they are trapped - alongside 10,000 other people - in a next-generation virtual reality online role-playing game.

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Genres: Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Drama


Production:Skydance Television.

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Season 1

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