Still want to view it? Unless ... Uryuu Minene teams up with Yukiteru again to terminate John Bacchus, but under certain condition. Babysitting is hell. Negotiations have failed and the Fourth goes in for the kill.
Mirai Nikki revolves around a group of young adults trying to kill each other in order to become the god of space and time. Some good family content is also coming to Netflix in April—that’s good, since it’s possible all of our kids will be out of school for the foreseeable future. But the Eleventh always seems to be one step ahead of the others! Except that the Sevenths have Yuki and Yuno's cell phones, and Dad has a secret. Yukiteru's life takes a turn for the strange when his diary starts recording events before they happen and Dues announces that he's not so imaginary after all, and a turn for the sinister when his diary announces his own impending death. Sorry, Future Diary (2012) isn't available on Netflix United States, but is available in a different country. He then gets a "future diary" program on his cellphone. Arata Hoshino is a lazy college student, who doesn't believe in working for his future or putting in the effort. Try Mirai Nikki, it means The Future Diary… it is really dark, depressing, and filled with murder… its is actually pretty good. No hidden fees, equipment rentals, or installation appointments. And what does Kurusu really want with Minene?