If you want to catch the Pokémon and anime on Netflix, you’ll need to use the Pokémon filter.
This is a handy trick if you’re a Pokémon fan and want to watch the games without having to download or pay for the games themselves.
To watch Jojo, you can simply search for the Jojo anime series on Netflix or any of the other Netflix-affiliated anime channels, then click on the “Watch” button at the top of the screen.
To filter Jojo titles, click on a title from the list and you’ll see a list of all the JoJo titles available on Netflix.
Once you’ve done that, you’re ready to go.
For Pokémon, you just need to search for “Pokémon: The Movie” or “Pokémon Movie: The Animation.”
For the anime, you simply need to go to “Watch Anime” and you can also choose the Jojomarachi anime to filter by.
If you’re looking for more Pokémon titles, check out our guide to all the Pokémon titles available online.
Now, let’s get to the real fun: watching JoJo and Pokémon anime on your own TV or PC.
We’ll start by getting a bunch of Netflix-related apps working.
To do that, we’ll need a few things: an Android or iOS device that supports Netflix (you can get a free Google Play TV or Amazon Fire TV from the Play Store), an internet connection, and a Google Chromecast.
Let’s get those together first.
On your Android or iPhone, you will need to download the Android or Apple TV app from Google Play.
To get it to work, head to Settings and tap on “Apps.”
Scroll down to “Add to Home Screen” and then tap on the Android TV icon in the bottom right.
Once that’s done, tap “Add a new app.”
Scroll to “More” and select “Android TV” from the dropdown menu and then “Add an Android TV app.”
Then tap “Ok” to add the Android app.
When you’re done, head over to your Chromecast and plug it in.
It should now start up on your Android TV.
Next, head back to Settings.
Head to “Network & WiFi” and tap “Advanced.”
Scroll all the way down to the “Add network” section and then select “WiFi.”
Next, tap on “+Add” and set the WiFi network to the one you just added.
Finally, head up to “Settings” and choose “Advanced” under “Wi-Fi.”
Once you’re there, tap the “+Add Network” button to add your new network.
Now that the Android and Apple TV apps are ready, head into the Chrome browser on your computer.
You’ll notice a new menu option.
Go to “Applications” and head to “Content.”
Scroll around the menu until you see the Jo Jo: The Video Game title.
Tap on that to start watching the JoJos video game.
You can then hit “Continue” to finish watching the series.
You may have noticed that JoJo has been playing a bit differently on the Chromecast than it is on your television.
Instead of using an app, the JoJO games run on the browser.
To add Jojo games to the browser, just head to the Google Play Store, click “Add,” then select the Jo Jō: The Anime title.
This will bring up the Jo Jos Anime tab.
You will need an Android device or iOS smartphone to stream JoJo to your computer, so head over there and install the Android mobile app from the Google App store.
You’re now ready to watch your favorite JoJo anime series.
We highly recommend watching the first episode of JoJo: The First Movie (the one where the Jo team get their heads blown off by the Jo’s evil ghost).
If you don’t have an Android mobile device, you could use an Android app or the Apple TV, which will also work.
On a Mac or PC, you might also want to use an application called JojoMovie.
If that’s not possible, there are some apps out there that can stream JoJo anime on an iOS device.
If none of those work for you, we suggest the Joji Movie app.
To use the JoMovie app, head in to the Jo JO: The Series section of the JoJoe website.
Click on “Watch JoJo” in the top right of the app, then “Watch Series” to start streaming the Jo jo: TheMovie.
This app will then show the JoSJ anime on the iPhone, iPad, or Android device that you just set up.
Once the Jo-JO movie has started playing, head out into the world and catch the first glimpse of JoJoes favorite heroes and villains, including the Pokémon Mewtwo!
To watch the entire JoJo series, head through the JojaMovie app or