The Pokemon animated series will be coming to Netflix on March 1, according to The Pokemon Company.
The 48-episode Pokemon Black & White series will be available in all Netflix regions, while the 80-episode Pokemon: Indigo League series will be available in the US, Canada, UK and Ireland.
Two movies - Pokémon The Movie Black: Victini & Reshiram, and Pokémon The Movie White: Victini & Zekrom - will also be available to view in all regions.
Pokemon Black & White is the fourteenth season of the Pokemon animated series. It originally aired in 2010 and was based on the DS game of the same name.
It follows Ash as he explores the new region of Unova. Series regulars Brock and Dawn no longer accompany him, with new trainers called Iris and Cilan replacing them.
For fans who prefer their Pokemon cartoons a little more old-school, Pokemon: Indigo League is the first ever season of the animated series. Originally aired back in 1997 and based loosely on the original Pokemon Red and Blue games, it tells how Ash, along with his friends Misty and Brock, learns how to become a Pokemon master.
The Pokemon Black and White movies were released on the same day in cinemas. Much like the games, both films have similar plots, with things only changing when each film's legendary Pokemon Reshiram and Zekrom appear.