Legendary Entertainment has offered some first details about its upcoming “Pacific Rim” anime it will be bringing to Netflix.

The news came during Project Anime, an industry-only event that precedes Los Angeles’ annual Anime Expo. Elie Dekel, who serves as the EVP of brand development and consumer products, revealed that the show will be dropping in 2020 and has already had a second season greenlit.

“This is one of the biggest budget anime series I’ve had the pleasure of working on, and I think that speaks to the commitment of Netflix and Legendary to anime,” Dekel said during the event.

For anyone unfamiliar with the franchise, “Pacific Rim” centers on humanity’s battles with monstrous creatures, called kaiju, invading through a portal in the Pacific Ocean. To combat the kaiju, humanity creates towering robots, known as jaegars, which requires two pilots sharing a neural link to operate in battle.

The new anime will follow two siblings who discover an abandoned jaegar and their attempts to pilot the massive mech as they search for their missing parents. Craig Kyle and Greg Johnson are serving as showrunners while the show will be produced by Japan’s Polygon Pictures.

“Pacific Rim” is also part of a massive push on Netflix’s part to bring more anime to the service, with four more currently in production for the streaming giant.