This article originally appeared on ABACUS China’s biggest anime streaming site Bilibili is partnering with the Discovery Channel, saying they will bring 145 documentaries to a Chinese audience. Bilibili, China’s biggest anime site, covers the screen in user comments That means that quick-witted (and sometimes flat-out toxic) netizens will be able to troll shows like Man vs Wild with bullet comments -- the brutal one-line comments contributed by viewers that float directly above the footage you’re watching, screaming for attention. (Just imagine all the vitriol internet trolls would spill as they bash that poor little meerkat in Planet Earth who was slow to pop his head up.) Bilibili said its site will soon feature a dedicated Discovery Channel page. It will host more than 200 hours of exclusive contents from Discovery. Bilibili's COO Li Ni said , “Documentaries have become an important component in Bilibili’s ecosystem. Users are increasingly demanding quality documentaries.” Bilibili is trying to revamp its image and turn into a legitimate content provider. It used to be a scrappy little place for millennials to watch Japanese anime… mostly unlicensed and illegal. But now it’s grabbing official rights to lots of big-name anime and encouraging live-streaming. Why the pivot? The site has increasingly been under fire from the Chinese government for everything from unlicensed shows to borderline pornographic content . In July, its app was even taken down by the government amid a content “clean-up”. China’s anti-porn office cracks down on videos of women whispering into microphones For more insights into China tech, sign up for our tech newsletters , subscribe to our Inside China Tech podcast , and download the comprehensive 2019 China Internet Report . Also roam China Tech City , an award-winning interactive digital map at our sister site Abacus .