I recommend for listening practice to watch Komi Can’t Communicate on Netflix specifically, for 2 reasons:
Netflix has Japanese closed captioning for Komi, which is rare
You can adjust the playback speed on Netflix (I’ll explain why this is important later)
I recommend Komi specifically because it’s a slice-of-life anime with clearly spoken vocabulary that is mostly simple. It’s a 4/10 difficulty on JPDB, which is perfect for someone having just finished a textbook.
Komi-san wa, Komyushou desu. – Vocabulary list – jpdb
I’ve directly linked the vocabulary by frequency list JPDB provides for Komi, so you can pre-game the show by making your own Anki/flashcards/SRS of your choice with any vocabulary you need to brush up on.
Getting back to the adjustable speed: Go ahead and watch season 1 of Komi with the Engish subs first, since this will be your first foray in. After you’ve completed season 1 with English subs, go back and rewatch with Japanese subtitles - at 1.25x speed (25% faster). You might panic a bit doing this, but it passes quickly, especially because you’ve already watched it once with English subs and will know what is going on, and having hopefully studied some of the vocab ahead of time.
After about 3 episodes of the increased speed, you’ll adjust and it will sound normal. Increasing the playback speed serves a vital role in language learning - it reduces the interval between known words, unknown words that appear more than once, as well as the interval between known and unknown sentence patterns. It also increases your aural processing ability (this is what allows you to determine if a familiar sound is a word you know or a homophone, detect pitch, and detect double vowel and double consonant sounds).
It’ll also increase your reading speed because those Japanese subtitles will be flying across the screen.
If you have the Yomichan plugin, you can mouse over a Japanese subtitle on the screen, and it will pause playback for a moment and pop up a translation of that word.
Once you’ve watched a half season of an anime at increased speed and then put an episode on at normal speed, it will sound like slow motion at first - that’s a great thing! From that moment onward make it your goal to watch all Japanese TV at 1.25x speed, and after a sufficient period of time, up it to 1.5x speed, which will sound like ludicrous chipmunk speed at first, but you’ll adjust again and it will sound fine after awhile.