Upcoming international line-up includes multi-language dubs of popular anime including ‘That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime,’ ‘Re:ZERO − Starting Life in Another World,’ and ‘The Rising of the Shield Hero.’
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More than 25 series set to stream in Spring 2021; new line-up promises a host of fan favorites, new and old, including Crunchyroll originals and exclusives.
The final season of the popular dark fantasy anime series culminates with an epic war that will determine the fate of humanity; season finale set for March 28.
Horror action series the top vote getter at 5th annual celebration, as 15 million global votes are cast in 18 award categories; ‘Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!’ named best animation.
Join the global celebration of the best anime of 2020; the show will stream live on multiple platforms.
Crunchyroll tapped to bring new anime to platforms worldwide; series is based on the award-winning novel and manga by Kei Azumi.
The ‘Fantasy World’ themed crate boasts a plush version of the dungeon spider from the ‘So I’m a Spider, So What’ anime series.
The 'Luther' and 'Thor: Ragnarok' star's Green Door Pictures signs deal with leading anime brand to produce animated Afro-futuristic series set in a city where the rise of biotech has widened the gap between haves and have-nots.
Also known as ‘Mobile Suit Gundam 0079,’ the series complements the 10+ ‘Gundam’ titles currently available on the anime platform; all episodes are in both English dub and subtitles.
With nominations announced, fans can now vote on all their favorites - every day in every category - through January 22; winners to be revealed on February 19.
Embark on a new adventure with a little spider, a forest spirit, an ancient magus, and more with The Loot Company’s Crunchyroll crate.
International line-up includes multi-language dubs of popular anime including ‘Jujutsu Kaisen,’ ‘So I’m a Spider, So What,’ ‘Burn the Witch,’ and ‘Dr. Stone.’
Popular animated sci-fi series will stream globally on Crunchyroll and Anime Digital Network; simultaneous Japanese premiere planned.
More than 30 series set to stream beginning early 2021; the new line-up promises a host of fan favorites, new and old, including Crunchyroll originals and exclusives.
A new year of anime fun is yours with a visit from the doctor, a trip to the library, a fight with a dragon, and a visit to a strange new world with The Loot Company’s Crunchyroll crate.
Deal brings leading anime content platform’s 3 million+ SVOD subscribers and 90 million registered users into the Sony entertainment fold.
More than 50 titles, including Crunchyroll Originals such as ‘The God of High School’ and ‘Tower of God,’ will air in primetime on free linear television network.
Streaming platform releases English dubs for popular anime series including ‘I'm Standing on a Million,’ ‘Noblesse,’ ‘Jujutsu Kaisen,’ and ‘TONIKAWA: Over the Moon for You.’
Digital comic publisher announces new partnerships with Vertigo Entertainment, Bound Entertainment, and Rooster Teeth Studios; studio will also leverage existing relationships with their pool of writers and artists to build franchises across all media platforms.
Enjoy a refreshing injection of levity without the commitment of a regular-length show with the cutest two-minute anime you’ve ever seen.
The seriously adult show, in terms of bloodshed, about an Aztec boy named Izel, who finds himself caught in the middle of the Gods’ war for the future of humanity, premieres November 21.
The fall anime line-up keeps getting bigger with new titles, including ‘I’m Standing on a Million Lives;’ ‘Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai;’ ‘Is the Order a Rabbit? BLOOM;’ ‘Rail Romanesque;’ and ‘One Room 3rd.’