If you enjoy, Anime RetroCrush has some good news for you as it expands its free streaming lineup with the addition of multiple popular shows. RetroCrush is a new anime streaming service that was previously called Viewster Anime. Now Cinedigm, the parent company, is rebranding it and bringing more shows to the service.
You can find RetroCrush on its website or on many popular streaming services, including Samsung TV Plus, Sling TV, Philo, and Amazon Freevee.
“By curating top-quality content and expanding its availability, RetroCrush has become a go-to destination for fans of classic anime movies and TV series. It’s hard to believe that RetroCrush launched on social media just a few years ago and quickly grew into a full-fledged VOD and FAST channel. The channel’s continued success is a testament to the strength of being a part of the Cinedigm streaming portfolio for the past year, and we look forward to the next phase of growth.” Said Cinedigm’s EVP and General Manager, Cinedigm Networks, David Chu.
To help grow its RetroCrush is adding more new content this summer. THis includes new content ranging from the Yu-Gi-Oh series and movies (all of which are classic properties), the Urusei Yatsura movie collection, and for the first time ever, a newly remastered version of Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water will be available exclusively for streaming this June via the company’s partnership with GKIDS.
There is no exact date on when these shows will join RetroCrush.
Here is how RetroCrush describes its service:
RetroCrush is a streaming service dedicated to the Golden Age of anime.
Watch classic anime that matters, including exclusive first-time English releases. Revisit your favorite shows and discover forgotten gems. There is something for all anime lovers.
Free to stream. No subscription required. Start binging your favorite retro (and some not-so-retro) classics!