Peacock Adds RetroCrush Anime Channel to Its Channel Lineup





Peacock has added RetroCrush’s 24/7 classic anime streaming channel to its free channel lineup. The channel is now streaming and more content from RetroCrush will be added to Peacock in the coming months.

The RetroCrush OTT service and app launched in March 2020 and features over 100 series and 40 features from the 70s, 80s and 90s. The standalone app is available on iOS, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and smart TVs, and on the RetroCrush website.

Titles coming to Peacock in the coming months include The Story of Saiunkoku (ColourCloud Palace), The Twelve KingdomsAppleseedArcadia of My YouthBlack Jack: The MovieHellsJin-Roh: The Wolf BrigadeRobot CarnivalArea 88Ceres: Celestial Legend, Cromartie High School, Fushigi Yugi: OVAGTO: Great Teacher OnizukaNew Getter RoboFlame of ReccaKobatoArcadia of My YouthEndless Orbit SSXGakuen HeavenKaibaLibrary WarsMazinger Edition ZVoltes VEarl and Fairy and Fushigi Yugi.

You can watch Peacock for free or sign up for a Premium subscription to get more content for $4.99/month. Peacock is available to stream on Android TV, Apple TV, LG Smart TVs, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, Vizio Smart TVs, Cox, Xfinity, Android and iOS, PlayStation, and Xbox.

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