Tag: Funimation

  • Crunchyroll Subscribers Now Have Access to Funimation Content

    Crunchyroll Subscribers Now Have Access to Funimation Content

    When Crunchyroll and Funimation merged in August 2021, they promised anime fans that all of the content from both services would become available in one app. Today, Crunchyroll announced that existing and new Crunchyroll subscribers will have access to library and simulcast content previously exclusive to Funimation, starting today. “When we brought Funimation and Crunchyroll […]

  • Funimation Announces its Winter 2022 Anime Season Lineup

    Funimation Announces its Winter 2022 Anime Season Lineup

    Funimation has revealed its lineup for the 2022 Winter Anime Season, and there’s no shortage of new content hitting the platform. Simulcasts from Japan will include Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2, The Case Study Of Vanitas, Sabikui Bisco, Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest Season 2, My Dress-Up Darling, and Tribe Nine among many […]

  • All the New Anime Titles Coming to Funimation This Fall 2021

    All the New Anime Titles Coming to Funimation This Fall 2021

    Funimation is bringing in a new slate of anime this fall with more than 20 titles heading to the platform fresh from Japan – subtitled and dubbed. Exciting new series include Ranking of Kings, The Heike Story, and The Vampire Dies in No Time, in addition to returning favorites. “With so many incredible established brands such […]

  • The Funimation App is Now Available on VIZIO SmartCast

    The Funimation App is Now Available on VIZIO SmartCast

    Today, VIZIO announced the Funimation App is now available on VIZIO’s SmartCast platform, bringing more than 13,000 hours of anime episodes, movies, and extras to VIZIO viewers. Funimation is the premiere destination streaming service for anime with top trending shows from Japan like My Hero Academia, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Fruits Basket, Black Clover, […]

  • Sony’s Newest ‘Play At Home’ Offers Include Extended Funimation Anime Streaming Trials

    Sony’s Newest ‘Play At Home’ Offers Include Extended Funimation Anime Streaming Trials

    Sony is bringing back its Play At Home program, which gifted popular games to PlayStation users for free during the pandemic. This time around, though, it’s also offering up some streaming perks as well. Starting on March 25th, anime streaming service Funimation will offer extended access for new subscribers. In all, those who take advantage […]

  • Sony’s Funimation is Adding More Anime in the United States

    Sony’s Funimation is Adding More Anime in the United States

    Sony is consolidating Sony Music Entertainment Japan’s Aniplex with Sony Pictures Television’s Funimation into one streaming experience. According to a story by Variety, this merger combines U.S.-based Funimation with Aniplex’s French Wakanim and Australian Madman Anime Group. This means Japanese anime content will be acquired and distributed via Funimation across the U.S. under the JV […]

  • Hulu is Expanding Their Anime Lineup With Funimation

    Hulu is Expanding Their Anime Lineup With Funimation

    This week it was announced that Hulu and Funimation have teamed up to give Hulu first rights to any United States streaming rights for any anime series under Funimation. This means before it will air on Funimation’s streaming service it would be on Hulu if they pick up the rights. “What this partnership brings us […]

  • Funimation Is Leaving VRV & Crunchyroll

    Funimation Is Leaving VRV & Crunchyroll

    Yesterday it was announced that Funimation will be leaving VRV. Soon you will no longer be able to access Funimation content through VRV. Funimation also announced plans to end their content deals with Crunchyroll. Now if you want to watch their shows and movies you will need to subscribe the Funimation streaming services. “As you […]

  • The Ultimate Guide to Funimation Now Streaming Service

    The Ultimate Guide to Funimation Now Streaming Service

    While it’s possible to find some anime on services like Hulu and Netflix, the selection is minimal. The options available might be enough for someone just getting into the genre, but won’t offer the lesser known titles and updated content that anime aficionados are looking for. Luckily, there are several streaming services dedicated to anime. […]