Crunchyroll Dubs Takes Over Funimation YouTube Channel

Crunchyroll Dubs Takes Over Funimation YouTube Channel

Following the official merge of Funimation and Crunchyroll, the Funimation YouTube channel is now becoming Crunchyroll Dubs, a channel that will host dubbed anime for the company.

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The former Funimation channel has been in operation since 2006, but will now host Crunchyroll’s dubbed anime, where it will continue to update with anime clips, trailers, and full episodes of English-dubbed anime. According to Crunchyroll, the channel will also be releasing weekly dubbed first episodes of various anime beginning on Saturday, April 9, 2022, with Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-, with new series’ first episodes releasing every week.

For those looking for Japanese-language content, that will still be housed on the Crunchyroll Collection YouTube channel, which will still continuously upload clips, trailers, and full episodes of English-subtitled content. Currently, Crunchyroll is in its spring 2022 season of anime, which means the streaming company is adding a ton of content onto its services, including hits like Attack on Titan, One Piece, Case Closed (Detective Conan), and more.

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Crunchyroll did say that the schedule is subject to change and that more content will also be announced and added throughout spring 2022, so fans should be ready for even more shows to hit the streaming service soon.


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