Crunchyroll Dubs on YouTube – But why? A community of geeks

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Today, Crunchyroll announced that Funimation is unifying under the Crunchyroll brand, and as such, so is its YouTube channel. Funimation’s YouTube channel, which has 3.7 million subscribers and has been up and running since 2006, now becomes Crunchyroll Dubs!

What can you expect now? Well… Mostly the same content you loved, and more! Crunchyroll Dubs will continue to provide anime clips, trailers and full episodes of your favorite English dubbed anime.

Additionally, Crunchyroll Dubs will drop drops of the WEEKLY dubbed Episode 1 every Saturday at 12:00 PM PST, starting April 9 with Re:ZERO -Starting life in another world-! Make sure to subscribe and watch free anime dubbed episodes every week.

What about Japanese content? For all your English subtitled anime needs, check out Crunchyroll Collection (4 million subscribers) for clips, trailers, and full episodes with English subtitles.

Under Crunchyroll Dubs, Crunchyroll is excited to continue to bring you dubbed animated content through YouTube. Thanks for taking anime to the next level!

Crunchyroll is an independently operated joint venture between US-based Sony Pictures Entertainment and Japan-based Aniplex, a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc., both subsidiaries of Tokyo-based Sony Group Corporation.

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