Crunchyroll revealed a list on Friday of the 20 “most popular titles” that Crunchyroll will remove from the service on November 9 due to the termination of the partnership between Crunchyroll and Funimation. Crunchyroll clarified that this is a partial list of titles. The site also revealed a “tentative” list of English-dubbed anime series that Crunchyroll helped produce that are “coming soon” to the site.
Crunchyroll stressed the below lists are “not complete or final,” and that all details are subject to change.
The partial list of titles leaving Crunchyroll on November 9 include:
The tentative list of English-dubbed series coming soon to Crunchyroll include:
Crunchyroll and FUNimation Entertainment had announced on October 18 that their partnership to share content will end on November 9. The streaming channel bundle service VRV, owned by Crunchyroll parent company Ellation, also announced that it will no longer have the FunimationNow streaming service as part of its VRVPremium Subscription, or as an individual channel subscription, as of November 9.
VRV stated at the time that it will add the HIDIVE streaming service to its site, and the site announced on Thursday that it had added the service. VRV also stated it plans to add all of HIDIVE to VRV before the end of November.
Thanks to LegitPancake for the news tip.
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