Crunchyroll has just rolled out its 24/7 anime streaming channel, making it a dream come true for those who want anime playing on their screens all day and night. If you’re someone who loves having anime as a constant companion, this is big news. Here’s how you can access this new network:
How to watch Crunchyroll’s 24/7 anime channel?
Crunchyroll 24/7 can be accessed through several ad-supported platforms. These include Amazon Freevee, LG channels (for LG smart TVs), The Roku Channel, and Vizio Watchfree+.
Keep in mind that all of these streaming services are free, but they may require an account (like Amazon and Roku) or a smart TV (like LG and Vizio). Currently, the network is only available in the U.S.
While it’s expected to eventually expand worldwide, there’s no specific date announced for this. It’s possible they’re waiting to gauge how the channel performs first. For now, the rest of the world will have to stick to the traditional method of streaming, where you have to actively choose what to watch and don’t encounter ads.
For those in the U.S., accessing the channel is as simple as going to one of the listed streaming services (via computer or smart TV) and searching for the channel. You don’t even need a subscription to Crunchyroll itself to enjoy the wide range of shows available.
Here’s a list of some of the shows set to stream on the channel:
– Ranking of Kings
– Moriarty the Patriot
– Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest
– Sugar Apple Fairytale
– To Your Eternity
– Code Geass
Fan-favorite shows like PSYCHO-PASS and Code Geass certainly make this service worth checking out. While hardcore anime fans might prefer to watch full series rather than random episodes, this channel is designed more for those who are curious about anime but not ready to dive in headfirst.
So if you’ve been considering starting any of these shows, now might be the perfect time to step into the world of anime. And if you need more recommendations, there’s plenty out there. As time goes on, we can expect new titles to be added, and the lineup of shows to be refreshed, reminiscent of how old TV channels used to operate before the era of streaming. It’s quite interesting to see how we’ve come full circle in this regard!