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Yay more Kill La Kill love!
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get my hopes up with title for europe then u dash them again why
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Eh, 2 months late for every episode? In series where one week is simply too long? And i had hope it will be up to date after 2 months. At least it's nice as future catalogue title for rewatching.
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Dear CR.

Your UK subscribers still want to watch it here, on your service, as Wakanim just does not match yours in terms of usability.

Even if you can't do anything about it, please bear this in mind during the next round of bidding for UK rights for upcoming shows.
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TiggsPanther wrote:

Dear CR.

Your UK subscribers still want to watch it here, on your service, as Wakanim just does not match yours in terms of usability.

Even if you can't do anything about it, please bear this in mind during the next round of bidding for UK rights for upcoming shows.


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Posted 12/7/13 , edited 12/7/13

UPDATE: NEW REGIONS FOR KILL LA KILL

Australia and New Zealand can now stream Kill la Kill on Crunchyrolll

Also, some of you in Europe and the Middle East have probably been noticing that Kill la Kill is now popping up in your list! Each episode is available 2-months after the first Crunchyroll air date, for both Premium and Free members!

Members in the following regions are now able to watch Kill la Kill: EU territory (excluding UK, France, French speaking countries and cities; Switzerland, Belgium, Algeria, Monaco, Quebec and Tunisia, Germany and German speaking countries and cities; Switzerland, Lucemberg, Austria, Liechtenstein and Alto Adige), and the Middle East.


OK, now my geography sucks, and I'll simply accept Middle East and not give much thought to it, but EU Territories followed by such a big list of exempt places only makes me wonder, where the hell actually gained new access rights. So I live in the UK and well by now if we didn't get it to begin with I don't expect to get it later either, that's just how it goes. Thinking maybe Spanish and Greek zones or something as I say my geography sucks, and based on that list of exceptions those areas come to mind. So who actually did get lucky?
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kouk2002OK, now my geography sucks, and I'll simply accept Middle East and not give much thought to it, but EU Territories followed by such a big list of exempt places only makes me wonder, where the hell actually gained new access rights. So I live in the UK and well by now if we didn't get it to begin with I don't expect to get it later either, that's just how it goes. Thinking maybe Spanish and Greek zones or something as I say my geography sucks, and based on that list of exceptions those areas come to mind. So who actually did get lucky?

Northern Europe too, at least. I can tell from personal experience that the show's available in Finland now, so presumably the same's true of Sweden, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands, and so forth.
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TiggsPanther wrote:

Your UK subscribers still want to watch it here, on your service, as Wakanim just does not match yours in terms of usability.

Even if you can't do anything about it, please bear this in mind during the next round of bidding for UK rights for upcoming shows.

Wakanim has already secured one simulcast for the winter season. Fortunately for those in the UK, it (Space Dandy) was one that CR wouldn't have been able to license, as it had been snagged by Funimation here in the United States.

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Posted 12/8/13
Thanks for Kill la Kill.
Looking forward to the other two when their time comes.
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TheAncientOne wrote:
Wakanim has already secured one simulcast for the winter season. Fortunately for those in the UK, it (Space Dandy) was one that CR wouldn't have been able to license, as it had been snagged by Funimation here in the United States.



And this, alongside Animax UK getting Coppelion, is exactly what the UK needed in terms of additional streaming services. Bringing over the shows that CR wouldn't anyway owing to not having the rights anywhere else.
Filling in the gaps in the not-on-CR-anywhere list.
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Haribol2332 wrote:

I see sub prices going up, ads on everything and everywhere.

Why, because of unfounded fear?

Point to one of the former investments of TCG where this has been the case. Here's some help on that:

TCG’s current assets include Chernin Entertainment, an entertainment production company; a majority stake in CA Media, an Asia-based media investment company; and several strategic investments in U.S. based technology and media companies including Pandora, Fullscreen (company), Tumblr, and Flipboard.

Pandora One (the premium version of Pandora) doesn't have ads, and to the best of my knowledge, Tumblr (now owned by Yahoo!) and Flipboard have never had a paid premium version.

As for pricing, as I have pointed out earlier, going outside the $7-$8 per month price range for a video streaming service would make one the standout in the industry (and for an increase, not in a good way).

Investment groups that grow their investment don't have the habit of taking a working, profitable company and mucking with how it operates. They save that for the companies that are unprofitable and/or dysfunctional.

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why can't I watch Kill la Kill? I live in Denmark and it's not on the list of excluded countries.


"Members in the following regions are now able to watch Kill la Kill: EU territory (excluding UK, France, French speaking countries and cities; Switzerland, Belgium, Algeria, Monaco, Quebec and Tunisia, Germany and German speaking countries and cities; Switzerland, Lucemberg, Austria, Liechtenstein and Alto Adige), and the Middle East.
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Fuuuuuuuuuu- When will it be available for UK? :'( damnit
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As always the uk loses out again dont know why i bother paying for crunchy roll any more i might as well go back to fan subs just not worth it when your from the uk as it seems to be the most restricted
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