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YES.

Dear Crunchyroll staff,

Thank you for making my dream come true. One Piece...One Piece on Crunchyroll... AJFKLSDJGSDKLJGAKLJFISOD JGERBKNM -Explodes-

Sincerely,
A Very Happy Fan
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Crunchyroll is now perfect.
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What time does it come on in Central Time?
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Manmuder wrote:

What time does it come on in Central Time?


9PM central for today's episode and then 8PM central for the next episodes (because of daylight savings)
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YES! Thank you, Crunchyroll!

Okay, now just for clarification, is it going to be up to date or are you starting from Season 1?
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CyanSwan wrote: You've repeatedly brought up the fact that the UK has more region access than various other regions in your response to that other user.

When multiple UK users claims that Crunchyroll just needs to work harder to get UK rights, it seems to me that the claim is founded in part on willful ignorance about how well the UK is doing compared to most of the world, and not just on ignorance about the way that rights contracts work.

Actually, that goes for not just Crunchyroll in particular, but streaming in anime in general, with the Anime-on-Demand streaming effort now seeming to be taken over by Animaxtv.co.uk, which is seems to be seeded with Anime-On-Demand's catalog in addition to their simulcasts of Beyond the Border, Coppelion and Magi2, to allow them to launch with 28 simulcast and catalog titles (including several like Black Lagoon and Jellyfish Princess that US members at Crunchyroll have to go to Hulu or Funimation.com for), as well as the new www.Wakanim.co.uk, which is just getting started with two titles but offers free rental download and DRM-free paid download options not available for those titles in the US.


If that isn't an indirect way of telling us to stop complaining and be satisfied with what we have I don't know what is.

But if it is actually a direct way to say what is actually written, looking for hidden messages means you are projecting stuff into it that is not actually there.


Furthermore these people "clamor" to Crunchyroll because this is the service they are subscribed to.

Exactly: they make things up because they are subscribed to Crunchyroll and so its easier to make up things about Crunchyroll to back up arguments that Crunchyroll is doing things wrong and if they would only do things right then the UK would get all the animes ... then it is to find out who can do something to change it.


Having a large selection of titles to choose from is rewarding but what good does that serve if they aren't the ones the customers are interested in? Suddenly that remaining 10% doesn't seem so low does it? Having 90% if not all of titles available internationally is a brilliant accomplishment but should be expected of an international establishment nonetheless.

So basically your minimum of what should be "expected" is the maximum that anyone has accomplished?

If you set your expectations at unrealistic levels, you are setting yourself up to be dissappointed.


And please refrain from comparing the ridiculous claims from one selective individual to a group. I'm not accusing CR of being lazy because I have said many times in this thread that I understand there can be complications with region restrictions but I am annoyed at the responses I've seen from users such as yourself and the lack of communication from CR.

When I refer to ridiculous claims and unrealistic demands being made by UK members, I am not saying "by all UK members", I am saying "by those UK members making those ridiculous claims and unrealistic demands".

If a UK members says it sucks that the UK couldn't get One Piece on Crunchyroll, why would I criticize that? It does suck. When a UK members starts saying that its because Crunchyroll is lazy about going after UK rights, or a UK members starts demanding that Crunchyroll starts publicly spreading private information it is privy to in the name of "transparency", that's another basket of chips, entirely.
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Crunchyroll is now perfect.

I will now definitely renew my membership for years to come!
If Crunchyroll gets the manga rights, I'll renew for an All-Access membership
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Awesome i love it thanks Crunchyroll for One piece Yeah !!!
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miGneto wrote:

YES! Thank you, Crunchyroll!

Okay, now just for clarification, is it going to be up to date or are you starting from Season 1?


That information is in the opening post:


Starting THIS Saturday, November 2, Crunchyroll will be simulcasting One Piece at 7pm Pacific Daylight Time with episode 619, for both Premium AND Free members! All previous episodes will be also be available on Crunchyroll at a later date.


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....... While this is cool it unfortunately doesn't allow the UK to watch it. Will this ever be rectified as their are already US based Simulcasts of One Piece. : /
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no uk? whyyyyy
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stupid uk like everything is so hard to do and slower than a snail, u s members have it good
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agila61 wrote:


CyanSwan wrote: You've repeatedly brought up the fact that the UK has more region access than various other regions in your response to that other user.

When multiple UK users claims that Crunchyroll just needs to work harder to get UK rights, it seems to me that the claim is founded in part on willful ignorance about how well the UK is doing compared to most of the world, and not just on ignorance about the way that rights contracts work.

Actually, that goes for not just Crunchyroll in particular, but streaming in anime in general, with the Anime-on-Demand streaming effort now seeming to be taken over by Animaxtv.co.uk, which is seems to be seeded with Anime-On-Demand's catalog in addition to their simulcasts of Beyond the Border, Coppelion and Magi2, to allow them to launch with 28 simulcast and catalog titles (including several like Black Lagoon and Jellyfish Princess that US members at Crunchyroll have to go to Hulu or Funimation.com for), as well as the new www.Wakanim.co.uk, which is just getting started with two titles but offers free rental download and DRM-free paid download options not available for those titles in the US.


If that isn't an indirect way of telling us to stop complaining and be satisfied with what we have I don't know what is.

But if it is actually a direct way to say what is actually written, looking for hidden messages means you are projecting stuff into it that is not actually there.


Furthermore these people "clamor" to Crunchyroll because this is the service they are subscribed to.

Exactly: they make things up because they are subscribed to Crunchyroll and so its easier to make up things about Crunchyroll to back up arguments that Crunchyroll is doing things wrong and if they would only do things right then the UK would get all the animes ... then it is to find out who can do something to change it.


Having a large selection of titles to choose from is rewarding but what good does that serve if they aren't the ones the customers are interested in? Suddenly that remaining 10% doesn't seem so low does it? Having 90% if not all of titles available internationally is a brilliant accomplishment but should be expected of an international establishment nonetheless.

So basically your minimum of what should be "expected" is the maximum that anyone has accomplished?

If you set your expectations at unrealistic levels, you are setting yourself up to be dissappointed.


And please refrain from comparing the ridiculous claims from one selective individual to a group. I'm not accusing CR of being lazy because I have said many times in this thread that I understand there can be complications with region restrictions but I am annoyed at the responses I've seen from users such as yourself and the lack of communication from CR.

When I refer to ridiculous claims and unrealistic demands being made by UK members, I am not saying "by all UK members", I am saying "by those UK members making those ridiculous claims and unrealistic demands".

If a UK members says it sucks that the UK couldn't get One Piece on Crunchyroll, why would I criticize that? It does suck. When a UK members starts saying that its because Crunchyroll is lazy about going after UK rights, or a UK members starts demanding that Crunchyroll starts publicly spreading private information it is privy to in the name of "transparency", that's another basket of chips, entirely.


My minimum expected is to be able to watch the shows I want. The point I was trying to make is that it doesn't matter how many shows we get. It won't mean a thing if they aren't the shows we want to see. Not that I'm ungrateful for the ones we have but why must I be reminded to be as a paying customer?

And if by privatized information you mean an explanation then I suppose gamers are haughty for inquiring about the influx of DLCs by certain production companies. Or consumers are making ridiculous demands if they want to know why energy companies are raising prices. I thought at least SOME level of information was something we as consumers were entitled to. Firms are required to keep their consumers informed aren't they? I didn't request for any contract and negotiation details but I would like to know what's going on with my money without people telling me I'm making ridiculous demands.
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Insantly being bumped to the top of my queue
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thank you thats all i have to say.
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