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senzaa 
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Posted 1/24/15 , edited 1/24/15
so... when the inevitable happens and CR is unable to stream certain shows or have them in the catalogue, where do you go??

i prefer to stream or download, i don't like buying the DVDs, but i will if there isn't any other option :(
i'm at a loss! your advice would be great :)


thankyou in advance!!

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Posted 1/24/15
animelab.com

it's free, legal, but it's only for Australian/NZ people.
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Posted 1/24/15

GayAsianBoy wrote:
only for Australian/NZ people.


The lucky ones.
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Posted 1/24/15
shady, smoke filled back rooms.

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If not on Crunchyroll, I'd look on Netflix or buy it
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Seriously, CR doesn't have something? hmm.

No seriously, I've done that with Viz stuff and things Funi has. I'd look around 4 what you are looking for on the internet and @ the competition. Hulu,, Netflix, Funi, sometimes YouTube and Amazon. Watched a lot of Code Geass first on YouTube. Look 4 the dvds/blu-rays. Good luck.
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Posted 1/24/15
the dark crevices of the interwebs.
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Posted 1/24/15
If a show is not on CR, I check, in order:

Neflix (requires subscription, and not much here, but no commercials)
Hulu (requires subscription and they have commercials, but they also have a huge back catalog)
YouTube (most of the stuff there is there legally--or at least because the holder of the license hasn't complained)
iTunes
Crackle (requires login, and ton of commercials, but free; I've so far found exactly one thing here that I couldn't find anywhere else)

And if I still can't find what I'm looking for, then I'll start looking for fan-subs on the less than legitimate sites that shan't be named. But that's pretty rare these days.
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Posted 1/24/15

mnmike wrote:

Hulu (requires subscription and they have commercials, but they also have a huge back catalog)


Hulu only requires a Hulu Plus account for specific titles, or watching on devices.
senzaa 
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Posted 1/25/15
Thanks so much for the advice! Being from Australia I'll check out Animelab I've never had to look elsewhere for shows before, and tbh CR has a pretty good winter line up, except for the fact that only 20% are available for users in the south pacific lol!!
thankyou <3
Posted 1/25/15
animelab is pretty good nowadays.

when I first signed up, they only had like 30 watchable shows... now they have like 70 watchable shows, including simulcasts.
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