Post Reply Is there a way to see all the newly released show on crunchyroll?
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I just saw that they added My Hero Academia by randomly looking at the featured section, but I'm wondering if there's a place to see all the new shows they're adding in chronological order (by added date, not release date)?

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You can always check the seasonal lineup page to see what new shows are added. It should update to the Spring shows in a couple days. After that you can see everything CR picks up. Sometimes they'll skip a box and reveal it at a later date for some reason though.
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There's also generally a thread in the news section where they announce new shows for the season.
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Posted 3/28/17 , edited 3/28/17

louisboux wrote:

I just saw that they added My Hero Academia by randomly looking at the featured section, but I'm wondering if there's a place to see all the new shows they're adding in chronological order (by added date, not release date)?


I check this page daily:
http://www.crunchyroll.com/videos/anime/updated
for new stuff they add. The new shows they get from Funi are on that page too when they get added.
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Posted 3/28/17 , edited 3/28/17

louisboux wrote:

I just saw that they added My Hero Academia by randomly looking at the featured section, but I'm wondering if there's a place to see all the new shows they're adding in chronological order (by added date, not release date)?



I've moved this to the Site Support / Minor Questions forum.

As PhantomGundam mentioned, the /lineup page should roll over to Spring soon and as new shows are announced they'll show up there (though sometimes there's a little lag). For more details about upcoming simulcasts, keep checking the announcement thread in the Site News forum:

/forumtopic-985789/spring-2017-lineup

Site News is also where catalog titles get announced, though normally in a different thread. (MHA season 1 was announced in the Spring 2017 thread since it accompanied the announcement of the second season).

As An4thor mentioned, the Updated tab on the Shows page is helpful to check regularly, but it updates whenever new episodes go up, so new catalog titles get mixed in with the simulcasts, which therefore dominate the page.

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Posted 3/28/17

louisboux wrote:

I just saw that they added My Hero Academia by randomly looking at the featured section, but I'm wondering if there's a place to see all the new shows they're adding in chronological order (by added date, not release date)?

Once upon a time, dating back to when they used to make a separate topic in Site News for each round of announcements (instead of consolidating them into a single season topic as they do now), they would have a list at the bottom of the post with the dates each title that had been announced, but that seems to have gone by the wayside.

You can tell the chronological order the titles were announced in because the oldest will be at the bottom of the message and the newest at the top, but unfortunately, there is no way to determine exactly when each title was announced from that message.


The above only applies to simulcast titles, however. As catalog titles can be added at any time, they can still get their own topics, although multiple titles announced within a short time span are often grouped together. As noted, the first MHA series was an exception, as it was tied in with the simulcast of the second series.

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Posted 3/28/17 , edited 3/28/17
You could try going through the "Anime News" announcements and check out the titles that actually start with "Crunchyroll Adds"
http://www.crunchyroll.com/search?q=crunchyroll+adds&o=n

But that is not going to be a perfect solution, as it is possible there may be some announcement article titles which do not begin that way and it will include extraneous results where both words are contained separately somewhere in the article body... Also, as you start getting to some of the older dates, the announcements may be for shows that have since been taken away for various reasons.
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