There’s much, much more to the spring 2015 season at Crunchyroll than just the latest streaming anime: new J-Drama is part of the fun too, as Crazy For Me is set to launch soon. Read on for full details!
More J-drama arrives at Crunchyroll, courtesy of Fuji TV, in the form of "Onna Nobunaga" and "Ordinary Miracles", both of which begin streaming today! Read on for full details.
Crunchyroll’s catalog of anime and J-drama continues to swell in size as the Locodol OVA special is set to begin streaming tonight, while Last Cinderella and Always the Two of Us join the site as well. Read on for full details!
More and more J-dramas are catapulting onto Crunchyroll, and Time Taxi and Mischievous Kiss 2 are the latest to join the growing lineup. Hit the jump for all the details!
Secrets and mysteries come to Crunchyroll today in the form of Antiquarian Bookshop Biblia's Case Files, a recent J-drama based on the novels by En Mikami that begins streaming today. Read on for full info!
Crunchyroll's announcements keep coming and this one's a bit of a detour with a new catalog J-Drama series in High School Entrance Exam. Hit the jump for the details.
Crunchyroll makes more moves into the J-Drama arena today with the addition of the series I'm Mita, Your Housekeeper, which is now available for viewing. Read on after the jump!
There’s much more to Crunchyroll’s new offerings for Spring 2014 besides anime. Take for example S.D.B. National Police Agency Special Defense Bureau, a new J-Drama that will begin streaming soon. Read on for full details.
A barrage of new streaming announcements at Crunchyroll is now underway, and it’s not just limited to anime! Case in point: The J-Drama Mischievous Kiss - Love in Tokyo, based on the manga Itazura na Kiss by Kaoru Tada, is now available for viewing! Read on for full details!
Crunchyroll is adding another live-action drama to its summer lineup in the form of Town Doctor Jumbo!, which is set to kick off on Friday, July 5 at 11:00pm Pacific. More after the jump!
Some of you (and you know who you are) have been begging Crunchyroll to try and get some Japanese superheroes on the site. Now, such wishes come true with the addition of the new J-drama Random Hero to the spring lineup. Read on for more details!