Post Reply Need more content with Asian Drama.
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Posted 1/12/18 , edited 1/12/18
I understand that Crunchyroll is merely for Anime fans, as i am one of them. But i would love to see more content in the Live Drama section. Anyone else agree?
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Posted 1/12/18 , edited 1/12/18
It would be nice, but don't hold your breath. From the way things are going, it doesn't look like much is gonna happen. But I could be wrong. (Hopefully at least they'll acquire Wakako-zake season 3.)

I think CR is focusing on anime and has basically ceded the Asian drama streaming business to other services. That may be a good thing.
http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-856899/whats-new-crunchyroll-dramas?fpid=56372855
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Posted 1/12/18 , edited 1/12/18
I wasn't aware of that, completely understand on their part though (business wise). Honestly, i have been actually enjoying watching japanese drama alot more now than before and may take a break from new anime in general. So i will probably cancel my subscription from crunchyroll and open up to other streaming services that supply asian drama. Mostly Japanese drama. But its actually hard to find it, because Korean drama is far more popular. lol
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Posted 1/12/18 , edited 1/12/18
It's just what it looks like from here, mere speculation. I believe Viki has a better selection of Japanese drama. ^_^
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Posted 1/14/18 , edited 1/14/18
I too would like to see more drama there, I'm running out of foreign live action to watch at the moment, the idea of dragging out my old stuff or rewatching is always cool since I don't really recall it, but something entirely new is always fun as well. thankfully there are a few I still haven't watched, but my list does drop fast when I start watching something. thank goodness my net provider doesn't have a cap on bytes, I'd be in big time trouble for sure.
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