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So when will you ge tan english dubbed devil may cry? What about the Dragon super that is currently dubbed to a certain set of episodes? And no Dragonall,,, Z or GT?

No english dubbed Gundam series either?
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Dragonball and Devil May Cry are all on FunimationNow and thus will never be on Crunchyroll...just like most of the subs are leaving FunimationNow for Crunchyroll
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thejam1nator wrote:

So when will you ge tan english dubbed devil may cry? What about the Dragon super that is currently dubbed to a certain set of episodes? And no Dragonall,,, Z or GT?

No english dubbed Gundam series either?


Not sure if the licenses for those are available.. but for a list of the English dubs CR carries, we try to keep /forumtopic-788825/crs-english-dubbed-anime up to date.

In general, requesting dubs or series licenses is best to put up at /forumtopic-588949/what-seriesmoviedramamanga-would-you-like-to-see-on-cr, the team keeps track of that and uses it as a guide for what stuff to really focus on in the next negotiation round, along with what shows are watched most and such.
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thejam1nator wrote:

So when will you ge tan english dubbed devil may cry? What about the Dragon super that is currently dubbed to a certain set of episodes? And no Dragonall,,, Z or GT?

No english dubbed Gundam series either?


While Crunchyroll does get dubbed versions of a few shows, its pretty clear it's main focus is on subtitled simulcasts. Funimation is the better place for a good selection of dubs, and they've even made the move to providing dubs of currently airing shows, just a few weeks behind air dates for each episode.

Crunchyroll generally doesn't announce plans for what they are working on getting ahead of time, so asking "when will you get XXXXX" isn't a question that's likely to get any kind of definitive answer, since there's no reason to believe that even for shows they already have subbed they would ever get the dub. In fact, it's more the opposite.

Crunchyroll currently has an arrangement with Funimation such that most of the subtitled version of shows on Funimation are coming over to Crunchyroll--a few at a time each week--while Funimation retains the dub version.
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