Post Reply Crunchyroll- does it have a lot of anime shows?
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Posted 8/9/17 , edited 8/9/17
im new in Crunchyroll, and i have question- Crunchyroll- dot have a lot of anime shows?

Sry but i cant find shows like : Overlord, Tokyo Ghoul, Madoka magica ; Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress. and so on...

Right now i have free trial of membership, when it ends and i will pay for membership will i get biger Choosing of anime shows?
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Posted 8/9/17 , edited 8/9/17
They do have Overlord. Lately since they teamed up with Funimation they have been bringing over some of the shows from there. They won't have all of what you are looking for, but they still do have a lot of good anime here. If you click(or tap if you use a phone) on shows at the top you'll be able to see the variety of shows they have. I would say almost all of them are free, and only a few are for members only. So I guess you could say you get a bigger selection.
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Posted 8/9/17 , edited 8/9/17

funFORfun wrote:

im new in Crunchyroll, and i have question- Crunchyroll- dot have a lot of anime shows?

Sry but i cant find shows like : Overlord, Tokyo Ghoul, Madoka magica ; Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress. and so on...

Right now i have free trial of membership, when it ends and i will pay for membership will i get biger Choosing of anime shows?


I've moved this to the Site Support forum.

There are a few factors that determine whether or not a certain show is available to you.

One is, does Crunchyroll have the streaming license at all. -- If it doesn't, it's often the case that it's because someone else has the streaming rights to it or there may be other reasons Crunchyroll was unable to negotiate a license. Right now, for example, Amazon streams Kabeneri of the Iron Fortress and Funimation has Tokyo Ghoul.*

Another is, Crunchyroll might have the rights for certain regions, but not the one you are in. As above, that often means that someone else has the rights for your region--and they might or might not be using those rights to actually provide streaming. Crunchyroll currenlty does stream Overlord and Madoka Magica (look for Puella Magi Madoka Magica), but maybe not in your country -- where are you?

Also, some titles will only be available to you if you change your settings to allow "Mature Content."

For the most part, paying for membership does not give you a bigger choice of shows. It gets you no ads, higher definition, and first access to simulcasts (non-paying members have to wait a week for most). There are only a couple of shows that are completely restricted to paying members only. (I can think of literally just two shows which are available only for premium members.)

To see a list of shows available on Crunchyroll for your region, go to:

http://www.crunchyroll.com/videos/anime/alpha?group=all

*Through a partnership between Funimation and Crunchyroll, the subtitle version of many shows are moving over to Crunchyroll from Funimation, but it's happening gradually and we don't know which exact titles are coming over, or when.

ETA: Just noticed you are on a trial premium membership. That gives you the same exact access as if you were actually paying.
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Posted 8/9/17 , edited 8/9/17

lorreen wrote:

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I knew you was a mod, but also a sales person. Man, Crunchyroll sure is getting a good deal with you.
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