Full Metal Panic: Invisible Victory SimulDub Now Available on FUNimation NOW

Eager fans of Full Metal Panic: Invisible Victory will now be able to watch SimulDub broadcast episodes of the series on the video-on-demand platform FUNimation NOW. Read more of this post

FUNimation To Be Acquired by Sony Pictures TV

In rather interesting news US Anime Distributor and dubbing production house FUNimation, otherwise known as FUNimation Entertainment, have today announced that they will be acquired by Sony Pictures TV with Sony purchasing a majority stake in the company. Read more of this post

FUNimation Confirms Dragon Ball Super English Dub Cast & English Preview Clips Released

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Earlier in the year FUNimation had announced that they would be prodcuing an English Dub for Dragon Ball Super, the official sequel to highly successful and widely popular Dragon Ball Z anime series, and within the past twenty-four hours the anime distributor have confirmed the English Dub cast for the series as well as provided a sneak peek on what to expect from the Dub itself. Read more of this post

The Heroic Legend of Arslan Now Available on FUNimation NOW UK

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If you’ve been waiting to watch The Heroic Legend of Arslan through FUNimation NOW UK then you would have been out of luck, as the series was not eligble for viewing inside of the UK; however it seems FUNimation have now settled the streaming agreement as the entire first season, in both English and Japanese with English Subtitles, is now available to view through their subscription based streaming service. Read more of this post

FUNimation Now Announces New UK Launch Date

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Following on from weeks of license announcements, and the news that the subscription-based-streaming service would launch during March 2016, the american anime giant, FUNimation, have now announced that their UK Streaming service FUNimation Now will launch on the 7th April 2016 and that those joing the service would also receive a 30-day FREE trial of everything that the service has to offer. Read more of this post

FUNimation Now Pricing Structure Confirmed for UK

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Following on from the UK Hype Reel Trailer released earlier in the week FUNimation have now announced the pricing structure for it’s online streaming service FUNimation Now.

For just £3.99 per month subscribers will receive unlimited ad-free HD access to the entire FUNimation Now streaming catalogue as well as newly released simulcast episodes. Alternatively for £6.99 per month subscribers will gain access to episodes in English as well as exclusive access to the simuldub episodes a week after they are broadcast in Japan. Read more of this post

FUNimation Teases UK Streaming Service in ‘Hype Reel’

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FUNimation’s UK variation of their online subscription based streaming-service ‘FUNimation Now’ is expected to be launched later this month and to get us excited the US based anime distributor has recently released a highlight reel showcasing a variety of the shows that will be available on the service. Read more of this post

FUNimation Now UK Streaming Service to Launch in March

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After previously being announced for a February Launch FUNimation Now! have taken to Twitter to confirm that their subscription-based-streaming-service will now launch in March.

An exact date has yet to be confirmed; however a sample of content being streamed on the service at launch has been revealed. To start with FUNimation Now will start off with back-catalogue FUNimation titles, such as Attack on Titan and Highschool DXD, as well as some current streaming titles such as Dimension W.  As you would expect the line-up will increase as time goes on with more being added on a weekly/monthly basis. Read more of this post

FUNimation To Launch Updated Streaming Service Within the UK

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American Anime Distributor FUNimation Entertainment have today revealed that as part of their updated online streaming service, which has now been renamed to FUNimation Now, they will be expanding their selection of Simulcasts and Back-Catalogue titles to UK Audiences for a monthly subscription fee.

This expanded service will launch in the UK from February 2016 starting with support for desktop PC’s and apps for numerous mobile devices, such as iOS, Android and Kindle devices with more devices, including games consoles and streaming devices, to support the service by May 2016.

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