Netflix To Stream Neon Genesis Evangelion Worldwide Next Year

Subscription based video-on-demand streaming giant Netflix have today announced that they have secured the video-on-demand streaming rights to Gainax’s legendary anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion that it will be made available for Netflix subscribers to watch during Spring 2019. Read more of this post

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GODZILLA: City On The Edge of Battle Now Available on Netflix

GODZILLA: City On The Edge, The CGI feature-length-film and sequel to the currently streaming GODZILLA film, is now available to stream on Netflix UK. Read more of this post

Code Geass R2, Fate/EXTRA Last Encore, Gundam UC and more Join Netflix UK Next Month

Another month, another wave of exciting anime content for Netflix subscribers; as the subscription based video-on-demand giant have revealed the list of content that will become available to watch as part of the streaming service during June 2018. Although the service will receive a wide-variety of content throughout the month the most notable additions (for us at least) are the inclusion of several new anime releases; including Fate/EXTRA Last Encore and Mobile Suit Gundam UC. Read more of this post

Live-Action Kakegurui Available to Stream on Netflix UK

Those who enjoyed the Netflix original anime series Kakegurui, of which Anime Limited plan to release on Blu-Ray and DVD within the UK, will be excited to learn that a live-action adaptation is now available to stream on the subscription-based video-on-demand streaming service Netflix UK. Read more of this post

HiDive Adds A Selection of Anime for UK Streaming; Including Himouto! Umaru-Chan R

HiDive, the recently launched subscription based video-on-demand anime streaming service, have recently expanded their UK catalogue by offering more than eight new titles to their existing streaming line-up. 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 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

Animax UK Celebrates The New Year with a 1 Month Free Trial Offer

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Although we are nearly at the end of the first month of 2015 Animax UK, the online subscription-based video on demand service, have recently began a new promotion which allows new customers to enjoy a one month free trial before being tied down a to monthly subscription cost.

By entering the promo code 1MONTHFREE during registration you’ll be able to enjoy all of the benefits Animax UK has to offer, such as back-catalogue of anime titles and simulcast streaming for new titles, without any adverts or lock-outs. After the first month has ended you would then be charged £4.99 per month; that is unless you decided to cancel. Read more of this post

Animax UK Now Offering a Six-Month Subscription Based Bundle

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This isn’t your typical anime Blu-ray or DVD news, but seeing as Animax UK are starting to show some good anime shows (Fairy Tail, Date-A-Live and Soul Eater NOT for example) i thought i would share with it you all, as it is an interesting offer.

Following on from Animax UK’s recent price decrease (from £5.99 to £4.99) the video-on-demand anime subscription service is now offering customers a six-month subscription based bundle, whereby if you commit to stay with Animax for six month’s you’ll only pay £3.99 a month as opposed to £4.99.

Basically upon registering on the website and at the order checkout screen enter the unique “ANIMAX6” code, this will then tie you to a six month contract with Animax UK, but at the same time it means you’ll only pay £3.99 as opposed to the usual £4.99. This also means that not only are you getting it cheaper, but you are only paying for 5 months (but you end up getting 6 months worth of anime).

With this new offer now in place will you be joining Animax UK? If not, why not? Either way let us know. In meantime Animax UK is compatible with various mobile devices, computers and even has a dedicated app for the PS3.