Crunchyroll Announces Anime You Can Stream Later This Year

Here's what's coming up.


During its Anime Expo 2018 panel, streaming site Crunchyroll revealed some of the shows it will be streaming in the coming months. These anime have already been revealed for Japan but were previously not confirmed for widespread overseas streaming; in coming to Crunchyroll, they will be legally available to stream in many regions outside of Japan.

One of the biggest announcements is RErideD, an original anime co-produced by Crunchyroll that is coming this fall. The site also revealed Radiant, an anime based on a French comic, for October. Finally, Double Decker, which is one part of the previously announced Tiger & Bunny animation project, is also coming soon. See the full list of announced series below.

  • Music Girls (summer)
  • RErideD (fall)
  • Radiant (October)
  • Double Decker (coming soon)
  • The Rising of the Shield Hero (TBD; worldwide premiere at Crunchyroll Expo)
  • That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime (fall)

During the panel, Crunchyroll also showed a teaser for Free: Dive to the Future, the third season of the popular swimming anime. It will be simulcast on Crunchyroll beginning July 11. A Crunchyroll Premium membership costs $7 per month.

Anime Expo is currently being held in Los Angeles, California, through July 8. Stay tuned for more news from the convention.

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