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In this thread, you'll find a comprehensive list of anime acquired for simulcast release during the Summer 2017 season. Anime series licensed for home video release can be found here.

This post will be continuously updated as more simulcasts are announced. If you have a series that we are missing, please feel free to post it in this thread.

Amazon (Anime Strike) (United States)


Amazon (Prime Video)
  • Ballroom e Youkoso (Welcome to the Ballroom)
    Territories: Japan, Canada, and unlisted territories.

  • Dive!!
    Territories: Japan, Canada, and unlisted territories.

  • Hitorijime My Hero (My Very Own Hero)
    Territories: Canada and unlisted territories.

  • Koi to Uso (Love and Lies)
    Territories: Canada and unlisted territories.

  • Made in Abyss
    Territories: Canada and unlisted territories.

  • Princess Principal
    Territories: Canada and unlisted territories.

  • Shoukoku no Altair (Altair: A Record of Battles)
    Territories: Worldwide.


Animax Asia (Southeast Asia)
  • Koi to Uso (Love and Lies)
    Streaming Dates: Tuesdays, starting on July 4 at 21:00 ICT (JKT/BKK).

  • Saiyuuki Reload Blast
    Streaming Dates: Thursdays, starting on July 6 at 20:00 ICT (JKT/BKK).


Anime Digital Network (France)


Anime on Demand (Germany)


AnimeLab (Australia)


Aniplus HD (Southeast Asia)
  • Aho Girl
    Streaming Dates: Wednesdays, starting on July 5 at 21:00 ICT (JKT/BKK).

  • Isekai Shokudou (Restaurant to Another World)
    Streaming Dates: Tuesdays, starting on July 4 at 01:05 ICT (JKT/BKK).

  • Katsugeki/Touken Ranbu
    Streaming Dates: Sundays, starting on July 2 at 00:00 ICT (JKT/BKK).

  • Tsurezure Children
    Streaming Dates: Wednesdays, starting on July 5 at 22:15 ICT (JKT/BKK).


Crunchyroll
  • 18if
    Territories: North America, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Scandinavia, and the Netherlands.
    Streaming Dates: Fridays, starting on July 7 at 7:00 a.m. PDT.

  • Aho Girl
    Territories: United Kingdom, Ireland, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa.
    Streaming Dates: Tuesdays, starting on July 4 at 8:30 a.m. PDT.

  • Centaur no Nayami (Centaur's Worries)
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Sundays, starting on July 9 at 7:30 a.m. PDT.

  • Enmusubi no Youko-chan (Fox Spirit Matchmaker)
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Saturdays, starting on July 1 at 6:30 a.m. PDT.

  • Gamers!
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Thursdays, starting on July 13 at 8:30 a.m. PDT.

  • Hajimete no Gal (My First Girlfriend is a Gal)
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Wednesdays, starting on July 12 at 8:30 a.m. PDT.

  • Hina Logi: From Luck & Logic
    Territories: North America, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Scandinavia, and Latin America.
    Streaming Dates: Fridays, starting on June 23 at 9:00 p.m. PDT.

  • Ikemen Sengoku: Toki wo Kakeru ga Koi wa Hajimaranai
    Territories: North America and Latin America.
    Streaming Dates: Wednesdays, starting on July 12.

  • Isekai Shokudou (Restaurant to Another World)
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Mondays, starting on July 3 at 11:05 a.m. PDT.

  • Isekai wa Smartphone to Tomo ni. (In Another World With My Smartphone)
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Tuesdays, starting on July 11 at 6:00 a.m. PDT.

  • Jikan no Shihaisha (Chronos Ruler)
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Japan, Korea, and China.
    Streaming Dates: Mondays, starting on July 10 at 12:00 p.m. PDT.

  • Jigoku Shoujo: Yoi no Togi (Hell Girl)
    Territories: North America, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, andIreland.
    Streaming Dates: Fridays, starting on July 14 at 9:30 a.m. PDT.

  • Katsugeki/Touken Ranbu
    Territories: North America, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, and Ireland.
    Streaming Dates: Saturdays.

  • Keppeki Danshi! Aoyama-kun (Cleanliness Boy! Aoyama-kun)
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Sundays, starting on July 2 at 9:30 a.m. PDT.

  • Knight's & Magic
    Territories: North America, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Netherlands, Scandinavia, and Latin America.
    Streaming Dates: Sundays, starting on July 2 at 8:00 a.m. PDT.

  • Konbini Kareshi (Convenience Store Boyfriends)
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Thursdays, starting on July 6 at 12:05 p.m. PDT.

  • Mahoujin Guru Guru (2017)
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Tuesdays, starting on July 11 at 11:05 a.m. PDT.

  • Musekinin Galaxy☆Tylor (The Irresponsible Galaxy☆Tylor)
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Wednesdays, starting on July 12.

  • Nana Maru San Batsu (Fastest Finger First)
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Tuesdays, starting on July 4 at 12:30 p.m. PDT.

  • Netsuzou TRap
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Wednesdays, starting on July 5 at 5:30 a.m. PDT.

  • New Game!!
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Tuesdays, starting on July 11 at 7:00 a.m. PDT.

  • Nora to Oujo to Noraneko Heart (Nora, Princess, and Stray Cat)
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Wednesdays, starting on July 12 at 8:15 a.m. PDT.

  • Owarimonogatari 2nd Season
    Territories: TBA
    Streaming Dates: TBA

  • Saiyuuki Reload Blast
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Wednesdays, starting on July 5 at 8:00 a.m. PDT.

  • Teekyuu 9
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Wednesdays, starting on July 12.

  • Tenshi no 3P! (Angel's 3Piece!)
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Mondays, starting on July 10 at 5:30 p.m. PDT.

  • The Reflection
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming dates: Saturdays, starting on July 22 at 10:30 a.m. PDT.

  • Tsurezure Children
    Territories: TBA
    Streaming Dates: Tuesdays, starting on July 4.

  • Yami Shibai 5th Season (Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories 5)
    Territories: TBA
    Streaming Dates: Sundays, starting on July 2 at 1:05 p.m. PDT

  • Youkoso Jitsuryoku Shijou Shugi no Kyoushitsu e (TV) (Classroom of the Elite)
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Wednesdays, starting on July 12 at 9:00 a.m. PDT.

  • Youkai Apartment no Yuuga na Nichijou
    Territories: Worldwide excluding Asia.
    Streaming Dates: Mondays, starting on July 3 at 8:30 a.m. PDT.


HIDIVE
  • Action Heroine Cheer Fruits
    Territories: North America, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Latin America
    Streaming Dates: Saturdays, starting on July 8 at 13:00 UTC.

  • Battle Girl High School
    Territories: North America, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Latin America, Netherlands, and Scandinavia.
    Streaming Dates: Sundays, starting on July 2 at 16:30 UTC.

  • Hitorijime My Hero
    Territories: United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa, Oceania, and Latin America.
    Streaming Dates: Saturdays, starting on July 8 at 15:00 UTC.

  • Koi to Uso (Love and Lies)
    Territories: United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Latin America, Netherlands, and Scandinavia.
    Streaming Dates: Mondays, starting on July 3 at 16:00 UTC.

  • Made in Abyss
    Territories: United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Latin America.
    Streaming Dates: Fridays, starting on July 7 at 14:00 UTC.

  • Princess Principal
    Territories: United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Latin America, Turkey, and North Africa.
    Streaming Dates: Sundays, starting on July 9 at at 14:30 UTC.

  • Vatican Kiseki Chousakan (Vatican Miracle Examiner)
    Territories: United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Latin America.
    Streaming Dates: Fridays, starting on July 7 at 15:00 UTC.


Hulu (North America)


VVVVID (Italy)


Wakanim


Yamato Animation (Italy)

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Amazon pls chill.
 
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Thank fucking christ that Ballroom and Altair are on Prime and not just Strike. I was so pissed a year ago when I could no longer watch any new anime on Amazon despite having a Prime account. I guess they've started to come around to the fact that not many will pay $16 a month for anime, hopefully they'll do a full transition to having them all be available at a far more reasonable price.
 
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I hope Amazon doesn't eventually try to monopolize the industry. Their damn double paywall is lame and they clearly don't get anime fans. If they keep it up, they'll just ruin the industry for fans.

 
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Amazon is pretty much going fire just like last season with their picks. Tbh I have no issues with them being part of licensors... if they didn't had a double paywall. I mean, I'm not the one to talk because I'm not paying shit (for economic circumstances) but this doesn't really help the industry, especially for those that do want to support the industry some way or another.

And also, as far as I'm aware of its the fact that Amazon or Anime Strike are exclusives as well... so that doesn't help much because the rest is region locked if you live in another country that isn't available for it.

I mean CR and others do it too much I think as far as I know they are quite expanding a bit more but this just sucks in a way.

Again, I'm not the one to talk because I don't really add anything money wise but even then this kinda sucks for people, and maybe kinda sucks is an understatement, it just sucks a lot.
 
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Please support Amazon if you want more anime. CR has been funding shorts. Netflix Orginal anime series have been great. Its the reason we are getting a Devil Man. If you want less otaku pandering bullshit anime support Amazon and Netflix!
 
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Man, as much as I like Amazon helping the industry....I just don't like their double paywall and the fact that it's ONLY AVAILABLE IN THE US.

Not even available in Canada....Smh, Amazon apparently sees us as a third-world nation (even though we're not).

Edit: I just found out that Kakegurui was also grabbed by Netflix. Which means they have Fate and Kakegurui right now. Nooo, because I have to wait 3-6 months just to legally watch both anime. Yaayy, because both animes are guaranteed to get English Dubs.
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AntwanMantilla said:
I hope Amazon doesn't eventually try to monopolize the industry. Their damn double paywall is lame and they clearly don't get anime fans. If they keep it up, they'll just ruin the industry for fans.


Amazon have already effectively monopolized two blocks of anime (Noitamina and Animeism), don't be shocked if they continue to throw stacks of cash around like this.

moodie said:
Please support Amazon if you want more anime. CR has been funding shorts. Netflix Orginal anime series have been great. Its the reason we are getting a Devil Man. If you want less otaku pandering bullshit anime support Amazon and Netflix!


I'm sure more people would love to support Amazon with its Anime Strike endeavors, too bad the cost of entry is by far the most expensive in the industry (I can get CR and FUNi combined for less than a strike subscription).
 
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Great. Amazon also has exclusive rights to the Animeism block now. Not only do they have Noitamina, they also have Animeism. Damn shame. Flexing that Amazon money I guess.

Reminder that you can watch new anime for free on Crunchyroll a week after. You can't do that on Amazon; instead, you have a double paywall. If they just remove that double paywall, they'll be seen in a better light.
 
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Ugh Amazon...

I have an account with VRV already which gives me Funi & Crunchy. But now Amazon is snatching up the shows I want to watch -_- There's no way I'm paying $15 a month to have two services.
 
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moodie said:
Please support Amazon if you want more anime. CR has been funding shorts. Netflix Orginal anime series have been great. Its the reason we are getting a Devil Man. If you want less otaku pandering bullshit anime support Amazon and Netflix!
And support shitty subs? You do realize how much shit they get from Sentai, right? Their subs are inaccurate as fuck. Crunchyroll is no better, but I mean.... Amazon is way more pricier
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you pay 2 times to watch anime on Amazon? Prime and Strike? for the sake of profit

ah well good luck to legal watching fans then
 
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Is it just me or Amazon is on fire lately?



 
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Eww Anime Strike welp I guess this is the season of fansubs, but at least if I like the show I can buy them from Sentai next year.

Only anime that is legally streaming that I can watch is Knight's and Magic on CR. And hopefully that soccer anime

Anime Strike has terrible sub timing AND a double paywall on top of that. If they removed the pay wall and fixed the timing on the subs I would gladly give them money, but nope only into their second season of licensing shows and its still shit. Fansubs clearly win this season for me even if I do have to wait a bit longer.
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Hitorijime My Hero is the anime I'm most excited for this summer so I guess I'm signing up for Strike or whatever. It sucks that Strike isn't just included with Prime which I already pay for...especially considering I get 99% of my print manga from Amazon, and the volumes generally show up in shitty condition.
 
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This is gonna be the season of fansubs.

I hate this shit.. Amazon Strike is only available in US.
They have way more cash than other anime streaming services so they are picking animes exclusively for them. This is so fucking unfair to other anime fans around the globe.

As a person that don't live in U.S I don't have another alternative unfortunately: Piracy.

 
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Might as well add netflix in it just to make people clear to not expect Kakegurui and Fate/Apocrypha on crunchy or anything else .-.
(i know its not simulcast but eh)

also you can add Princess Principal, Hitorijime my hero and Vatican Kiseki Chousakan on HIDIVE for streaming outside of the US.

http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-01/hidive-reveals-international-streaming-territories-debut-dates-for-princess-principal-hitorijime-my-hero-vatican-miracle-examiner-anime/.118270
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julianobouken said:
This is gonna be the season of fansubs.
Fansubbing is basically dead lol. Hardly any prominent groups left. And most have died ever since last season. Only notable ones, if you even wanna call it that, are DDY, Commie, Asenshi (They not doing anything this season).
 
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Tyrel said:
julianobouken said:
This is gonna be the season of fansubs.
Fansubbing is basically dead lol. Hardly any prominent groups left. And most have died ever since last season. Only notable ones, if you even wanna call it that, are DDY, Commie, Asenshi (They not doing anything this season).


Wait... Is it confirm that GJM is dead?

If so that's too bad. Commie gonna do gatari series again... :(

I want my bloatgirls back! :(


julianobouken said:
This is gonna be the season of fansubs.



Yes! HS gonna save the day xD


 
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fuck animestrike, jesus christ they need to chill
 
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Thanks for the list. Have DAISUKI or ADN not yet made their announcements?

By fansub, you all mean those "videostream-rippers"?


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I hope Amazon doesn't eventually try to monopolize the industry. They clearly don't get anime fans.

That's funny because the prevalent attitude among the internet anime watchers crowd (especially those speaking english) was and still is to angrily ask for a single company/service to own every simulcasted (or not) show there is.
When you read this typical begging, it's hard not to see a lust for monopoly.
 
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Man, as much as I like Amazon helping the industry....I just don't like their double paywall and the fact that it's ONLY AVAILABLE IN THE US.

Not even available in Canada....Smh, Amazon apparently sees us as a third-world nation (even though we're not).
Actually Amazon Prime Canada got all the Sentai shows and the noitamina show last season. Some took 7 weeks to show up and are still weeks behind but we did get them... sort of. We don't have the double paywall... yet anyway. Not sure what will show up when this season. All of it eventually I hope.

Still the worst streaming service ever so I hope Amazon gets bored of this experiment and dumps it fast.
 
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Tyrel said:

Fansubbing is basically dead lol. Hardly any prominent groups left. And most have died ever since last season. Only notable ones, if you even wanna call it that, are DDY, Commie, Asenshi (They not doing anything this season).


Not in Brazil, my country. We have here a lot of fansubs (4 or 5 that makes quality subs, 1 that makes fast subs) that are alive. Thanks god they'll save me this season.

 
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Amazon dot com is a rapist. Infowars dot com!!!!
 
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hpulley said:
jc9622 said:
Man, as much as I like Amazon helping the industry....I just don't like their double paywall and the fact that it's ONLY AVAILABLE IN THE US.

Not even available in Canada....Smh, Amazon apparently sees us as a third-world nation (even though we're not).
Actually Amazon Prime Canada got all the Sentai shows and the noitamina show last season. Some took 7 weeks to show up and are still weeks behind but we did get them... sort of. We don't have the double paywall... yet anyway. Not sure what will show up when this season. All of it eventually I hope.

Still the worst streaming service ever so I hope Amazon gets bored of this experiment and dumps it fast.
Honestly, I wouldn't mind if Amazon takes over 90% of the anime each season if they remove the double paywall BS and fix their sub timing. $6 for Anime Strike is completely fine with me and I'm 100% going to pay for their service if they just remove that damn paywall. On the plus side, Amazon's streaming quality is phenomenal and is quite similar to Funi's amazing streaming quality.
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jc9622 said:
hpulley said:
Actually Amazon Prime Canada got all the Sentai shows and the noitamina show last season. Some took 7 weeks to show up and are still weeks behind but we did get them... sort of. We don't have the double paywall... yet anyway. Not sure what will show up when this season. All of it eventually I hope.

Still the worst streaming service ever so I hope Amazon gets bored of this experiment and dumps it fast.
Honestly, I wouldn't mind if Amazon takes over 90% of the anime each season if they remove the double paywall BS and fix their sub timing. $6 for Anime Strike is completely fine with me and I'm 100% going to pay for their service if they just remove that damn paywall. On the plus side, Amazon's streaming quality is phenomenal and is quite similar to Funi's amazing streaming quality.
Here in Canada we pay $120 CND ($95 USD)/year for Amazon Prime Canada with no Strike. Not bad though I pay less for Crunchyroll on a yearly subscription.

The streaming quality is good but expensive on mobile even at the lowest level, blowing 0.6 GB/hour officially but more like 1.0GB/hour in practice.
 
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hpulley said:
jc9622 said:
Honestly, I wouldn't mind if Amazon takes over 90% of the anime each season if they remove the double paywall BS and fix their sub timing. $6 for Anime Strike is completely fine with me and I'm 100% going to pay for their service if they just remove that damn paywall. On the plus side, Amazon's streaming quality is phenomenal and is quite similar to Funi's amazing streaming quality.
Here in Canada we pay $120 CND ($95 USD)/year for Amazon Prime Canada with no Strike. Not bad though I pay less for Crunchyroll on a yearly subscription.

The streaming quality is good but expensive on mobile even at the lowest level, blowing 0.6 GB/hour officially but more like 1.0GB/hour in practice.
Yea, I know the price for Amazon Prime CA since I live in Canada as well. That's why I hate the double paywall.

Not trying to sound mean or anything but you have bandwith caps in your internet? I have Fido's Unlimited Internet Service but I pay $60 (Plus Tax = $67) a month :/..It's worth it though since I use about 3GB-5GB daily.
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I really hope Princess Principal end sup on Crunchyroll, it's the biggest show I'm looking forward to this season
 
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Crunchyroll will stream Keppeki Danshi! Aoyama-Kun worldwide except Japan.

http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-01/crunchyroll-to-stream-clean-freak-aoyama-kun-anime/.118317
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still waiting for where gamers! and Konbini Kareshi to get their streaming info.
 
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jc9622 said:
hpulley said:
Here in Canada we pay $120 CND ($95 USD)/year for Amazon Prime Canada with no Strike. Not bad though I pay less for Crunchyroll on a yearly subscription.

The streaming quality is good but expensive on mobile even at the lowest level, blowing 0.6 GB/hour officially but more like 1.0GB/hour in practice.
Yea, I know the price for Amazon Prime CA since I live in Canada as well. That's why I hate the double paywall.

Not trying to sound mean or anything but you have bandwith caps in your internet? I have Fido's Unlimited Internet Service but I pay $60 (Plus Tax = $67) a month :/..It's worth it though since I use about 3GB-5GB daily.
On my mobile data I have 5GB/month cap. On my home internet it is unlimited. Does Fido really have unlimited mobile data for $60??? 9GB for $115 is the biggest plan I see.
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Nana Maru San Batsu has still not been picked up. :(
 
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This new HIDIVE service looks reasonable, seems to have picked up a lot of the anime that is served by Strike for those outside the US. Crunchyroll + HIDIVE sub a month seems affordable. Also nice to see that CR have a lineup which is mostly worldwide.
 
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Nana Maru San Batsu has still not been picked up. :(


It's on Crunchyroll. Don't know why it isn't listed here.
 
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Amazon Prime Canada now has Love & Lies. I expect the rest of the Anime Strike shows will turn up someday. They may not finish though as several spring shows stopped updating last month and were never completed.

Edit: they have Dive episode one up as well.
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Just a little update (crunchyroll): Aho Girl is available in Latin America, and Owarimonogatari 2nd, when airing, will also be available here.
 
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Amazon is trying to monopolise the market. I will never support them, even if they get reasonable. If their history is anything to go buy, they'll stay in the red while spending loads of cash bankrupting all their competition. Then, when they're the only game in town, they'll jack up the prices, not care about being on time or the quality of their service and essentially tell those who don't like it to go screw themseves. Somewhere along the line, they'll have the balls to complain about piracy rising. Oh! And about almost every show being licensed each season, you can forget that; Amazon won't license what they think won't return enough profit and there'll be no one else left to pick up the slack.
 
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Rei366 said:
Thanks for the list. Have DAISUKI or ADN not yet made their announcements?

By fansub, you all mean those "videostream-rippers"?


AntwanMantilla said:
I hope Amazon doesn't eventually try to monopolize the industry. They clearly don't get anime fans.

That's funny because the prevalent attitude among the internet anime watchers crowd (especially those speaking english) was and still is to angrily ask for a single company/service to own every simulcasted (or not) show there is.
When you read this typical begging, it's hard not to see a lust for monopoly.
Don't misunderstand. Wanting service companies having all the shows doesn't mean we want only one company to have them. That would be monopoly. If they exist several offering all the shows, they will offer better quality, timing and price...
 
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Sadly still no one pick action heroine cheer fruit ana tenshi no 3p :(
 
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Please support Amazon if you want more anime. CR has been funding shorts. Netflix Orginal anime series have been great. Its the reason we are getting a Devil Man. If you want less otaku pandering bullshit anime support Amazon and Netflix!
I will never support Amazon. Right now, in US, you have to subscribe and pay for Amazon Prime plus subscribe and pay for Strike. As you can read in here, they just want to monopolize the simulcast anime market.
 
Jul 7, 11:06 AM
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Jul 7, 1:52 PM

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Amazon Prime Canada had Altair and Welcome to the Ballroom now but Made in Abyss is not showing up yet.
 
Jul 8, 2:59 PM
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Crunchyroll got Chronos Ruler
 
Jul 9, 4:57 PM

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What is this HIDIVE thing? Another streaming service separate from Crunchyroll, Funimation, Sentai, etc? Feels like it came out of nowhere.
 
Jul 10, 9:08 AM

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Chronos Ruler Simulcast on Sundays 9:00pm CEST (12:00pm PDT).


 
Jul 10, 5:09 PM
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ANd VVVVID? Last week it has announced their simulcast, same for Yamato Animazton,
 
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