The Crunchyroll channel has launched on Pluto TV in the US, bringing dozens of popular anime titles to the free streaming service.
The Crunchyroll channel has now launched on Pluto TV, bringing dozens of anime titles to the free streaming service.
Pluto TV announced that Crunchyroll Channel has joined the service in an excited post to X (formerly Twitter). “Anime PEAK. FREE OF CHARGE. 24/7. In other words… CRUNCHYROLL CHANNEL 24/7 IS ONLY LAUNCHING ON PLUTO TV AND COMPLETELY FREE. GOODBYE! ????,” the post read. You can access the post and link to Crunchyroll via Pluto TV below.
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Pluto TV is Paramount’s free, ad-supported streaming service that markets itself as a service with thousands of on-demand movies and TV shows, with more than 100 free TV channels, with available for viewing on multiple devices — notably, never without a receipt,” reads the official website. The Crunchyroll Channel itself was launched late last year, with an initial collection of popular titles like Code Geass, Arifureta, Psycho-Pass, etc. The service operates 24/7 and sometimes runs several genres. certain types, themes or blocks of ad programming.
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Anime has proven to be an ideal way to attract new fans to streaming platforms. The addition of the Crunchyroll Channel comes quickly after Pluto TV launched dedicated Sailor Moon and Naruto channels in December for Canadian fans. The Crunchyroll app was recently launched for Samsung smart TVs in the US for the first time last week and will launch globally this week.
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A few select titles on Pluto TV’s Crunchyroll Channel might be enough to convince fans to make the right move to Crunchyroll. Crunchyroll’s paid subscriber count surpassed 13 million users last month, followed shortly by Funimation’s announcement of the end of the service that moved much of its large user base this month. Both services rank among the most popular anime streaming services in the US, with Pluto TV’s sizable market share of 80 million subscribers likely to be won in the future.
Source: Pluto TV via X (formerly Twitter)