Thankfully, for fans of anime, it is no longer considered a niche area of the entertainment industry where only an enthusiast knows where to find secondhand rips of fan-subbed episodes of the latest series or movie. Anime has never been as accessible worldwide as it is right now, and even more so thanks to the selection of streaming services, including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, and Hulu. And while Hulu isn’t considered a primary destination for anime fans — especially with dedicated streamers like Crunchyroll — it has a respectable and diverse library in its own right. There’s an impressive range of anime TV shows and movies from a variety of different franchises and genres. That level of depth ensures that prospective fans will surely find something that suits their tastes.
And should fans look to get the full range of offerings from the Disney-owned services, the Disney Bundle is more than worth checking out. For a combined monthly cost, fans will get access to Disney+, ESPN+, and the ad-supported Hulu plan in a single package. On top of Hulu’s backlog of anime, this package will give audiences all of the Star Wars, Marvel, and sports content they could want.
Getting into anime can be a daunting task for the uninitiated. Thankfully, we also have a guide on the best anime available on Netflix for those who want more suggestions and to weigh their options in the packed streaming market.
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