More Options to Stream Anime, This Time From Tubi TV

Today, VIZ Media announced a partnership with Tubi TV, a leading provider of free movies and TV shows, to stream some of VIZ Media’s most popular anime titles to audiences across North America, including to legions of viewers based in Canada.

Based in San Francisco, CA, Tubi TV is the largest North American ad-supported provider of free streamed movies and TV shows. In addition to its own website (Tubitv.com), the Tubi TV app is accessible from platforms including Apple TV, Xbox One & Xbox 360, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and Samsung televisions – in addition to iOS and Android mobile devices.

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“VIZ Media has incredibly popular anime series and we are thrilled to stream these blockbusters for free to our passionate anime fans,” said Farhad Massoudi, CEO, Tubi TV.

“Tubi TV has built an extremely robust and interoperable platform that offers audiences a compelling alternative to traditional, paid content streaming services and we are very happy to partner with the service to give anime fans a whole new way to access some of the genre’s most legendary titles,” says Brian Ige, VIZ Media Vice President of Animation.

All VIZ Media content on Tubi TV is presented with original Japanese dialogue and features English subtitles. DEATH NOTE (37 episodes) as well as the full original NARUTO series (220 episodes) are now available for streaming in the U.S. and Canada on Tubi TV. In addition, fans in Canada may now catch the entire classic SAILOR MOON series (200 episodes) and Seasons 1 and 2 of SAILOR MOON CRYSTAL (26 episodes). Additional VIZ Media anime series and episodes will be added regularly.

Visit Tubitv.com or download the app for more details and to access the free episodes.

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