If you’ve been looking to stream all 366 episodes of Bleach for free than Tubi TV is your answer. The free online streaming service has partnered with VIZ Media, LLC to bring you Shinigami awesomeness!
Tubi TV has announced that people in the U.S. and Canada can stream all episodes of the Bleach anime in its original Japanese language with English subtitles. Other anime that you can check out for free are Hunter X Hunter, Bakuman, Death Note, and Naruto.
Tubi TV’s partnership with VIZ Media, LLC has allowed the free streaming service to continue on its goal to grow its library of videos which currently consists of Oscar-winning movies and Emmy-winning TV shows. There’s a lot for you to enjoy from comedy, drama, classics, kid-friendly content and more. You can also try a variety of Chinese, Korean, and British TV series.
“Our partnership with VIZ Media to stream all 366 episodes of BLEACH helps solidify our reputation as a top destination for anime fans,” said Thomas Ahn-Hicks, Tubi TV Co-founder and Head of Strategy and Business Development. “As we continue to snowball our content—in not only anime but also across a wide spectrum of genres—we’re seeing consumers increasingly flock to Tubi TV as they cut the cord, find content not available on their subscription VOD services, and engage with our unsurpassed collection of free, premium streaming TV and movies.”
“For more than thirty years, we’ve brought the finest in manga and anime to English-speaking fans across the world,” said Brian Ige, VIZ Media Vice President, Animation. “This partnership with Tubi TV helps us build on that momentum and expand our audience as more and more viewers around the globe continue to clamor for our unique brand of entertainment.”
As a fan of Bleach, knowing that all episodes can be streamed for free is exciting news. Now you can binge watch your favorite seasons and keep replaying awesome fights. The anime is based on Tite Kubo’s manga of the same name. To date, it has been able to sell more than 2.6 million copies across 69 volumes.
While I enjoyed the anime since it aired in 2004, it was canceled in 2012. I get that the overall story had issues, but I wish the anime had continued to depict the fight scenes that occurred during the manga’s final chapters.
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