Never fear, fans. The next batch of Funimation transplants has arrived!

Earlier today, Crunchyroll revealed that they added five titles to their digital lineup. The company started streaming the following:


Overlord is available to members in the following regions:

  • United States
  • Canada
  • United Kingdom
  • Iceland
  • Sweden
  • Norway
  • Denmark
  • the Netherlands

The first Overlord anime season aired during the summer 2015 broadcast season. Naoyuki Itou directed the show at Madhouse, with Takahiro Yoshimatsu (Desert Punk, Trigun) providing character designs. Yukie Sugawara took charge of series composition.

A second season of Overlord was revealed to be in production in March. Crunchyroll describes the show as:

When a popular MMORPG is scheduled to be shut down permanently, veteran player Momonga refuses to log out. As NPCs begin to develop personalities and minds of their own he decides to put his skills to use as the game’s new overlord.

Last Exile

Last Exile is available to members in the United States and Canada.

Last Exile is an original series from Gonzo. Koichi Chigira (Full Metal Panic!, The Tower of Druaga: The Aegis of Uruk) directed the project, which features character designs by the team of Minoru Murao, Osamu Horiuchi, and Yuichi Tanaka.

Crunchyroll describes the series as:

Claus Valca and his fiery navigator Lavie are obsessed with becoming the first sky couriers to cross the Grand Stream in a vanship. But when the high-flying duo encounters a mysterious girl named Alvis, they are thrust into the middle of an endless battle between Anatoray and Disith—two countries systematically destroying each other according to the code of chivalric warfare.

Death Parade

Death Parade is available to members in the following regions:

  • United States
  • Canada
  • United Kingdom
  • Ireland
  • South Africa

The series is an alternate retelling of short film Death Billiards. Yuzuru Tachikawa (Mob Psycho 100) directed the project at Madhouse, with Shinichi Kurita (One-Punch Man: Road to Hero, Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV) providing character designs. Yuzuru Tachikawa wrote the screenplay.

Crunchyroll describes Death Parade as:

There is a place after death that’s neither heaven nor hell—a bar that serves you one chance to win. You cannot leave until the game is over, and when it is your life may be, too.


Freezing is available to members in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Ireland.

The show adapts Dall-Young Lim and Kwang-Hyun Kim’s manga of the same name. Takashi Watanabe (The Slayers, Boogiepop Phantom) directed the project at A.C.G.T., with Mayumi Watanabe (Happy Lesson Advanced) providing character designs. Masanao Akahoshi (A Certain Magical Index, Tegami Bachi: Reverse) took charge of series composition.

Crunchyroll describes Freezing as:

In a word overrun by aliens, mankind is protected by genetically enhanced female warriors called Pandora. Satellizer el Bridget is the most feared Pandora at West Genetics academy, and anyone foolish enough to lay a finger on her lush body may not live to regret it. Until, that is, her status as the “Untouchable Queen” is threatened by the arrival of Kazuya, a young boy with a tortured past.

High School DxD BorN

High School DxD BorN is available to users in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland.

The series is the third in the High School DxD anime franchise. The series was directed by Tetsuya Yanagisawa (Daimidaler: Prince vs. Penguin Empire, Destiny of the Shrine Maiden) at TNK. Junji Goto (School Days, Daimidaler: Prince vs. Penguin Empire) provided character designs for the project, while Takao Yoshioka (Daimidaler: Prince vs. Penguin Empire, Watamote) took charge of series composition.

Crunchyroll describes High School DxD BorN as:

A war between heaven and hell is raging on Earth—and hormonal fury is raging in Issei’s pants. Enter curvy redhead Rias, president of The Occult Research Club: a club that doesn’t actually research the occult. They are the occult—and Rias is a Devil!

Source: Crunchyroll