Crunchyroll: How to Watch the Anime Channel on Prime Video

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Anime powerhouse Crunchyroll is getting a new home on Prime Video, where seasoned fans or those looking to try out the genre can indulge in popular content such as One Piece, Jujutsu Kaisen, Demon Slayer, Spy x Family and Attack on Titan.

Starting Tuesday (Oct. 24), the subscription service will have its own channel on Prime Video that members can add into their library of content. You’ll have access to more than 46,000 episodes of anime across more than 1,300 titles while keeping your streaming options all in one place. And did we mention it’s all ad free?

Keep reading to learn how to watch the Crunchyroll channel.

How to Watch Crunchyroll

In order to gain access to Crunchyroll’s content, you’ll first need a Prime membership. Already have one? Just log in to your account and find it in the Prime Video Channel store. You’ll have to add it to your subscription in order to watch it.

If you’re not a Prime member, Amazon currently has a 30-day free trial, which means you can get Prime Video for free. You’ll still have to add Crunchyroll to your subscription through the Prime Video Channel store. Crunchyroll has two memberships to choose from: Fan ($7.99/month) or Mega Fan ($9.99/month). The main difference between the two is that Mega Fans will get access to all the content on top of being able to download programs for offline viewing as well as access to non-video perks, which is set to be released throughout the upcoming months.

After your free trial is over you’ll be charged the regular subscription price of $14.99/month (or $139/year). Students can save 50% off with a student membership that also gives you a 6-month free trial beforehand. Plus, if you’re in a qualifying government program you can save 50% off an EBT/Medicaid membership and enjoy a 30-day free trial.

Crunchyroll features a wide range of anime series and movies that you can enjoy 24/7, including The Great Cleric, Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation, Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead, My Unique Skills Makes Me OP even at Level 1, Am I Actually the Strongest?, Sweet Reincarnation, Reborn as a Vending Machine, I Now Wander the Dungeon, Classroom for Heroes, Reign of the Seven Spellblades, Rurouni Kenshin, Undead Murder Farce and more.

You’ll also have access to the entire Prime Video library, including original and exclusive TV shows and movies such as Gen V, The BoysCitadelDaisy Jones & The SixThe Marvelous Mrs. MaiselHarlan Coben’s ShelterSwarmMedellìnThe PowerKelceHarlemI’m a VirgoInvincibleTom Clancy’s Jack RyanThe Horror of Dolores RoachFleabagThe Summer I Turned PrettyThe Wheel of Time and The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of PowerBetter Call Saul and more.

That’s not all, either. You can add-on premium channels as well, such as Max, Starz, Showtime, AMC+ and Paramount+, which will expand your library of content.

Besides Prime Video, a Prime membership will also get you free one-day shipping as well as grocery deliveries, access to exclusive Prime member-only deals, Prime Day, Prime Premiere, Prime Try Before You Buy, Prime Reading, Prime Gaming and more.

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