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What are the best websites to watch English dubbed anime online?

Some of us want to enjoy watching anime shows online without any kind of distractions whatsoever. For example, Naruto fans, of course, want to watch Naruto and other ninjas get into action in the Fourth Shinobi World War against Madara. One Piece anime addicts prefer to watch the adventures of the Straw Hat pirates without anything drawing their attention. The same goes for other anime fanatics who want to watch their favorite shows with full focus. And what else is a notorious distraction when it comes to watching animated shows and films? — subtitles.

This doesn't apply only to watching anime. There are people who dislike watching any movie or series with subtitles. But let's focus on animated entertainment content. The main reason for people who hate subs so much is that more often than not, the subtitles are not in sync with the audio. Nobody likes that, right? Rather than make you understand what you are bingeing, it will just get you off the mood of watching. Another reason that subtitles suck sometimes is when its translation is rather incorrect. If you are one of them, then say no more! We got you covered! Our team gathered a list of where you can watch English dubbed anime online! We strongly suggest you go to the websites included in our list. If you have been able to watch English dubbed anime online free, chances are it is a website streaming content illegally. If you happen to encounter such websites, you and your PC are at risk. So if you don't want your PC to get hacked, or if you don't want to receive any lawsuit, avoid free anime dubbed websites. Refer to the list below as it has plenty of sites to choose from. Enjoy bingeing!

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    1Crunchyroll

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    Crunchyroll is among the few websites that offer legal streaming services It offers a  large collection of English-dubbed anime series that are accessible through the premium plan.

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    2Netflix

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    Netflix provides users with streaming services that are at par on other legal Anime-watching websites. Its different premium plans let users watch Animes in English audio in HD.

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    3VRV

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    VRV is an online streaming service that revolves around content that caters to anime, gaming, and other geeky stuff. Here, you can catch the watch top English dubbed anime online easily and without charge.

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    4Amazon Prime Video

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    Brimming with anime series from different genres, Amazon Prime Video is a website where users can indulge and binge-watch their favorite anime in English audio and subtitles.

  2. 5iTunes

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    From classic to the new anime releases, iTunes takes pride in featuring animes with legal rights. Full seasons and episodes are available and most of them are English-dubbed.

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    6Hulu

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    Hulu is a video-on-demand service offering a huge catalog of exclusive programs, Hulu originals, and many more. It launched its live television streaming service in 2017, but it is only currently available in the United States and Japan.

  4. 7Vudu

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    Vudu is a video-on-demand streaming service available to both Android and iOS devices and Windows and Mac computers. It contains both the latest releases and timeless classics. It's only accessible from the US and signing up is free.

  5. 8YouTube

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    YouTube is an online video sharing and streaming website that enables content creators to share their work across the platform's large user base and network. It's also available as an app for Android and iOS mobile devices. 

  6. 9VIZ Media

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    VIZ Media is an online platform which provides everything related to Japanese anime and manga. Through this, users will be able to read their favorite manga titles and enjoy watching the best anime. 
  7. 10Tubi TV

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    Tubi TV is an entertainment web application that lets you watch popular movies and TV series. You can stream content in full HD and watch videos on your smart device. The service is free but it is ad-supported.

  8. 11Crackle

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    Crackle, formerly known as Sony Crackle, is an over-the-top service of Sony Pictures Entertainment. It offers movies, TV series, and original content. It's available in 21 countries and accessible on devices like smartphones, smart TVs, computers, and gaming consoles.

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DID YOU KNOW?

Did you know that Anime has transcended the borders of Japan through the years? Yes, anime has become more popular in the West. This is all because of the major streaming platforms like Netflix and Crunchyroll. They helped publicize anime shows to a much wider audience. Beyond the West, anime fever has also taken over the world and went mainstream. It comes as more people watch series like Naruto, Dragonball, Sailor Moon, and One Punch Man Season 2 online. The best anime movies have also been big worldwide hits, such as Studio Ghibli’s Spirited Away and Your Name. Thanks to movies with subtitles, non-Japanese speakers are able to understand them. Another main factor for anime movie's worldwide popularity is its online availability. Nowadays, people can now easily watch free dubbed anime online. Yes, you can even watch the anime Demon Slayer and many more for free!

The Association of Japanese Animation has stated that the recent anime boom has given way to the expansion of the Japanese animation industry in overseas markets, hitting record highs in terms of internet distribution rights. This meant that anime has to be adapted to fit a worldwide audience, and this was the start of dubbing or subbing anime. This has sparked a great debate between non-Japanese anime fans. While some prefer dubbed anime so as to not get distracted by reading subtitles on the screen. Others still prefer to watch the original Japanese version. The famous Japanese animator, Hayao Miyazaki, has put his two cents on the matter and said that he has always intended his films to be watched and not read, and so he supports dubbing. Needless to say, anime fever is not showing any signs of stopping, whether dubbed or subbed.

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    Anonymous
    March 15, 2019
    "Among all anime sites, this is the best option to watch English dubbed anime because it really seems as if it's the original voice. Also, the fact that you know it's a legit and safe website is a plus 💪"
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    Crunchyroll
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    Anonymous
    March 5, 2019
    "When I think of a place to stream dubbed anime, hulu is first place that comes to mind. I am often irritated by dubbed anime but Hulu gets really good dubbed anime with convincing voice actors."
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    Hulu
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    Anonymous
    March 15, 2019
    "I honestly don't get those who dislike VRV? They have a wide variety of content from cartoons to anime and if the issue is ads... it's a free platform so what are you guys expecting?"
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    VRV
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    Anonymous
    June 12, 2019
    "Naruto english audio and subtitles are available on Netflix. I believe this is really one of the best websites to watch english-dubbed anime, certainly not for free but legally."
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    Netflix
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    Anonymous
    June 12, 2019
    "I must tell you tho that not all animes you can find on iTunes are dubbed. Only those labeled with Dubbed are the only ones with english audio. Good job still."
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    iTunes
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    Anonymous
    March 5, 2019
    "my favorite anime here on amazon prime is fullmetal alchemist although i watched it subbed you can find other english dubbed anime here as well!!"
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    Amazon Prime Video
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    Anonymous
    March 5, 2019
    "Kudos to the voice actors behind the dubbed anime here on vudu, i almost never like dubbed anime but this one continues to prove me wrong!"
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    Vudu
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    Anonymous
    March 15, 2019
    "I really love watching on Youtube compared to free anime websites because it's a lot less complicated and I just feel like it loads faster"
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    YouTube
This list is about What are the best websites to watch English dubbed anime online
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1CrunchyrollStreaming Services 226 Paid
2NetflixStreaming Services 223 Paid
3VRVStreaming Services 221 Paid
4Amazon Prime VideoStreaming Services 220 Paid
5iTunesStreaming Services 220 Paid
6HuluStreaming Services 219 Paid
7VuduStreaming Services 218 Paid
8YouTubeWebsites 202 Free
9VIZ MediaApps 1 Free
10Tubi TVStreaming Services -1 Free
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