Is Re: Zero on Crunchyroll, Netflix, Hulu, or Funimation in English Sub or Dub? Where to Watch and Stream the Latest Episodes Free Online

Credit: White Fox

Credit: White Fox

Re: Zero − Starting Life in Another World has been a chart-topping series produced by White Fox and is an isekai anime based on the light novel series of the same name written by Tappei Nagatsuki and illustrated by Shinichirou Otsuka published by Media Factory.

Re: Zero − Starting Life in Another World also has a manga adaptation of the light novel which is neither shōnen nor shōjo, nor seinen. With both the light novel series and the manga still ongoing, there is more to the story of Subaru and his journey in the unknown world where he gets to re-live the day he arrived.

Subaru Natsuki is the main protagonist of the show who is a regular person doing his routine of stopping by at a nearby convenience store to buy some supplies. He did not make it home, however, as while he exited the store and on his way home, he got transported to a magical world where humans and demi-humans live.

Still new to the world, Subaru bumped into a group of thugs who brawled on him and he was lucky that a passerby helped for his rescue. Satella was just looking for her stolen insignia and she lends a hand to Subaru, which, in turn, he offered to look with her. They ended up in a loot shop where the insignia could be traded for money but they found their deaths instead.

Subaru wakes up, not in the afterlife, but in the same place, in the same time, in the same event, in the same group of thugs, and the same scenario. He re-lives the day he got transported into the mysterious world.

The series lined up 25 episodes for the second season and it is a split-cour, one which has a three-month TV broadcast block in between the cour. It is currently in the second part of the split-cour, almost nearing the end of the second season.

Here is where you can catch the latest and previous episodes of Re: Zero − Starting Life in Another World.

Is Re: Zero − Starting Life in Another World in Crunchyroll?

Yes, of course! Crunchyroll is the official home of Re: Zero and it is holding the official license to distribute Re: Zero for the locations outside of Japan. It airs the episodes in its original Japanese audio with English subtitles.

Premium users of Crunchyroll also enjoy one week of earlier screening of the episodes of Re: Zero and all the other shows in its roster for the rate of $9.99 per month or $79.99 per year. After the release for premium users, they release it for free the week after for non-premium users to watch.

Is Re: Zero − Starting Life in Another World on Netflix?

It is, however, Re: Zero is not available for all. Netflix only releases Re: Zero to select and limited locations and unfortunately, Netflix US is not one of those countries.

Still, being one of the most popular streaming sites of animes, TV shows, and films alike, Netflix holds a wide array of shows in their library which one can surely enjoy such as The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon's Judgment.

Is Re: Zero − Starting Life in Another World in Hulu?

No, Hulu does not stream Re: Zero but it has other animes under its belt which its subscribers can watch.

Is Re: Zero − Starting Life in Another World in Funimation?

Well, it used to be, but not anymore. Due to some partnership changes between Crunchyroll and Funimation, Re: Zero was removed from the shows under Funimation. Funimation confirmed it through their official Twitter page in response to a viewer who asked if they would be streaming the English dubbed version of Re: Zero.

In the meantime, Funimation holds many other isekai anime titles such as Mushoku Tensei. It also has some other animes like Horimiya and Promised Neverland.

Funimation and Crunchyroll still share some titles that can be watched on both online streaming platforms under the umbrella of their partners such as the Quintessential Quintuplets and Dr. Stone: Stone Wars.

Re: Zero − Starting Life in Another World Season 2 airs new episodes weekly via Crunchyroll every Wednesday at 8:30 PM EST. Its release in Japan would be a day earlier at 10:30 PM JST.

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