24 Nov 2021 7:04 PM +00:00 UTC

Where to Watch Dragon Ball Super - November 2021 Update

Dragon Ball Super, the sequel to Dragon Ball Z, follows the adventures of Goku and friends during the years after the defeat of Majin Buu. The 131-episode anime series ran from 2015 to 2018, and although Season 2 hasn't been announced yet, the popular shonen franchise by Akira Toriyama and artist Toyotarou has been getting more fans with re-runs of Dragon Ball Super as well as various streaming services making all episodes available to stream on-demand.

If you're wondering where to watch all 131 episodes of Dragon Ball Super, this article will cover the best (and legal) streaming platforms where you can watch them.

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While various TV channels are broadcasting re-runs of Dragon Ball Super worldwide, including Cartoon Network's Toonami, there are different streaming services you can use to stream all episodes of Dragon Ball Super on-demand, so check out the best ones here:

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Crunchyroll

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All episodes of Dragon Ball Super are available to stream for free on the site. If you don't have premium subscription, you have to watch it in standard definition, and there are ads, but you can watch for free.

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If you want the best viewing experience in Crunchyroll, you can upgrade to a premium subscription that will let you watch all episodes with no ads, and you can watch in HD. Crunchyroll's premium subscription costs $7.99/month after the 14-day free trial.

Funimation

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Funimation also has all 131 episodes of Dragon Ball Super. The premium membership costs $5.99/month after a 2-week free trial, and there's no commitment, so you can cancel your subscription at any time. Both subtitled and dubbed episodes will let you watch two streams simultaneously.

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Funimation also offers an upgraded subscription called "Premium Plus," which will let you watch on five devices simultaneously, download episodes, and more.

Funimation is available to watch on the web, and there's a mobile app you can download for free. You can also use Funimation in most smart TVs, Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and more.

You can also watch Dragon Ball Z and the original Dragon Ball episodes on Funimation.

Hulu

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Hulu also has all episodes of Dragon Ball Super in its streaming library, and you can watch via Hulu on almost any streaming device. The subscription costs $5.99/month. There is also a free trial available for new users.

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Is Dragon Ball Super available to stream on Netflix?

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Dragon Ball Super is currently not available to stream on Netflix in the United States and other regions, so if you want to watch this anime series, you will need to subscribe to one of the streaming services mentioned above.

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Can you watch Dragon Ball Super on YouTube?

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While full Dragon Ball Super episodes are not officially uploaded directly on YouTube, you can check out YouTubeTV, which includes the Cartoon Network channel. As English dub viewers probably know by now, Cartoon Network's Toonami regularly airs the English dub version of Dragon Ball Super.

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YouTubeTV costs $14.99 per month, but new users can try it for free for a limited time.

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