Wonder Egg Priority quickly became one of the stars of the Winter 2021 anime season. With an aesthetically pleasing design, beautiful music, and a cast of well-developed characters, the show tackles difficult topics such as mental illness, suicide, and abuse. If you haven't started watching it already, here's how you can do so:
Is Wonder Egg Priority on Netflix?
Unfortunately, Wonder Egg Priority is not on Netflix yet. Since Netflix mostly contains series that can be binged all at once, this is to be expected. However, many other anime shows, classic and new, are becoming available on Netflix, so Wonder Egg Priority could follow sometime in the future.
Wonder Egg Priority is currently not on Hulu. But if Hulu is your streaming platform of choice, you can watch other ongoing anime of the season that are available there, such as Mushoku Tensei and The Promised Neverland Season 2.
Unfortunately, Wonder Egg Priority is not available on Crunchyroll for the time being. However, if you are interested in ongoing fantasy anime you can go to Crunchyroll to check out another ongoing series, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime.
Funimation is the best way to watch Wonder Egg Priority. Since the anime show is still ongoing, you can only watch new episodes on their release date if you are using one of the paid plans.
Through a 14-day free trial, you can decide if the platform is for you. Then you can subscribe for a fee starting from $5.99 per month. Watch for free is allowed, but you will have to wait a week after the original release for each new episode to become available and there will be commercials.
At the moment, the show is only available with English subtitles. However, Funimation is known for its simuldubs, so Wonder Egg Priority could likely get a dub soon after completion.
Wonder Egg Priority is aired every Wednesday. The first season will have 12 episodes. It is an original anime written by Shinji Nojima. Love the show? We've collected a few anime like Wonder Egg Priority you should start watching.