While not a dedicated anime streaming site, Hulu does host a collection of anime titles from other streaming sites like Crunchyroll and HIDIVE. These are usually some of the more popular titles of the genre, such as Attack on Titan, My Hero Academia, Bleach and One-Punch Man. It does not produce any original content (as yet).
A Hulu subscription will however also get you access to naruto game offline other video content besides anime, so it does provide you a breadth of viewing options. But just like Netflix, you won't be getting simulcast of the latest anime releases so if you need to keep up with the latest, Hulu is not for you.
Still, with Disney+ venturing into producing original anime with four series planned for 2022 (both Disney+ and Hulu are under the Walt Disney umbrella of companies), and with Disney CEO hinting at a possible Hulu/Disney+ merger in the future, Hulu may yet play a bigger role in the anime streaming scene.
You'll love it if… you like a curated list of the more popular anime series.
Stay away if… you want exclusive, original or lesser-known anime titles (for now).
- Hulu (with ads), US$6.99/month
- Hulu (no ads), US$12.99/month
Availability and support: Works on most devices.