VIZ Media Announces Digital Anime Update for March 2016
VIZ Media rounds out the First Quarter of 2016 with digital anime update for March 2016. This update is highlighted by the addition of new dubbed and subtitled episodes for series such as Bleach and Naruto Shippuden. Sailor Moon Sailor Stars, the final story arc for Sailor Moon, is also finally available legally in the United States.
The newly added anime content for March 2016 includes:
Supernatural soul reaping action continues with the final season of Bleach episodes, where Ichigo continues to train with Ginjo and Xcution as he tries to reawaken his Soul Reaper powers. Catch the addition of Episodes 356-366, which will be available to stream uncut with dubbed English dialogue, beginning on March 27, 2016. With the addition of these remaining episodes of Bleach, viewers can now watch the entire series subbed or dubbed online any time they want.
Brand new weekly simulcasts of the latest action packed Naruto Shippuden episodes are scheduled to take place every Thursday throughout March 2016. Catch Episode 451 on Mar. 10, 2016, followed by Episode 452 on Mar. 17, 2016, Episode 453 on Mar. 24, 2016, and Episode 454 on Mar. 31, 2016.
March 2016 brings new, subtitled North American premieres for Sailor Moon Sailor Stars (Season 5) with two exciting episodes every week, which include a focus on the Sailor Starlights. Don’t miss Episodes 190 and 191 on Mar. 7, 2016, followed by Episodes 192 and 193 on Mar. 14, 2016, Episodes 194 and 195 on Mar. 21, 2016, and Episodes 196 and 197 on Mar. 28, 2016. This month, Sailor Moon Season 4 (Episodes 128-146) is also available to stream in its entirety on-demand.
VIZ Media’s consolidated online destination for free streaming anime content in the United States has over 4,100 subtitled and English dubbed episodes and movies from more than 36 series. VIZ Media’s streaming content also reaches an expansive on-demand U.S.-based audience on Hulu, which enables viewers to watch shows anytime, anywhere across devices including Xbox One, PlayStation®4, Roku, Roku TV, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, and mobile devices.