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This is a compiled list of legal Anime streaming and downloading sites.I will try to keep this list as accurate and updated as possible. Quick notes about these sites: - Many of these services are only available to the North American audience due to regional licensing restrictions.. The network was launched in North America in late 2002 as mostly digital anime television subchannels and is marketed to multi system operators (MSOs) as both a Free and Subscription Video On Demand (VOD) programming service.

Netflix had just launched a streaming service in the US. They were once America’s largest anime distributor, even operating a linear television and cable video-on-demand service called Anime Network. ADV became a hydra of companies like Sentai Filmworks, Seraphim Studios and Valkyrie Media.Blackberry, then Research in Motion, was a successful business. Anime Network’s linear channel was shutdown nearly a decade ago, but the brand still exists as a cable video-on-demand and internet streaming subscription service.In June 2017, Section23 Films announced it would discontinue the Anime Network Online streaming service and focus solely on Anime Network's cable television and subscription video on demand (SVOD) services.HIDIVE LLC, a new company which is not affiliated with Anime Network, Section23, or Sentai Filmworks, acquired Anime Network Online's assets and spun them off into a new streaming service called HIDIVE. announced it acquired the " domain name from Anime Network Online.To Canadians that receive cable through Montreal-based telecommunications provider Cogeco, the latter is the only way the service will continue to exist, as the company has announced that on March 1, 2017 the Anime Network video-on-demand service will come to an end: On March 1, 2017, Anime Network On Demand will be shutting down operations and will no longer be available to any TV providers in Canada.

Although this decision is out of Cogeco’s control, we apologize for any inconvenience.

At launch, the Anime Network was only available by Video On Demand to Comcast subscribers in the Philadelphia area with 1.2 million customers with more providers choosing to carry the service later on.

The linear service launched on June 30, 2004 to complement the VOD service.

[adult swim]: - This site doesn't have an accumulative collection of the series' episodes.

They typically stream what episode is going to be aired on their time block. : The Anime - A registered account is required to access the series.

Comcast Communications previously carried the channel on video on demand since its launch.