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Death Note, Bleach, Naruto are now available to stream for free — and legally

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If you’re looking for a reason to start watching anime, this is a pretty good one

As anime continues to rise in popularity stateside, more streaming services are looking to cater to a hungry audience trying to find niche series at a cost effective price.

In an effort to bring more people over to Tubi TV, an ad-supported streaming service that has partners in Paramount Pictures, MGM and Lionsgate, all 366 episodes of Bleach will be available to stream without a subscription. Along with Bleach, episodes of Death Note, Naruto and Hunter X Hunter among others will also be available to stream for free.

The series being offered are a perfect starting point for those who are looking to get into anime and want to begin with better known, acclaimed series. Tubi TV isn’t looking to take away subscribers from more notable anime streaming services, like Crunchyroll, which appeal to a more dedicated fanbase with its wider variety of offerings.

Instead, Tubi TV is looking to break into the market by offering a glimpse into the world of anime without any subscription fee attached. The service is available to those in Canada and the United States.