FunimationNow Anime Channel Launches On Amazon Fire TV
Anime series such as “Dimension W,” “My Hero Academia” and “Attack on Titan” are now available on the Fire TV platform through the newly-launched FunimationNow app channel. The anime shows and movies, both subbed and dubbed, can be viewed with or without ads depending on a viewer’s subscription.
FunimationNow is available in two paid subscription tiers starting with the Subpass plan at $4.99 per month that includes ad-free streaming in HD, all subtitled anime including simulcasts, and unlimited device streaming (subtitled only). Their more expensive All-Access Pass is $7.99 per month but adds all English-dubbed anime, unlimited device streaming (subbed and dubbed), Funimation Broadcast Dubs, and exclusive video extras.
The channel also has free subscription viewing with commercial interruptions and a limited anime library.
“We are thrilled to partner with Amazon to enable more anime fans to experience our content on their TVs,” said Mike DuBoise, Chief Operating Officer of Funimation.