Where can you catch One Punch Man if you’re visiting the Great White North? Or if you live there? The answer, as of now, is the streaming channel called TubiTV.
Unlike most of its competition, TubiTV is a freely accessible streaming service, supported by ads instead of subscription. This means Canucks get to watch the second season of One Punch Man for free. Jelly.
Tubi has also landed Canadian rights to the three Naruto movies: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow, Legend of the Stone of Gelel, and Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom. Tubi already holds rights to the TV series, so this is just adding to their library of Hidden Leaf Village entertainment.
“We’re excited to super-serving our passionate anime viewers with the Naruto movies and One-Punch Man,” said Adam Lewinson, Chief Content Officer, Tubi. “This enhances what is already the best completely free anime library in Canada, which includes popular titles such as Yu-Gi-Oh!,Hunter x Hunter, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Bleach, and Fairy Tale.”
TubiTV is not a service exclusive to Canada…the streamer operates from San Francisco and has a lineup of over 12,000 movies and TV shows free to view in the States. But as the headline states, this new acquisition only applies to Canada — so if you load up the Tubi app now, you will not find Saitama there.
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