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Crunchyroll has announced that several hit anime titles will be coming to HBO Max when it launches on May 27th.

In a partnership between the two media services, 17 anime titles will be available on HBO Max when it launches. Among the shows are all 24 episodes of Kill la Kill, Season 1 of Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World (Directors Cut version), both seasons of KonoSuba, and every episode of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. Perfect for anyone who wants to get into an isekai after binge watching The Sopranos.

Crunchyroll and HBO Max have also confirmed that Hunter x Hunter along with Death Note will be coming sometime after launch. More titles will be coming to the streaming service in the future.

Chief Content Officer of HBO Max, Kevin Reilly, has stated in a Press Release,

“Anime is a celebrated, diverse art form with a rich culture rooted in imaginative worlds and vibrant characters. Crunchyroll has centralized these fantastic adventures for everyone to enjoy.”

Crunchyroll is the largest anime streaming service, having been credited for introducing the medium to a greater audience. HBO is a premium television network best known their specials, documentaries and original shows like Game of Thrones along withThe Wire.

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