Several hit anime series, including The Promised Neverland and Mob Psycho 100, are set to premier on HBO Max.
Several hit anime series, including The Promised Neverland and Mob Psycho 100, are set to premier on HBO Max (courtesy of Crunchyroll).
Continuing their partnership, Crunchyroll is working to bring more anime to the new streaming service. The Promised Neverland and Mob Psycho 100 will be added to HBO Max starting on August 4th. Also set to premier on the streaming service are Inuyasha, Aldnoah.Zero and Puella Magi Madoka Magica.
The Promised Neverland follows the orphans the reside at the Grace Field House. At first, it looks like they live a life of comfort. Once they uncover its sinister purpose, they have to find a way to escape.
Mob Psycho 100 follows Shigeo Kageyama (nicknamed Mob) who is a powerful esper that wants to live a normal life. To control his powers, he works as an assistant for Reigen Arataka (a con-man pretending to have psych powers). Together they battle and help evil spirits and try to save the world from CLAW.
Inuyasha is a classic that helped introduce anime to American audiences (via Toonami). The story follows Kagome Higurashi who partners with Inuyasha (who is half human and half demon) to find the Shikon Jewel.
Set in an alternative timeline after the discovery of alien technology during the Apollo 11 mission, Aldnoah.Zero follows a war between Earth and Mars (after it was settled by humans).
Puella Magi Madoka Magica follows the journey of Madoka Kaname after a magical encounter.
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 with The Wire.
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