New Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL Episodes Now Premiering on Hulu, YUGIOH.com

July 14, 2014 at 4:46 pm | Posted in English dubbed, Konami, Yu-Gi-Oh!, ZEXAL | Leave a comment
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Astral giving Yuma a thumbs-up in ZEXAL episode 28

The Vortexx on The CW might be on its way out and Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL might still be in reruns on that block, but have no fear! New episodes from season 3 are hitting Hulu first! 4K Media’s English-dubbed version of Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL episode 114, “Tentacles of Terror, Part 1,” made its debut on Hulu yesterday evening. Expect to see the episode on YUGIOH.com as well when the site refreshes with the latest Hulu video feed. Prior to this premiere, the last new ZEXAL episode to air on TV was episode 113, “Memory Thief, Part 2,” on June 7.

This web premiere is the first of many more to come for the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime. Every week, new episodes of ZEXAL will be made available online until the conclusion of season 3, 4K Media said in an announcement on Facebook. So, if Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL isn’t already in your list of favorites on Hulu, now you have the perfect incentive to add it! And if you’re a Hulu Plus subscriber, you can also watch the show in HD and on your TV and mobile devices.

If you can’t access Hulu’s streams and the Hulu embeds on YUGIOH.com because you are based outside of the United States, keep an eye out for news about an international streaming solution, which 4K Media has been touting for months.

4K Media assured fans earlier this year that Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL will have a complete dubbed and subbed release.

My, how things have changed since 4K Media first picked up the Yu-Gi-Oh! rights in 2012! Back then, new episodes couldn’t be streamed for a minimum of 60 days after its TV broadcast under its agreement with Saban. Somewhere along the line, that time frame was wisely reduced to 30 days. Now, free from the restrictions of its contract with Saban, 4K Media is bringing new episodes to the web first. What’s next? Yu-Gi-Oh! simulcasts? Haha, one can dream…

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