Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V Season 1 & 2 English Dub Coming to Hulu

January 31, 2018 at 5:00 pm | Posted in ARC-V, English dubbed, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 6 Comments

Hulu logo and Yuya Sakaki giving the V hand sign in ARC-V episode 14
That’s right, Yuya, season 2!

At last, the English dub of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V is available online. 4K Media has confirmed that both season 1 and 2 will be streaming on Hulu starting tomorrow, February 1. This is welcome news to American Yu-Gi-Oh! fans, who up until now have had no way to watch season 2. Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V is currently airing on Nicktoons, but the network jumped to season 3 earlier this month after completing season 1.

The English dub of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V has had a rocky presence online. Previously, Tubi TV began streaming season 1 in June 2017, but abruptly removed it less than a month later. On the other hand, the original Japanese version of the anime is available worldwide on Crunchyroll and is nearly complete.


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  1. LOL

    So what’s even the point of airing this show on TV then?

    Nicktoons is nearly dead and half of the episodes that are shown in dub are already ahead of us in other countries.

    If this keeps up? Nicktoons will lose the rights to air this anime.


  2. Nicktoons is airing episodes from season 3, which aren’t available anywhere else, so it still has a purpose. Obviously what happened with season 2 is awful, but I’m just happy 4K Media addressed the issue quickly. As frustrating as it is to hear that other countries are ahead of us, that’s not related to what Nick decides to do.

  3. they need to put it on netflix for people without hulu

  4. All I was told was that it’d be added to Hulu. I don’t know about Netflix specifically but it’s possible that Hulu partner sites (like Yahoo View, Xfinity Stream, yugioh.com, etc.) will also get them in the future. I’ll write about it if that happens.

  5. I’m kind of surprised they didn’t include the already completed sub alongside the dub. Guess they want to leave Hulu as the home of the dub and Crunchyroll as the home of the sub?

  6. I could have sworn I saw 4K Media use the word “exclusive” at least once to describe its subbed anime’s availability on Crunchyroll, though I can’t remember where. If that’s so, then it might be a contractual thing why there aren’t any subbed Yu-Gi-Oh! series on other platforms. Also, Hulu dumped a lot of anime after the great anime purge and its selection hasn’t recovered, so maybe Hulu doesn’t want the show, especially since it’s subbed.

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