FunimationNow To Stream English Dub Of Dragon Ball Super TV Series

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Dragon Ball Super has had an English dub for many months now, and American viewers can now watch the series using the FunimationNow streaming service. The English dub features the voice talents of Sean Schemmel, Christopher Sabat and more.

Funimation made the announcement earlier today on its official Facebook page. They posted: "English dub episodes of the TV series Dragon Ball Super will be officially available on FunimationNow on December 5th at 4PM ET!"

You can click here in order to view the episodes.

Bear in mind, you can only watch the videos if you live in the USA. Funimation replied to some fan comments on Facebook saying that it hopes to further expand its audience in the near future.

As of right now, episodes 1 to 39 will be available for you to watch. Funimation will be releasing even more episodes in batches in the very near future.

However, the English dub is still ongoing and there's a long way to go in order for it to catch up to the native Japanese audio.

Thankfully, fans are able to watch new episodes of Dragon Ball Super with English subtitles via Crunchyroll, AnimeLab and more.

Dragon Ball Super is the new series from Akira Toriyama.

The events in the series take place after Dragon Ball Z and serves as a proper follow-up. The show has been going on since July 2015 and continues to be a hit with fans to this day.

The show has become a worldwide hit that it doesn't look like Toei Animation and Akira Toriyama have plans to end it soon. Let's hope even more exciting episodes come our way!

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