UK Legal Anime Streaming March 2018 Round-up

The Spring 2018 anime season has begun, but first we look back at the titles made available during the month of March for the UK & Ireland territories. Here’s a quick round-up detailing the newest additions & expired titles!

So what is the purpose of this round-up you may ask? Simple, to let folks know what titles are now available to stream legally and what titles are no longer streaming. It’s important to help folks find the titles they want on the right services, especially given the UK had it rough for a long time until around 2016.

This list will be sorted by alphabetical order on the services.

Starting off the March slate is Crunchyroll, whom have been continuing to add more catalogue titles as part of their partnership with Funimation. A couple Spring 2018 titles also make an appearance.

Spring 2018 Anime Simulcasts:

New Additions:

HIDIVE have a few more catalogue titles in store. They have announced their Spring 2018 slate but their respective pages won’t be up just yet.

New Additions:

Delisted:

  • Night Raid 1931
  • Night Raid 1931 OVA

Netflix continues to support anime and now we have a lot of new additions to share.

In case you haven’t seen it, we have a list of titles that are coming to Netflix throughout 2018 with the latest updates. For this month’s slate we witness four Netflix Original titles plus another receiving its remaining episodes.

Winter 2018 Anime Simulcasts:

New Additions:

And last but not least we have the free streaming service still around. Just one title and it’s apparently a retrocast.

New Additions:

That’s it for the month of March. Stay tuned for our next round-up next month!

NormanicGrav

Grav is your average generic anime character who went to University, joined and took over the Sheffield Hallam anime society, graduated, got a job, and went back to do a Masters degree. He considers himself a man of culture and likes a lot of anime, even the ones that are considered bad. Harems, Isekai, Pouts are also stuff he likes.

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