Funimation to stream Log Horizon Season 1 for UK, Ireland, US & Canada

When distributor Funimation previously revealed they will be streaming and simulcasting the third season of Log Horizon, known as Log Horizon: Destruction of the Round Table (Log Horizon: Entaku Houkai), fans were left wondering about the status of the first two seasons which were once licensed, streamed and released by Sentai.

That changes as Funimation announced they will be bringing the first season of Log Horizon back to streaming via their platform, after Crunchyroll and HIDIVE both delisted the episodes for a short period of time. All 25 episodes will be available starting today at 2:00pm GMT dubbed and subbed. The dub is expected to be the same one produced by Sentai.

The status of the second season for Funimation is not known. Sentai are still offering the season for streaming on Crunchyroll and HIDIVE in the meantime.

Log Horizon: Destruction of the Round Table will simulcast every Wednesday starting 13th January at 12:00pm GMT.

“While playing his favorite MMORPG, Shiroe is sucked into the fantasy world of Akiba. Lucking upon two of his friends also playing, they venture out to discover this once-familiar world.

His new party of Adventurers soon find they are now in a realm with hordes of monsters and murderous Player Killers. What do you do when there’s no way out, and not even death is an escape? You play!”
Plot Synopsis via Funimation

Log Horizon is a 2011 light novel series written by Mamare Touno and the anime was adapted by studios Satelight for Season 1 in 2013 and Deen for Season 2 in 2014. Studio Deen also returns to animate the third season with Shinji Ishihira, who directed the first two seasons, returning to direct. Writer Toshizo Nemoto and music composer Yasuharu Takanashi also return from the previous two seasons.

MVM Entertainment released the first two seasons on both Blu-ray and DVD, with a complete seasons 1 & 2 collection available in collector’s Blu-ray packaging for the United Kingdom and Ireland. Sentai released the first two seasons in the United States and Canada. Yen Press are releasing the light novel source material under their imprint Yen On for English readers.

Source: Funimation Blog


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