In addition to Dragon Ball Super, people can now find Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball GT, and Dragon Ball Z on Crunchyroll.

More Dragon Ball Series Come to Crunchyroll

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Crunchyroll is now home to more Dragon Ball series. The company announced that Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball GT, and Dragon Ball Z are all available on the streaming service. Depending on the show, either dubs or both subs and dubs will be available.

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The original Dragon Ball anime first began airing in 1986. 153 episodes will be available on the service in both English and Japanese with English subtitles. Dragon Ball Z began its run in 1989. While 291 episodes will be there, only the English dub will be available. Finally, Dragon Ball GT showed up in 1996. There will be 64 dubbed and subbed episodes to watch via the service.

There is already one Dragon Ball series on Crunchyroll. People can watch Dragon Ball Super there. 131 episodes of it are there now.

Here’s the official trailer for the shows’ Crunchyroll debut.

This is part of the continued merger between Funimation and Crunchyroll. Following Sony’s acquisition, it announced that Crunchyroll would absorb the other service. As a result, shows previously only available on Funimation are gradually migrating over. This change also means that the Crunchyroll apps and subscriptions will be the dominant and remaining ones.

Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball GT, and Dragon Ball Z are on Crunchyroll as of March 15, 2022.

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