Hulu subscribers who are fans of anime have a day to enjoy the dozens of titles available on the over-the-top service.
A slew of contracts for the streaming rights to more than 150 anime movies and TV shows expire June 1 on Hulu, reports exstreamist.com.
As things consider to fracture in the streaming world, anime is of course a top priority for many of the streaming services. The wide array of genres under the anime umbrella contain titles that are popular to appeal to a bigger audience, as well as those that help bring in new subscribers due to difficulties in finding some of rarer titles. In other words, anime has a growing number of streaming services that have found people are willing to subscribe to their service and this is starting to fracture a bit; one centralized hub for a majority of anime titles is seeming less likely to happen.
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