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Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT & Dragon Ball Super to Stream on Crunchyroll in the UK

It’s the news that many of us in the UK have been waiting for, but Crunchyroll have today announced that the entirety of the Dragon Ball TV Anime saga will soon be available to stream in the UK, and it starts with Dragon Ball on 9th February 2024.

As it stands only the subtitled version of Dragon Ball Super, along with three of the recent Dragon Ball Z/Super films, are available to stream in the UK on Crunchyroll. But, on 9th February 2024, the entirety of Dragon Ball will be made available to stream on Crunchyroll in the UK in both dubbed and subbed formats. The sequel series, namely Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT and the adbridged Dragon Ball Z: Kai, will also be added to Crunchyroll every 2 weeks in March starting from 1st March 2024. It’s not known if the other Dragon Ball films will be added to the platform, or if Dragon Ball Super will be updated with dubbed options.

As it stands here is the release schedule:

Available Now:

Dragon Ball Super (131 Episodes) – Subbed

Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F (Movie) – Dubbed & Subbed

Dragon Ball Super: Broly the Movie (Movie) – Dubbed & Subbed

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero (Movie) – Dubbed & Subbed

9th February 2024:

Dragon Ball (153 Episodes) – Dubbed & Subbed

1st March 2024:

Dragon Ball Z (291 Episodes) – Dubbed & Subbed

15th March 2024:

Dragon Ball GT (64 Episodes) – Dubbed & Subbed

29th March 2024:

Dragon Ball Z: Kai (167 Episodes) – Dubbed & Subbed

Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball Z: Kai, Dragon Ball Super TV Series and the Dragon Ball Z (and Dragon Ball Super) movies are currently available on DVD and Blu-Ray in the UK, all of which were released by Manga Entertainment. Aside from that the only way to watch Dragon Ball legally in the UK is to stream edited dubbed episodes of Dragon Ball Super on BBC iPlayer or uncut subtitled episodes on Crunchyroll.

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