It seems as if Crunchyroll just can’t catch a break. As you may recall ever since the split with Funimation, Crunchyroll announced that it would be losing licenses to certain anime series. Now we know that the service will be losing the first seasons of two of the biggest shows currently out: Attack on Titan and My Hero Academia. Funimation controls the rights to both of these series.

You can still watch the second and third seasons of both shows and Crunchyroll will likely work to regain the licenses for the lost seasons. Do you think this breakup will produce more series lost for Crunchyroll in the future? Let us know what do you think about this in the comment section below.

 

Source: Animenewsnetwork