Crunchyroll Announces Anime Lineup for Summer 2020!

crunchyroll anime lineup

When it comes to bringing new anime to fans over the world, Crunchyroll has always been one of the best streaming services. For every Summer, Crunchyroll makes sure to amuse the audience with new anime shows. And this time, it announced a few shows that will be released in this summer. Let’s see what they are and when they’re going to release.

Crunchyroll Announces Summer 2020 Anime Lineup!

The official news website of Crunchyroll recently announced that it made a list of anime shows that will release this summer. And not just that but also anime lineup for returning spring titles along with their simulcasts. Well before you go on an adventure, make sure to stock up elixirs and potions because we’re about to see the titles of the anime shows.

crunchyroll summer lineup

New Season Picks: 

  • The God of the High School
  • Re: Zero- Starting Life in Another World (Season 2)
  • Rent-a Girlfriend
  • Gibiate
  • Healin’ Pretty Good Cure

New Simulcasts: 

  • The God of the High School
  • Re: Zero- Starting Life in Another World (Season 2)
  • Rent-a Girlfriend
  • Gibiate
  • The Misfit of the Demon King Academy
  • Fire Force (Season 2)
  • Mr Love: Queen’s Choice
  • Healin’ Pretty Good Cure
  • Monster Girl Doctor
  • That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime OAD 4
  • Ninja Collection
  • Umayon
  • My Teen Romantic Comedy Snafu Climax!

Returning Spring Titles:

  • Extra Olympia Kyklos
  • Food Wars! The Fifth Plate
  • Digimon Adventure
  • Sword Art Online Alicization War of Underworld
  • Major Second (Season 2)
  • A Certain Scientific Railgun T
  • Gundam Build Diverse Re: Rise (2nd Season)

Continuing Simulcasts:

  • One Piece
  • Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
  • Black Clover
  • Fruits Basket (Season 2)
  • Case Closed
  • Ahiru no Sora
  • Shadowverse
  • Wacky Tv NaNaNA- Chase the Kraken Monster
  • Welcome to the Japari Park S2

Conclusion

Well, these are the lists of anime shows that will be streaming soon on Crunchyroll and as you can see most of them are currently running anime series or recently released ones. We hope you’ll have a good time watching these shows on our beloved streaming service Crunchyroll. So, what are your thoughts on this news? Do you like watching anime in Crunchyroll? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

Visit the anime community of India-Anime Ukiyo for more content!

For the latest anime news and reviews, follow Anime Ukiyo on TwitterFacebookInstagram, and Telegram Channel.

Posted by
Hanumanth Reddy

Hanumanth is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief at Anime Ukiyo. He's a seasonal anime watcher and shares his knowledge on anime through his writing. He loved anime for a long time and in the process of loving it more, he created this amazing website.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *