Crunchyroll Releases Anime Schedule for the Summer 2022 Season – GameRant

Crunchyroll announced the summer lineup of all their anime for the 2022 Summer season.
Crunchyroll recently announced the full summer lineup of all anime premiering during the 2022 anime season. They have also announced that there will be more updates in the future for their lineup, however, these are the titles with confirmed release dates. There are also anime confirmed to continue airing through the service this summer.
Crunchyroll is a multimedia company that streams anime and manga to international audiences. There is a free-with-ads tier, and multiple premium features each with its own unique perks. The service also has a yearly fan-voted award show, and anime-related news, and has become a mobile game developer in recent years. The following anime are not the complete list of summer releases, however, it is a complete list of all releases on the Crunchyroll platform. Each anime announced has a release date as well as any languages it will receive dubbing for, and all anime mentioned below include English subtitles with original Japanese voice acting.
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Rent-A-Girlfriend Season 2, will be dubbed in English, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, and German, will premiere on July 1. Other July 1 premieres include Lycoris Recoil, with English, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, and German dubs, as well as Teppen—!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Laughing 'til you Cry with no dubs announced for the platform yet.
Engage Kiss and Shoot! Goal To The Future will both premiere July 2 in their original form and an English dub, along with Musasino! without any announced dubbing. On July 3, YUREI DECO and Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth will both premiere their first episodes. RWBY: Ice Queendom will also premiere with an English dub on the same day.
Classroom of the Elite II will premiere on July 4 with English, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, and German dubbing. Meanwhile, July 5 is the premiere date for Dropkick on My Devil! X Season 3.
As far as July 6 premieres, we have Smile of the Arsnotoria the Animation and The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup, both of which will have English dubbing. Other premieres for the same day include Harem in the Labyrinth of Another World and My Stepmom's Daughter Is My Ex.
July 7 will see the premiere of The Yakuza's Guide to Babysitting. The following day, on July 8th, three anime will premiere; SHADOWS HOUSE 2nd Season with English, Latin American Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese dubbing, Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer with English, Brazilian Portuguese, and French dubbing, and Shine On! Bakumatsu Bad Boys! without any announced dubbing.
Black Summoner will premiere on July 9 with English and Brazilian Portuguese dubbing. July 11 features the premiere of ORIENT with English, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, and Russian dubbing. July 14 will see the premiere of the highly-anticipated of The Devil Is a Part-Timer!! Season 2 with English, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, and French dubbing.
Obey Me! The Anime Season 2 will premiere on July 22 along with The Maid I Hired Recently Is Mysterious which has English, Latin American Spanish, German, and Russian dubbing. Finally, FUUTO PI will premiere on July 31.
Anime that will premiere on Crunchyroll that do not have announced dates include both My Hero Academia Season 5 OVAs, Odd Taxi: In the Woods, Dr. Stone Special Episode, The Girl from the Other Side, as well as a TONIKAWA: Over The Moon For You Special Episode. Crunchyroll has also confirmed they will continue to stream One Piece, BORUTO: NARUTO NEXT GENERATIONS, Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai, Case Closed (Detective Conan), Digimon Ghost Game, Kingdom Season 4, Aoashi, A Couple of Cuckoos, Delicious Party Pretty Cure, Shadowverse Flame, and Love All Play.
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Stormie McNeal’s favorite anime genres are psycological, shounen, and slice-of-life, but she’ll watch just about any genre. She is currently pursuing a BA in Japanese and Translation and freelances for multiple websites.

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