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Second Anniversary of AnimeLab Celebrated With New Simulcast Announcement

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It has been two years since Madman Entertainment launched the AnimeLab service, and really began making legal and official anime simulcasts/streams accessible to fans in Australia and New Zealand.

A number of things have changed with the service over these past two years, including the availability of a few “Broadcast Dubs”, a steady rise in the number of backcatalogue titles being available and the introduction of a two-tier membership system. Now in its third year, I look forward to seeing where the service goes from here.

But Madman Entertainment were not going to let the services’ second anniversary go by without an announcement. The company have confirmed that Naruto Shippuden, arguably one of their biggest mainstream anime titles, will now be simulcasting on AnimeLab. The latest season of the show is now streaming, and they will be including new episodes as they become available.

You can watch all the new episodes for yourself HERE.

About Naruto Shippuden

Naruto Uzumaki is back! After two and a half years of training on the road with Jiraiya of the Sannin, Naruto is back in the Village Hidden in the Leaves and he’s ready to show off his new skills. He and Sakura team up to take on their old master Kakashi, who’s pretty impressed with their progress. They’ll have plenty of opportunity to put it into action when news arrives from the Sand Village that Gaara, Naruto’s former rival and now Kazekage of the Sand, has been kidnapped! And the culprits are the very same group who are after Naruto – the Akatsuki!

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Sam
Founder of The Otaku's Study. I have been exploring this labyrinth of fandom these last fourteen years, and still nowhere close to the exit yet. Probably searching for a long time to come.

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