A lot of Netflix and Amazon Prime subscribers are likely to be confused by the new Netflix and Hulu streaming options for uncensoured dubbed anime streaming, and many are confused by them too.
The new Netflix streaming service for uncut dubbed anime, dubbed anime streams, and Monster Musume Dub, which is not available in the US and Canada, will be available to subscribers on Monday, February 6th.
In addition to being available in Canada and the US, the new service is available in Australia and New Zealand, though the Australian version of the service is not currently available.
Netflix is offering a “brief introduction” to the new streaming service, which includes a “guide on how to set up and use the service,” and a “summary of how to access the service on your device.”
The service does not offer an official FAQ page, but it does include a number of terms and conditions.
Netflix does not specify which regions are available in which countries, though, so it’s impossible to say how well the new Japanese-only service will work in any given region.
According to the Netflix website, the service includes “enhanced features that include new and improved subtitles, audio commentary, and live streaming on select TV channels.”
The new service has yet to be officially announced, but in a press release Netflix wrote, “With its high quality content and wide range of titles, Netflix is the place to be for fans of Japanese-language entertainment, as well as for those looking for the most up-to-date and complete content on Netflix.”
However, there is one caveat to the streaming service that will make it difficult for users of the new uncensorsed version of Netflix to use the new content.
Users of the Netflix streaming app in the United States, Canada, and the UK can access the new and uncensorable version of “Monster Musume dub” in the following countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand.
In addition to the U.S. and Canada customers, Netflix also states that users of its “Ultimate Service” in Europe and the United Kingdom can stream “Monster, Musume, and other original Japanese titles” in those countries.
In an attempt to avoid confusion among users of uncensoring dubbed Netflix streams, Netflix wrote that the service offers a “Quick Guide” for those who want to “get started with Netflix” and “get up and running quickly.”
The service also lists “subtitles, subtitles audio commentary,” and “live streaming on selected TV channels in the countries where it is available.”
Netflix is not the only service offering uncensorship dubbed Netflix content.
Amazon Prime has the option of streamers who “share the same language as their local region.”