Anime Episodes Leak Before Official Premiere on Crunchyroll

Anime Episodes Leak Before Official Premiere on Crunchyroll

Some new episodes of popular anime shows from Crunchyroll’s Spring Season got leaked online before they were supposed to come out. These leaks include the first episodes of shows like Sound  Euphonium 3, Chillin’ in Another World With Level 2 Super Cheat Powers, Unnamed Memory, KonoSuba – God’s blessing on this wonderful world! 3, Gods’ Games We Play, The Banished Former Hero Lives as He Pleases, As a Reincarnated Aristocrat, I’ll Use My Appraisal Skill to Rise in the World, and Astro Note.

Even though Crunchyroll planned to officially release these shows during the spring season, some people got access to them without permission which has made fans pretty upset.

Anime Leaks

Crunchyroll knows about the leaks and said they are looking into where they came from. But they haven’t said much else about it yet.

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Early Premieres and Screenings

Some anime shows have already started officially, even with the leaks happening. 

“Gods’ Games We Play” and “The Banished Former Hero Lives as He Pleases” premiered on Monday. Then “Astro Note” came out on Friday. For those waiting for shows in Japan, “Sound! Euphonium 3” and “As a Reincarnated Aristocrat, I’ll Use My Appraisal Skill to Rise in the World” are set for April 7, “Chillin’ in Another World With Level 2 Super Cheat Powers” for April 8, “Unnamed Memory” for April 9, and “KonoSuba – God’s blessing on this wonderful world! 3” for April 10.

Early Screenings

Sometimes, anime gets shown early at special events like theaters or conventions. For example, the first two episodes of Sound! Euphonium 3 were shown in Tokyo on March 16 and in Kyoto on March 17. 

Crunchyroll also had early screenings for KonoSuba – God’s blessing on this wonderful world! 3, as well as the first episodes of Gods’ Games We Play, Astro Note, and The Banished Former Hero Lives as He Pleases, during Sakura Con on March 29-31. They even showed some leaked anime episodes at the Puerto Rico Comic Con event on the same dates.

Crunchyroll wants to make sure fans stay excited about their anime shows. They are talking about the leaks and reminding everyone about the real premiere dates. This way, they are keeping the hype up while making sure their content stays safe and legit.