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I'm curious , I saw online that Naruto can only be watched on Crunchyroll in Canada and the US

  • Buy the DVD/BD? Find the alternatives from this post? Where are you currently located? – Aki Tanaka Apr 18 at 19:46
  • Thanks for responding Aki Tanaka , I'm located in Belgium. – Kaan Apr 18 at 19:49
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    You're not necessarily "supposed" to be able to do so. Sometimes you just can't legally get things, and no one's under any obligation to provide you a legal avenue. That said, maybe there's a way that works for Belgium, I don't know. – zibadawa timmy Apr 18 at 23:24
  • @kaan I live in the netherlands but as long as I know there isn't really a legal way... – xmastertje Apr 19 at 11:18
  • At least in the US, Naruto is also on Netflix, and Adult Swim on TV. Not sure about in other countries – Remy Lebeau Apr 21 at 17:33
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So I live in Australia, and I watch Naruto for at least 24 hours a month. If you want really good quality, then watch it on AnimeLab. If you don't want ads, then don't use the mobile AnimeLab.

Even though these really help you, the anime community gets affected if you don't buy official merchandise and DVDs, or watch it on official streaming websites, the anime production company will get shut down, meaning they won't produce more seasons, and no one wants that ;)

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    Take note that AnimeLab is currently only available on Australia and New Zealand, while the OP was living in Belgium from the comment. (Also, this community doesn't condone piracy, so questionable/illegal streaming sites are prohibited here) – Aki Tanaka Jun 12 at 9:52

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