Crunchyroll has a small number of shows with English dubs. These are listed on their forums here. I could not find a way to search for them, so I have no way of knowing if the list is complete or not, but in any event there probably aren't a lot more than what is listed there. There have been others in the past, but never a huge number. CR is still primarily ...
Natsume is divided up into 4 seasons. You can see the rest of them at the bottom of the anime-planet page:
It's similar with Anime News Network.
But Crunchyroll has them grouped together under one listing (but for some shows, the different seasons are listed within the show's page). They do that with a lot of multi-season shows, perhaps in an effort to ...
Edit: See @senshin's answer for the correct answer. This answer addresses the question assuming the version on Crunchyroll was the same as before. I will keep this here for general reasons as to why the series may have been censored on TV.
I don't have a definitive answer, but I can offer some guesses:
This season may have aired on TV earlier than usual so ...
This was stated by the Support Manager??(or is that just a forum title) of Crunchyroll:
This involves getting the rights to the songs that are used as opening
and endings for each show on the site.
So not only when licensing new simulcasts would we be going after the
show but also the opening and ending songs.
A lot of bands are reluctant to ...
The series has took liberties with the content included in the episode.
The entire first episode is about the sextuplets trying to decide what type of anime they want to be since they really don't think Showa era anime will work anymore. So they change their art style and they go through a number of gags parodying anime from recent years.
Within the first ...
The seasons are named differently:
Anime Planet has:
Zoku Natsume Yuujinchou
Natsume Yuujinchou San
Natsume Yuujinchou Shi
And CrunchyRoll splits them as:
Natsume Yuujinchou Shi
For some reason
I found a twitter post answering this exact same question and it appears that Crunchyroll merely split the one-hour episode in two parts. You should start with A, then continue to B, and then continue chronologically.
user11503's answer is exactly correct: the earlier parts of JoJo were just as bad when they aired on TV. Here's the TV version of OP's screenshot from JoJo part 1:
Not much better than Stardust Crusaders.
Here's what happened: sometimes, Crunchyroll only gets streaming rights to a show after the BDs have come out. This was the case for JoJo parts 1 and 2. ...
No! This is an egregious case of getting your implied referents mixed up. The Japanese dialogue is:
Here's what this actually means:
AVILIO: He stole Vanno's gun. I shot Serpente, but it was too late.
BARBERO: You didn't tie his hands?
See below for some comparison screenshots from episode 2, at the beginning of the first scene on the school roof (the one where Homura comes and gives a mysterious warning to Madoka and Sayaka).
Judging from the railings surrounding the roof area and the floor tiles, Crunchyroll is using the Blu-Ray/DVD version of Madoka Magica. Not the TV version.
To continue growing our simulcast and catalog offering, the price of the One-Month Premium membership will increase to $7.99 USD for new users on May 1, 2019.
However, as an existing Premium member, we're pleased to report that your current subscription rate is locked in at $6.95 USD for three months. After August 1, 2019, your following billing cycle will ...
Since Crunchyroll has a license from the copyright owner, the content (including cuts / edited video, subtitles, translations, overlay text, dubbing) available is considered official.
Even though Crunchyroll does the translation, the translation is owned by the anime studio. Also, sometimes the studio chooses how some terms are translated.
I think the most simplistic answer is that before the Anime production was to be aired, the studio had tied up with the production houses Crunchyroll and billibilli.
On 5th Jan, Anime News Network had the following article http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/daily-briefs/2016-01-05/ojisan-and-marshmallow-credits-list-crunchyroll/.97209
The official website ...
Crunchyroll doesn't have regional accounts, they determine what you can watch depending on your current location. Example: you register in the US, then move to - dunno - Azerbaijan, you'll only be able to watch the shows available in Azerbaijan. Source
Crunchyroll also doesn't care about what kind of device is used with what kind of regional PS/Xbox/...
Follow the above instructions, then view the lineup. When your language is set to French, what you can see in the lineup are the videos available in your region with French subtitles. If you are at the lineup page and flip between different languages at the bottom of the page, you should see different numbers of show for each language ... for myself, in the ...
I have found a solution. On Crunchyroll there is a workaround to this.
Head over to the footer or bottom of the website. It should look something like this >
From the footer, head over to languages in the footer, then head over to the highlighted text which says 'French'
After this the page should reload and the animes should now ...
(Consider this a comment to the answer by @senshin . Using answer format so that I can format text normally and show an image.)
Since you (senshin) went to extra effort for your answer, I felt inspired to reply in kind. You state concerning the script excerpt:
Nothing here indicates that the word "Fly" was supposed to be broken across two lines.
With the Crunchyroll Manga app, you have the ability to sort...
...and sort by a specific genre you're looking for.
The kicker here is that the genres you may be thinking of might not be the same ones that Crunchyroll supports.
On the Android mobile app there looks to be two main filters featured and newest, other than that you can search for manga in their manga store. This allowed me to find what looks like all the Attack on Titan manga. It looks like it also has most of the Fairy Tail manga too. (I don't want to check all 50+ books) It however doesn't have One Piece, Naruto, or ...