Dragon Ball Super is finally getting dubbed in english after 60+ episodes. The Dragon Ball Fandom outside Japan should be really excited about it because when it comes to anime, we all remember watching Dragon Ball Z in english as kids. It was announced on Friday that the show has made a multi-year agreement with Toei Animation who will license Dragon Ball Super episodes in US and Canada for now. The license has covered everything- streaming, digital downloading, home video distribution, broadcast opportunities, and merchandising. Production of Dragon Ball Super English Dubbed Episodes will also begin, and Funimation will decide the broadcasting date later on.


The casting decisions for Dragon Ball Super English Dubbed Episodes has also not been decided yet. For now Funimation is streaming the English Subbed episodes with their own subs and has only added episodes 1-10 and 47-64. Episodes 11-46 will be added when the official Funimation subs are completed. Until the Dragon Ball Super English Dubbed Episodes are available, the Funimation subs are the most standard alternative.

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Crunchyroll, Daisuki, and AnimeLab are also helping in making the show available in various regions from October 22. They posted the Future Trunks arc (episodes 47-63) while the previous episodes are being added at the rate of 10 episodes per week. Fans can watch Dragon Ball Super full episodes on any site without missing something because they are all streaming the same episodes and subs which are available on Funimation.


Dragon Ball Super premiered last year in July on Fuji TV and other channels in Japan. Previously Toonami Asia had announced in November last year that it will be telecasting “English-language world premiere” of Dragon Ball Super in Southeast Asia and India in mid-2016, but later on Toonami Asia‘s official Twitter account reported that there has been no new news related to the English dubbing of the show until August 2016. Meanwhile Toei Animation has announced that the series will start airing in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa sometime between fall and winter.

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The fans who prefer dubs more than subs will be very hyped with the news of getting Dragon Ball Super English Dubbed Episodes after a very long wait.