Fans of the popular Japanese anime series Yuri, which aired on the U.S. network Cartoon Network for eight seasons, are now able to watch it in their homes through a service called “Yuri Room”.
The service launched on Monday.
Users can choose to watch the anime in their living rooms, or set it up for viewing at home via a Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, or Google Chromecast device.
The service costs $6.99 per month.
YuriRoom is an anime-themed virtual home theater that allows users to watch anime in the comfort of their own home.
It’s free to sign up, and you can sign up for more than 15,000 anime shows to watch.
The company has partnered with Amazon and Netflix to make the service available in the U- and U.K.-based countries, including the U of A. The Yuri Room service also supports English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Spanish-speaking and Japanese.
“We’re excited to bring YuriRoom to fans across the world,” said John Gatto, general manager at Yuri Studio.
“We’re thrilled to have this opportunity to bring fans the Yuri anime in a new, immersive and personalized way.”
Yuri is a Japanese anime with a distinctive comedic style and dark, surreal imagery that explores themes of self-harm, mental illness, and depression.
The show was created by Shueisha, a Tokyo-based animation company, in 1997.
It ran on the Cartoon Network in Japan for nine seasons and on Cartoon Network’s U.s. channel for two more.
It has a worldwide following of about 200 million viewers.