The Top Popular Anime Series on Crunchyroll 2021 Revealed

Crunchyroll is undoubtedly one of the top streaming platforms for anime and a favorite to-go place for anime fans with various preferences. Whether the show is extremely popular or your little guilty pleasure, the chances are that you can find your favorite anime on Crunchyroll. If you are not sure what to watch next, here are some of the top anime series that you can watch on Crunchyroll, according to the platform users, anime fans and rankings.

Demon Slayer Kimetsu No Yaiba

Demon Slayer was first adapted to anime series in 2019 when the first season was released. The second season premiered in 2021 after the movie Demon Slayer Mugen Train was released. Season two combined the Mugen Train arc with the new Entertainment District arc. Demon Slayer is one of the top anime to date.

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Dr. Stone

Dr. Stone is an ongoing anime series and manga set 3700 years in the future after the collapse of civilization where the entire human race is petrified and trapped in stone. The second season aired in 2021 while the third season is confirmed.

My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia is one of the top superhero anime series and manga with 113 episodes in five seasons. The story should end in a year if everything goes according to the plan, while the sixth season is to be released in 2022.

Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan special episodes are being aired on Crunchyroll in between season 4 part 1 and part 2. The second part of the season will be the finale of the story. Attack on Titan is without a doubt one of the most popular Shonen anime worldwide.

Hunter x Hunter

Hunter x Hunter ended its first series in 2001 with the second series airing from 2011 to 2014. The story is following Gon Freecss and his friends as he is set to find his father. The second series is covering the manga story to the Chimera Ant arc and the Election arc while the first series is based on the manga story until the Greed Island.   

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