Where to Watch the Spare Me, Great Lord! Anime?

Where to Watch the Spare Me, Great Lord! Anime?

Spare Me, Great Lord! is an ONA series that has aired from December 2021 to February 2022, based on a Chinese comic book. The ONA adaptation had 12 episodes and told us the story of an orphan, Lu Shu. Lu Shu is not any regular orphan, but a metahuman experiencing the changes during the dawn of the magical era. Lu Shu embarks on a journey to use his abilities together with his sister, Lu Xiaoyu. Along the way, they’ll encounter supernatural events, obstacles, and even the most powerful people in their country. In this article, we are going to tell you where you can watch the Spare Me, Great Lord! anime series.

Sadly, Spare Me, Great Lord! cannot be watched on any major streaming service. In fact, it is not known whether it can be streamed anywhere in the world, save for some obscure Chinese streaming services that are not available in the West. Some episodes are available on YouTube, but from what it is known, it’s not the whole series.

Spare Me, Great Lord! might be an obscure title, but there is a lot of interest for it in the otaku community. Although it only has one season and just 12 episodes, it has gained a lot of attention and has become a talking point among the otaku communities around the world. In this article, we are going to give you the ultimate guide for watching the anime series online.

Where to watch Spare Me, Great Lord!?

As of June 2022, Spare Me, Great Lord! is not available on any known major streaming service, including some local ones. This ONA series is quite obscure and not many people know about it. And while Tencent Penguin Pictures has produced it, no streaming service seems to have it on their slate. There are, certainly, illegal sites where you can find the anime, but we don’t endorse piracy here at Fiction Horizon.

Some episodes are available on YouTube, but as far as we know, it is not the whole Spare Me, Great Lord! anime series. There might be some lesser-known local Chinese streaming platforms where you can find the show, but these platforms are not available in the West so you won’t be able to watch them. Hopefully someone picks the show up in the near future.

Sadly, the anime is not available for streaming elsewhere.

Is Spare Me, Great Lord! available on Netflix?

Spare Me, Great Lord! is actually not available on Netflix, which isn’t overly surprising, seeing that Netflix usually offers either big titles or its own co-productions, and Spare Me, Great Lord! does not fit in either of the categories.

Netflix is doing a great job in providing its subscribers with great streaming content, but it does have some restrictions. In this case, the restriction is absolute, as the show is not available in any region of the world. So, if you have a Netflix account and are looking to watch Spare Me, Great Lord!, we don’t have any good news for you.

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Is Spare Me, Great Lord! available on Crunchyroll?

Surprisingly, Spare Me, Great Lord! is not available for streaming on Crunchyroll, the biggest anime distributor for the Western market. Crunchyroll usually has all of the episodes of an anime series, but Spare Me, Great Lord! seems to be an exception, as you cannot stream it on the platform.

If you want to watch some other great anime titles, Crunchyroll is your best option if you ask us, but, sadly, Spare Me, Great Lord! is not on the site.

Is Spare Me, Great Lord! available on Disney+?

Disney+ does not offer any Spare Me, Great Lord! content, which is, as you probably know by now, not surprising as Disney+ is generally very conservative when original content created by other studios is concerned, and anime is not just that, it is also direct competition for Disney, who takes pride in its original animated content. On top of that, this kind of content is definitely not compatible with Disney.

However, if you prefer Western animation and maybe some other anime series (although the offer is quite limited), Disney+ offers quite a few of them.

One of these animated series is The Simpsons, which is still very popular with 33 seasons as of December 2021. Some other similar shows, both animated and live-action, that might attract your attention include Gravity FallsThe Mighty Ducks, and the Star Wars series, including the very popular The Mandalorian.

Is Spare Me, Great Lord! available on Funimation?

Spare Me, Great Lord! is not available on Funimation either. The best dubbed-anime source in the US doesn’t offer this series to its subscribers, which is a bit surprising, but if Crunchyroll doesn’t have it, Funimation won’t have it either.

One major issue with Funimation, in general, is that it is not available around the world, so even if you could stream the complete Spare Me, Great Lord! series, you’d only be able to access it from a limited number of countries. Luckily, these problems don’t apply to this show.

Is Spare Me, Great Lord! available on Hulu?

Spare Me, Great Lord! is not available for streaming on Hulu, neither the subbed, nor the dubbed version of the show. Hulu is not one of the major players in the world of streaming, but nonetheless, it has a solid anime library, which is why it’s a bummer that Spare Me, Great Lord! is not in it.

Hulu is a streaming service that primarily offers live-action shows and movies, but, as we have said, there’s also a lot of anime, although Spare Me, Great Lord! is, unfortunately, not among the anime in Hulu’s library. Another big issue is that Hulu is not available around the world so there are certain restrictions if you don’t live in the United States.

As you can see, Hulu is not a good place to look for Spare Me, Great Lord!, as it doesn’t have it in its library, but it wouldn’t be your best pick even if it had it, since the location restrictions on Hulu are large and if you’re a non-US fan, you’d have a lot of trouble with Hulu.

Is Spare Me, Great Lord! available on HBO Max?

Spare Me, Great Lord! cannot be streamed on HBO Max either. Namely, the streaming service simply doesn’t have the show among its titles, so if you’re a subscriber and have been looking to see the show, we don’t have any good news for you.

But, if you actually do have a free trial or an ongoing subscription to HBO Max, you can also watch other great anime shows, some of which are true classics that need to be watched regardless of whether you’re a fan or not.

Luckily, HBO Max has a truly great anime library so fans will definitely find something for themselves if they want to explore other shows aside from Spare Me, Great Lord!. Some other great anime on HBO Max include Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Death Note, Jujutsu Kaisen, and Re:ZERO.

Is Spare Me, Great Lord! available on Amazon Prime?

Spare Me, Great Lord! still isn’t available for streaming on Amazon Prime. This is relatively strange as Amazon Prime has a solid slate of anime on its service, but it seems that Spare Me, Great Lord! isn’t on it at this moment. This, sadly, also includes Amazon’s non-Prime pay-per-view library, which means that you cannot rent or buy the individual Spare Me, Great Lord! episodes as well.

Now, as we have said above, what surprised us the most is the fact that Amazon doesn’t even offer the anime episodes for purchase, as it does with a lot of other shows via its pay-per-view model (for example, One Piece or Black Clover). Such series cannot be streamed, but you can buy each episode individually and then own them, so you can watch them anytime you want.

One advantage of the rent or buy option on Amazon is the lack of restriction, either in time or location. Anywhere in the world, you can buy any available season or episode of a show, which is a good thing since some streaming services don’t offer their full slate for all countries. Once rented, you have only a limited amount of time to watch each episode for the same price, whereas with a purchased copy, you have unlimited time.

But, sadly, none of this applies to Spare Me, Great Lord!, whether you’re an Amazon Prime member or not.

  • Arthur S. Poe has been fascinated by fiction ever since he saw Digimon and read Harry Potter as a child. Since then, he has seen several thousand movies and anime, read several hundred books and comics, and played several hundred games of all genres.