Peacock Adds Streaming Anime Channel RetroCrush to Its Lineup

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Digital Media Rights (DMR) has announced that RetroCrush, a 24/7 streaming channel devoted to classic anime, continues to expand its reach and is now streaming on Peacock. Additionally, the RetroCrush library available on the streaming service will expand in the coming months with the addition of several anime series and movies.

RetroCrush was initially launched by DMR in 2019 as a social video channel, growing to become one of the most popular anime channels on YouTube and Facebook, with more than 1.2 million subscribers/followers, and averaging 38 million monthly video views. Today, RetroCrush includes more than 100 series and 40 features from the 70s, 80s and 90s and is available on iOS, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and smart TVs, and on desktop at

RetroCrush titles coming to Peacock in the coming months include The Story of Saiunkoku (ColourCloud Palace), The Twelve KingdomsAppleseedArcadia of My YouthBlack Jack: The MovieHellsJin-Roh: The Wolf BrigadeRobot CarnivalArea 88Ceres: Celestial LegendCromartie High SchoolFushigi Yugi: OVAGTO: Great Teacher OnizukaNew Getter RoboFlame of ReccaKobatoArcadia of My YouthEndless Orbit SSXGakuen HeavenKaibaLibrary WarsMazinger Edition ZVoltes V, and Earl and Fairyand Fushigi Yugi

You can watch Peacock for free, or you can unlock their Premium content for $4.99 per month. And ad-free tier is also available at $9.99 per month.

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Margaret has been a writer and editor for Nerds and Beyond since 2018. She loves Grogu, Doctor Who, and The OA. And she's still salty about #WaywardSisters. Find her on Twitter and TikTok at @MargNation.
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