How To Watch Crunchyroll Dubbed In Another Language

You can’t be an anime lover without knowing about Crunchyroll. It’s one of the best anime streaming apps, by far, and has over a thousand titles produced by Asian and American animation studios.

One of the most common questions I’ve gotten about the platform recently is, “Can you watch Crunchyroll dubbed in other languages, and if so how do you do it?” 

Almost every show on Crunchyroll can be watched dubbed with another language. This means that you can watch your favorite Japanese anime dubbed over by English-speaking voice actors. To change the dub language, simply visit the main page and select the dubbed season you wish to watch. 

If you’re somewhat new to Crunchyroll, then you may have some trouble finding out exactly how to change the dub language of the show.

So, to make your life easier, I decided to write a quick guide on how to watch Crunchyroll shows dubbed over in other languages.

I’ll also answer some of the most common dub-related questions I’ve gotten over the past year or so.

Let’s check it out!

How to Watch Dub on Crunchyroll

Whether you’re trying to watch the latest chapter of Boruto or your other favorite shows, you may be wondering how to watch it dubbed over in your native language.

On the other hand, if you’re trying to learn another language, it may be helpful to watch a show dubbed over in the language you’re trying to learn!

Does Crunchyroll have dubs? Crunchyroll does have dubs. In fact, they have a large selection of both English-dubbed and Japanese-dubbed anime titles.

I often get the question, is One Piece dubbed on Crunchyroll? No, One Piece is not dubbed on Crunchyroll. It is available in English with subtitles.

Most of the animes listed on Crunchyroll are dubbed in the native language of the studio that produced them. This means that Japanese animes will be dubbed in Japanese, Korean animes will be dubbed in Korean, and so on.

However, by changing the dub, you can watch a Japanese anime dubbed over in English (and several other languages as well).

While you can always change the subtitles of the show, not everybody enjoys reading subtitles. Additionally, some people who may be visually impaired may not feel like trying to squint or put on special glasses to try to read the small text at the bottom of the screen. This is why dubbing is such a nice feature. 

Whatever your reason for wanting to dub over the show you’re watching, though, it’s actually a pretty simple process.

Here’s a step-by-step on how to watch a dub on Crunchyroll: 

  1. First, click on the anime show that you wish to watch. This should open the video player and your show will start playing in its native language. 
  2. Next, look to the bottom left of the play screen where the star rating is displayed. Next to the rating, you’ll the title of the anime series. When you click that link, you’ll be redirected to the home page for that particular series. 
  3. Then, scroll down and look under the ‘Description’ section for the list of seasons. This should be a drop-down menu that you can click on. 
  4. Once you drop down the menu, you’ll be able to see each season in its different dub versions. Each language the series is dubbed in will be listed as a separate season. 

Here’s an example of how it should look on screen:

  • Season 1 (English)
  • Season 1 (German)
  • Season 1 (Spanish)
  • Season 2 (English)
  • Season 2 (German)
  • Season 2 (Spanish)

Simply select the language you’re trying to watch it in and you’ll be able to watch all of the episodes in your chosen dub language. 

Crunchyroll English Dub

Does Crunchyroll have English dubs? Crunchyroll has English dubs in many of its anime series. You can find a list of all the English dubs that Crunchyroll offers on its website.

Some of the more popular English dubs that Crunchyroll offers include Attack on Titan, Naruto Shippuden, and One Piece.

Read on to see the complete list of dubbed anime on Crunchyroll.

Crunchyroll Dubbed Anime

Here’s a list of all the anime that are currently available on Crunchyroll with an English dub:

  • 5 Centimeters per Second
  • 8 Man After
  • 91 Days
  • A Lull in the Sea (Nagi-Asu: Nagi no Asukara)
  • Aachi & Ssipak
  • Accel World
  • Ace Attorney (S01)
  • Ah My Buddha
  • Alderamin on the Sky
  • Anisava
  • Anohana the Flower We Saw That Day
  • Ascendance of a bookworm
  • Berserk (S01-02)
  • Beyblade Metal Fusion (Premium Members)
  • Black Jack Movie
  • Blue Exorcist
  • Blue Submarine No. 6
  • Brave Witches
  • Bungo Stray Dogs (1 & 2)
  • Captain Harlock: Arcadia of my Youth
  • Card Captor Sakura
  • Card Captor Sakura Movie
  • Ceres, Celestial Legend
  • CHAOS;CHILD
  • City Hunter: Million Dollar Conspiracy
  • City Hunter: Bay City Wars
  • City Hunter: The Secret Service
  • City Hunter: .357 Magnum
  • City Hunter: Shinjuku Private Eyes
  • Dai-Guard
  • DearS
  • Death Note
  • Deltora Quest
  • Dies irae
  • Dna2
  • Dragon Half
  • Durarara
  • Elemental Gelade
  • Fate/Zero
  • Fist of the North Star: The Movie
  • Flame of Recca
  • Free! – Iwatobi Swim Club
  • Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
  • Fullmetal Alchemist: The Conqueror of Shamballa
  • Fushigi Yugi
  • Fushigi Yugi OVA
  • Fushigi Yugi Eikoden
  • Free!
  • Future card buddyfight! (Hundred)
  • Galaxy High School
  • Gasaraki
  • Ghost Stories
  • /Gintama Season 3 (Eps.266-316)
  • The God Of High School
  • Golden Boy
  • Granblue fantasy the animation
  • GTO
  • Hand Shakers
  • Hikaru no Go
  • Holy Knight (OVA 1 & 2)
  • Honey and Clover (1 & 2)
  • Hundred
  • If It’s for My Daughter, I’d Even Defeat a Demon Lord
  • In/Spectre
  • Inuyasha (1-54)
  • Inuyasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time
  • Inuyasha the Movie 2: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass
  • Inuyasha the Movie 3: Swords of an Honorable Ruler
  • Inuyasha the Movie 4: : Fire On the Mystic Island
  • ISLAND
  • Izetta the Last Witch
  • Jin Roh
  • JOKER GAME
  • Jungle Emperor Leo
  • K
  • K Missing Kings
  • KADO: The Right Answer
  • Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress (series only)
  • KanColle
  • Katana Maidens ~ Toji No Miko
  • Kill la Lill
  • kite
  • kiznaiver
  • KONOSUBA
  • Kyo Kara Maoh (1 & 2)
  • Ladies Versus Butlers
  • Lady Death the Movie
  • Lily C.A.T.
  • Lost Universe
  • Love Tyrant
  • Lupin the Third Part 2
  • Magic Users Club
  • Magic Users Club OVA
  • Magical Girl Raising Project
  • March Comes on Like a Lion Season 1
  • Masamune-kun’s Revenge
  • Miss Monochrome – The Animation (first season)
  • Mizu no kotoba
  • Mobile Suit GUNDAM Iron Blooded Orphans
  • Mob Psycho 100 (S01-S02, REIGEN OVA)
  • My Next Life As A Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!
  • Myriad Colors Phantom World
  • NANBAKA
  • Naruto Movie: The Last
  • Naruto Movie: Road to Ninja
  • New Game
  • Ninja Nonsense
  • Occult Nine
  • Orange
  • Phoenix
  • Photon the Idiot Adventures
  • Pilot Candidate
  • Please Teacher
  • Please Twins
  • Princess Nine
  • Princess knight
  • Puella Magi Madoka Magic
  • Recovery of an MMO Junkie (+ OVA)
  • ReLIFE (+ OVA)
  • Re:ZERO Starting Life in Another World
  • Rent-A-Girlfriend
  • Ringing Bell
  • Robot Carnival
  • Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers
  • Rurouni Kenshin
  • RWBY
  • Saga of Tanya the Evil
  • Sailor Moon R: The Movie
  • Samurai Pizza Cats
  • Science Fell In Love So I Tried To Prove It
  • Sherlock Hound
  • Shingu secret of the stellar wars
  • Slam Dunk (Only 1-14 of 101 episodes)
  • Somali and the Forest Spirit
  • Soul Hunter
  • SPACE PATROL LULUCO
  • Space Pirate Mito
  • Street Fighter II The Animated Series
  • Street Fighter II The Animated Movie
  • Super Gals
  • Swan Lake
  • Sword Art Online 1 & 2
  • Taboo Tattoo
  • Tenjho Tenge
  • The Ancient Magus’ Bride (main series only)
  • The Legend of Black Heaven
  • The Morose Mononokean
  • The Rising of the Shield Hero
  • The Testament of Sister New Devil
  • The Twelve Kingdoms
  • Thermae Romae (eps 1-5)
  • Toradora
  • Toward the Terra Movie
  • Traveling Daru
  • Twin Star Exorcists
  • Ultra Maniac
  • Unico – Fantastic Adventures
  • Unico in the island of magic
  • URAHARA
  • Valerian and Laureline
  • Welcome To Demon School Iruma-kun
  • World Trigger
  • Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches
  • Your Lie in April
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! 5ds
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! GX
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal
  • YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of This World

Are Crunchyroll Dubs Available For Free Accounts? 

Although Crunchyroll offers a premium account for those who want to skip the ads (just like Hulu), you can still watch all of your favorite shows for free! 

This means you’ll be able to watch any dubbed-over anime show on Crunchyroll for free

Is Haikyuu Dubbed On Crunchyroll?

Yes, all episodes of Haikyuu are currently available dubbed on Crunchyroll. Haikyuu is available on Crunchyroll in English with Japanese subtitles, and also in Spanish with English subtitles.

The dub cast features some big names like Austin Tindle (Hinata), Brian Beacock (Kageyama), and Erica Mendez (Female Ryuko).

Are All Crunchyroll Shows Dubbed? 

Yes, all of the anime series listed on Crunchyroll can be watched in at least a couple of different dubbed-over languages. Depending on where you live, Crunchyroll may offer different dub options.

How Is The Quality Of Dubs? 

Overall, I’ve found that the quality of the dubs is pretty decent. If you’re watching Crunchyroll with a slow internet connection, then you may find that the dubs don’t always match up correctly. However, as long as you have moderately fast internet, then this shouldn’t be an issue. 

How Many Languages Is Crunchyroll Dubbed In?

Most shows on Crunchyroll are dubbed over in at least three different languages. The most common dubbed languages are:

  • German. 
  • Portugues. 
  • French.
  • Spanish.
  • English. 
  • Russian. 

Final Tips

If you follow the steps that I outlined above, then you’ll be able to watch your favorite anime’s in most of the world’s most popular languages. In addition to dubbing over the show, you can also change the subtitles on-screen by clicking the settings button!