TMS Entertainment, a Japanese animation company, has announced that they have launched two channels that will stream anime in the United States. The launch actually happened back in October; however, the channel was quietly launched. The channels can be watched for free (with ads being supported) if you own an Apple TV, Fire TV, or Roku device. The two channels that are available are TMS Anime and TMS Kids. 

As of right there, there isn’t a lot of content on the channels; however, all content on the Anime channel is completed and can be streamed from start to finish. Titles on TMS Anime include:

  • Actually, I Am…
  • Bananya
  • Brave10
  • God Mars
  • ItaKiss
  • The Pilot’s Love Song
  • Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas
  • Z/X Ignition

Content on TMS Kids is as follows:

  • Bananya
  • Galaxy High School
  • Monster Rancher
  • Sherlock Hound
  • Sonic X

Monster Rancher and Sonic X are not complete on that channel. Currently, Monster Ranger only has up to episode 48 available (out of 73 total episodes) while Sonic X is only 1 episode away from completion with 77 out of 78 episodes. TMS announced that more titles will be added in the future with one of those titles confirmed to be Lupin III

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Josh (or J.J. as some have come to call him), is a long-time geek culture enthusiast with a deep passion for anime, manga and Japanese culture. Josh also has a Bachelor of Arts in Game Design and is a creative writer who has created original content for over 20 years! He is also the author of the original English light novel Final Hope.