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5 English-Dubbed Anime to Watch This Fall 2018

It’s finally fall, which means new anime releases, and we aren’t just talking about subs but also English-dubbed anime. Several streaming services have released their dub lineup, and we couldn’t be more excited by their selections (including the decision to dub the best anime of 2017). Here are five English-dubbed anime to watch this fall.

Tada Never Falls in Love

  • Premiere date: September 30
  • Studio: Doga Kobo
  • Genre(s): Comedy, Romance, Slice of Life
  • Where to watch: HiDive

Earlier this fall, Sentai Filmworks announced that the romantic comedy Tada Never Falls in Love‘s English adaptation would air on HiDive. The anime follows Mitsuyoshi Tada, a boy who has never fallen in love. But that’s about to change. While taking pictures of the cherry blossoms in bloom, Tada meets Teresa Wagner, a transfer student from the European country of Larsenburg.

Upon arriving in Japan, Teresa gets separated from her travel companion. So, Tada helps her out and brings her to his grandfather’s coffee shop. However, their story doesn’t end there. They unexpectedly continue to run into each other — and even end up at the same school.

But it’s after Teresa joins Tada’s Photography Club that the two begin spending even more time together, igniting a spark between them. Throughout the series, viewers see how Teresa and Tada navigate the roller coaster ride that is high school and, of course, the ups and downs of young love.

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Tokyo Ghoul:re (Season 2)

  • Premiere date: October 16
  • Studio: Studio Pierrot and Pierrot Plus
  • Genre(s): Action, Drama, Horror, Mystery, Psychological, Seinen, Supernatural
  • Where to watch: Funimation

The dark fantasy drama Tokyo Ghoul:re continues in Season 2. The series left off with a dead Quinx Squad member — whose body is mysteriously missing from the rest of the deceased. But more importantly, in the final episode, a cold-hearted and sadistic personality takes over young Ken Kaneki‘s body.

The subtitled trailer for the upcoming season revealed that several old and new characters will join the fight between the Ghouls and CCG. It also appears that Tokyo Ghoul:re will be the final season, bringing a close to Ken Kaneki’s story. What does this mean exactly? Fans will find out when the series returns this fall. But if the manga’s to be believed, anime fans are in for an action-packed season.

Fairy Tail (Final Season)

  • Premiere date: October 29
  • Studio: A-1 Pictures and Bridge
  • Genre(s):  Action, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, Magic, Shounen
  • Where to watch: Funimation

Another long-running series comes to an end, allegedly. The supposed final season of Fairy Tail will air its English version this fall on Funimation. The anime series follows the exploits of Fairy Tail, a mage guild that has earned quite a reputation for itself.

The final season will focus on Natsu and Lucy‘s search for their former teammates to convince them to rejoin the guild. However, this is easier said than done. The Spriggan 12, a group of god-like mages, will test the guild in unbelievable ways. Their epic clashes, along with the series’ comedic scenes, will undoubtedly entertain fans.

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No one wants to see Fairy Tail come to an end. But if the final chapter is as long as the previous seasons, then the end is definitely far off. Also, let’s not forget that there are plans to adapt Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest into an anime. The story of the infamous guild might never truly come to an end.

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime

  • Premiere date: October 22
  • Studio: 8bit
  • Genre(s): Fantasy, Shounen
  • Where to watch: Funimation

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, by author Fuse and artist Mitz Vah, started out as a light novel on the user-generated publishing site, “Shōsetsuka ni Narō” (Let’s Become Novelists) between 2013 and 2016. It went on to receive a manga adaptation, and the anime will air this fall.

The shōnen anime follows Satoru Mikami, a lonely 37-year-old man stuck in a dead-end job and unhappy with his average life. He’s also never had a girlfriend. And things only get worse when he dies at the hands of a robber and finds himself in a fantasy world — as a slime.

Freed from his former boring life, Satoru starts his life-changing journey in this new realm as a monster with special abilities. But not before setting off a chain of events that will change this new world forever.

Made in Abyss

  • Premiere date: October 23
  • Studio: Kinema Citrus
  • Genre(s): Sci-Fi, Adventure, Mystery, Drama, Fantasy
  • Where to watch: HiDive

HiDive will launch the English adaptation of acclaimed anime series Made in Abyss this fall. Finally, English dub fans will discover why this adventure series is the best anime of 2017.

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The series follows Riko, a young orphan girl who lives near the edge of the Abyss, a colossal, unexplored pit. The Abyss contains many hidden relics and treasures called Artifacts. But it’s dangerous to dive into it. Those who do take the plunge succumb to the “Curse of the Abyss” on their way back up. The curse causes a range of problems from nausea to madness — and even death. But that doesn’t stop Riko.

On her way down into the Abyss, she meets Reg, a robot boy who decides to join Riko on her journey. Accompanied by her new friend, and carrying a note from her mother, Riko decides to go deeper, regardless of the danger that awaits her.

Zuleika Boekhoudt

Zuleika is a fan contributor at Fandom and focuses on Anime. Her anime specialties are horror, gore, and mystery anime. Loves series, movies, and games that have to do with bloodthirsty but equally intelligent psychos.

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