Is ‘One Piece’ on Netflix?

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“I’m the man who’ll become the Pirate King!” Luffy and his crew of the Strawhat pirates have been sailing the ocean for many years now. With so many grand adventures and stories, is any of One Piece on Netflix? Let’s find out!

One Piece is the Japanese anime based on the manga of the same name. Written by Eiichiro Oda, his popular manga has become the greatest selling manga in history. As of May 2018, 440 million copies have been sold worldwide. Even after over 900 chapters the story still has some ways to go before completion. At the time of writing this, the anime is up to 862 episodes!

The Plot

The story of One Piece follows the young pirate Monkey D. Luffy and his quest to become the Pirate King. After eating a devil fruit as a child Luffy was given the powers of a rubber man. Setting sail in his modest boat, Luffy recruits the best and weirdest of individuals to join him on his quest for Gol D. Roger’s treasure.

Is One Piece Streaming on Netflix US?

Unfortunately, Netflix isn’t streaming One Piece in the US. To stream the show you’ll need access to a FUNimation or Crunchyroll subscription. FUNimation provides the English dub and Crunchyroll is English sub.

You can also watch One Piece on Hulu. Unlike the other streaming services, Hulu doesn’t have the latest episodes.

What about other regions?

Fans in the UK will be disappointed to learn that no streaming services has One Piece. Before streaming content was available, the English dub of One Piece would air on Toonami.

In Canada, you’ll need a subscription to FUNimation. In Australia, a subscription to AnimeLab will allow you to watch the show.

The only region streaming One Piece on Netflix is Japan.

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Jacob joined What's on Netflix in 2018 as a fulltime writer having worked in numerous other industries until that point. Jacob covers all things Netflix whether that's TV or movies but specializes in covering new anime and K-dramas. Resides in Norwich in the United Kingdom.