I think that anime season is a good website for looking at anime, but I find, more than I would like to, that when I find a new anime that I would like to watch, sometimes it isn't available in that website
If you're an avid watcher of anime, particularly one who watches anime online, then animeseason.com is definitely a place to scope out.
I accidentally ran across this site a year or two ago when I was attempting watch anime online without charge. This is quite a gem.
It has a selection of mostly newer series -- mostly the late nineties and beyond. Any titles from the mid to late nineties will usually be really popular ones cemented on the site. Some anime films are also included, either stand-alone or ones rooted from an anime series. Practically all of the anime is in japanese dub with English subtitles.
Surfing the site is quite easy as you can navigate or search by keyword or category. Main sections of interest for the site will be recent, on-going anime or full complete series listings. Each anime will have a synopsis and even be rated by users. These ratings will generally be high, however, as most of the anime on the site is good. Not all of it is great, however -- it does have its mediocre shows.
Shows are hosted on multiple mediums, for which you can select most of the time. It depends on where and where the anime is hosted. Optimally you can choose between Mega Video, Flash Player, or Veoh Player. So, animeseason.com pulls from multiple sources if those sources are available and watchable. I find that Flash Player is the best. Veoh Player will usually have lower quality and even have some jitteryness to it sometimes. Mega Video's quality can be good, but it will cap your viewing limit to roughly seventy minutes or so, prohibiting you to watch for free until a certain amount of time has passed. Additionally, Mega Video loads slowly. Occasionally you will run into anime linked to Youtube, so it will be in parts. Those are the most annoying, but they are very rare on the site.
Sites like these are generally flooded with ads and give you that sense that you're swimming in a lake of malware. Animeseason.com doesn't give me that feeling at all. It's easy to navigate and I generally don't encounter ads that want to come slap me in the face.
instantz.net may have a wider selection, but animeseason.com is easier to navigate with generally better quality videos and a selection of players to choose from. If I can find something on animeseason.com first, I definitely go there over other mediums. I find it to be a great place to discover popular new releases, too.
I have long been a fan of anime and one of the struggles I've had is finding a site that posts new episodes of my shows the day they are released with subtitles (since I don't speak japanese, chinese or any other of the anime languages). This site usually has every anime I can think of as well as having most of them hosted in multiple formats. Good choice for anime fans who want to watch current episodes of their favorite shows.
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