With exclusive licensing becoming a genuine problem for anime watchers as services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Now, Disney Hotstar Plus and so on, finding a perfect pick to watch all your favorite anime is a tough call to make.
Hulu is one such streaming service that allows you to watch a myriad of shows including anime.
If you have a Hulu subscription, here’s a list of the Top 15 anime that you can watch on Hulu.
Lets begin the list without wasting any time here are 15 best anime series to watch on Hulu.
- 15. Naruto Shippuden (2007)
- 14. Fairy Tail (2009)
- 13. Tokyo Ghoul (2014)
- 12. Haikyuu!!(2014)
- 11. Black Clover (2017)
- 10. Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) (2019)
- 9. Bleach (2006)
- 8. Ao no Exorcist (The Blue Exorcist) (2011)
- 7. The Promised Neverland (2019)
- 6. One Punch Man (2015)
- 5. Fire Force (2019)
- 4. Hunter X Hunter (2011)
- 3. Boku no Hero Academia (2016)
- 2. Attack on Titan (2013)
- 1. One Piece (1999)
15. Naruto Shippuden (2007)
Complex character developments, a well-set power system, badass villains, endearing storylines, moments that will break your heart, and some that will make it flutter in excitement.
Naruto boasts as one of the most successful animes that have aired second only to the likes of Dragon Ball and One Piece, and why would it not?
A story of a little ostracized boy to the village hero will take you on an emotional rollercoaster ride, is not to be underestimated!
14. Fairy Tail (2009)
Fairy Tail is actually a beautiful story about the power that true friendship can give someone.
An anime that has hilariously exaggerated characters, a bunch of reckless outcasts thrown together just trying to get by who unintentionally wreak havoc among the peaceful citizens.
13. Tokyo Ghoul (2014)
It’s a beautifully woven tale about the coexistence of two species together.
A tragic anti-villain, impressive combat prowess, an animation that packs an impressive punch aided by the beautiful soundtrack!
This is truly a masterpiece that sheds light on the actual conflict and nature of both humans and ghouls.
This show arouses questions about the right way of living through a war between the two species who claim to be the dominant race.
A fan of a bunch of 2D characters spiking, tossing and receiving the ball? Then, Haikyuu!! Is a match made in heaven for you.
This sports anime is definitely a must-watch! These relatable, fun characters with their goofy quirks are to die for!
Their personalities, a constant balancing act between academics and volleyball, their determination to be the best again, their will to contribute some way or another to the team, heading towards their goals of walking, crawling, tumbling, falling yet still moving definitely has an appeal of its own!
Add in beautiful visuals and capturing animation, that’s the recipe for perfect sports anime!
11. Black Clover (2017)
A world ruled by magic, in which, there’s only one young lad without magic who thus obtains the power of nullifying magic all-together.
Black Clover has very successfully and reasonably made the protagonist’s biggest and most evident weakness into an advantage that makes him stand above the others.
A captain who taken in all sorts of outcasts was the perfect squad for our hero to fit in. A quirky crew tired together by the threads of fate that would sacrifice everything for one another as it is the only family they have and the only place to call home.
Black Clover has a very wide range of aspects that work in its favor including the storylines, heart-warming friendships, and competitive rivalries, an accurate power system, and showcases of the shadows of injustice and tyranny against those who don’t have magic.
10. Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) (2019)
With the release of the Demon Slayer Movie: Infinite Train, Demon Slayer has become an irresistible watch.
This anime has an impressive collection of different characters that just blend so well with each other, they will have you rooting for them just in an episode or two.
A goal to achieve, characters that can be cute and badass when they need to, a sad backstory, and throw in a charismatic antagonist for the spice.
But what the said anime is most famous for, is its animation. Demon Slayer definitely has noteworthy animation which only takes it one step higher!
9. Bleach (2006)
One of the big three, Bleach needs no introduction. The concept that Bleach uses for a premise in itself is very unique.
The rest of the anime that builds upon it and the power system is very solid foundations for an assured entertaining experience.
Bleach is able to retain its audience’s attention which in itself is an achievement!
Captivating moments and thrilling combat make this action-packed anime make it a must-watch on your list and thankfully, Hulu’s got your back!
8. Ao no Exorcist (The Blue Exorcist) (2011)
Usually Exorcists and demonic spirits are natural enemies, but what happens when Satan’s son decides he wants to be an exorcist?
The Blue Exorcist is a great anime that focuses on the two aspects of everything in life and how nothing can be inherently classified as good or bad.
This anime takes you on an exciting journey where you’ll find yourself rooting for the characters, loving the arcs, developing slowly and steadily through their hardships and mentors to guide them.
It depicts a fascinating sibling bond that can overcome anything that is thrown it’s way. Add an alluring trickster and this anime is something you can’t say no to.
7. The Promised Neverland (2019)
Lovable characters who will capture your heart as they go about their journey into the outside world.
They find life outside the Farm is filled with dangers, but under the leadership of Emma and Ray, they become determined to return and free their remaining siblings.
This innocence with events that will put you off-kilter, shocks and twists and turns, and within no time you will be tangled in this unsettling tale. The Promised Neverland is not the one to be missed.
6. One Punch Man (2015)
The best parodies often come from a place of love and manage to simultaneously make fun of a genre, whilst being part of it.
One-Punch Man is a sneer in the face of anyone who is sick and tired of watching conventional superhero tropes that usually show on the big screens.
One-Punch Man will keep you on the edge of your seat, especially in the few last episodes, and by the end of it will have you craving another season. It’s a great entertainer and a must-watch on your list.
5. Fire Force (2019)
A protagonist called “Demon’s Footprints” who is pyrokinetic and can shoot himself like a missile? Sign me up! Fire Force has a nail-biting story, full of epic quests and the plucky young protagonists will take you with him on his grand adventures.
Add a few hilarious quirks of the characters that they require to use their powers, fun rivalries, parental mentors, and a few absolutely tear-jerking moments, this series will blast in your face.
It picks up quickly, has a well-stacked story that gives a well-deserved payback which definitely makes you want to watch more of it.
4. Hunter X Hunter (2011)
Hunter X Hunter is one of those animes that has a purpose of showing humanity a mirror.
People’s morality, family dynamics, the neutrality of certain characters, their adventures, optimism threw in the face of absolutely contrasting grim backgrounds, well-rounded character development, a nerve-wracking journey riddled with fierce battles and creative abilities that perfectly match the character that yield.
Hunter X Hunter, with the 2011 animation, promises to be nothing less than a captivating journey that will make you think about yourself and everyone else in a new light. This severely underrated masterpiece is a must-watch for everyone.
3. Boku no Hero Academia (2016)
What would you like to take as a career prospect? In this world, you choose to be a professional superhero!
My Hero Academia combines comedic timing perfectly with its impressive action scenes will leave you breathless with the intensity of the scenes.
Clashing personalities of the characters, a premise that opens the realm of infinite possibilities, relatable rivalries all of this combined with the animation and soundtrack give My Hero Academia a huge boost in its entertainment value.
2. Attack on Titan (2013)
Attack on Titan without a surprise has become a staple for anime watchers these day which is not without good reason.
This show combines everything you want: your action, drama, psychological horror, and a little gore, a mystery, and so much more in one constantly happening at any point in the series.
Attack on Titan makes sure to keep its audience on the edge of their seats, biting their nails in every episode. The animation and the soundtrack only further the glory of the stellar masterpiece.
1. One Piece (1999)
What needs to be said about a show that has had a 23 year long run? One Piece is classic shounen with a goofy protagonist who loves freedom and adventure and manages to gather a bunch of nakama for himself.
This 950+ episode anime is a must-watch. One Piece has accomplished so much with its relatively simple plot that takes you on an adventure for a lifetime.
Fleshed out characters who can be realistic and overly flamboyant as required, goals, determinations, friendships made along the way, the dark side of humanity, a solid power system, the comedy that will make you roll off the floor, moments to completely break your heart, eye-catching combat, flawless world-building and so much more!
A big investment of time and a giant commitment, but One Piece makes it all worth it in the end.