The beloved anime series Sailor Moon is becoming more accessible than ever. Beginning this week, the show is coming to YouTube for the first time — for free.

The anime distributor Crunchyroll, shared the announcement from animation studio Toei yesterday that the classic series would be available to stream on YouTube on the Sailor Moon's official YouTube channel from 24 April onwards. The digital release serves as a lead up to the upcoming Sailor Moon Eternal anime film.

While this is exciting news for quarantined anime fans, Toei doesn’t want you to binge the whole series. Instead, the episodes are set to drop in weekly batches of 10, beginning this Friday, April 24, through to July 17.

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