TOKU Streaming Service Polls Viewers About Kamen Rider

posted on by Karen Ressler

The official Twitter account for the TOKU television channel and streaming service posted an inquiry on Friday asking viewers, "If Kamen Rider were available, which series would you want to see first?" The account also posted a poll asking if anyone is waiting for Kamen Rider to be available before subscribing to its streaming service, and another asking where its responders are located.

Toei's long-running Kamen Rider franchise began in 1971. In recent years, the tokusatsu (special effects) franchise has debuted a new series yearly.

TOKU is a television channel under Olympusat, Inc. It also launched beta on its subscription streaming platform in May. The service, available in the United States and Canada, offers anime and tokusatsu titles, among other Asian films and series.

The streaming service's tokusatsu offerings currently include various installments from the Ultra series, Mirrorman, and Gridman, all from Tsuburaya Productions. The service most recently added the Ultraman titles that expired from the Crunchyroll streaming service last month.

Source: TOKU's Twitter account, (link 2)

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