Get ready to witness the English dubbed anime series and shows on your Google TV. Funimation is the best online video streaming service that has a huge collection of English dubbed and hundreds of subtitled Japanese shows. The Funimation library will get added with the new episodes within two weeks of its broadcasts. The few remarkable series streams on Funimation are Appleseed XIII, Dragon Ball Z, Akudama Drive, Death Parade, Attack on Titan, and much more. Besides this, you can even enjoy watching classic anime, feature movies, extras, and top trending shows in full HD quality. Funimation is available on Google TV from the Play Store, so you can get it installed on your streaming device.
Funimation Subscription Plans
In Funimation, you get three subscription plans:
- Premium – $5.99/month
- Premium Plus – $7.99/month
- Plus Ultra Premium – $99/year
How to Add Funimation on Google TV
 Set up your Google TV device with your TV. Make sure to connect it to the WiFi network.
 Press the home button and navigate to the Apps section.
 Click Search for apps on the screen.
 On the search field, type Funimation and select the Funimation app from the search result.
 Click on the Install button.
 Once installed, click Open to launch the Funimation app.
 Next, provide your Funimation account details and click the Sign-in option.
 After signing in, you can enjoy streaming your favorite anime shows on your TV.
How to Cast Funimation on Google TV
 Connect your Chromecast with Google TV and your Android or iOS smartphone to the same WiFi network.
 Install the Funimation app on your Android device from the Play Store or iOS device from the App Store.
 Launch the Funimation app and log in to the account.
 Now, tap the Cast icon.
 Select your Google TV from the list of available devices.
 Play any of the anime videos on your smartphone. It will appear on your Google TV screen.
Related: How to Chromecast Funimation to TV.
1. Is Funimation on Google TV?
Yes, you can install the Funimation app from the Play Store.
2. Is Funimation better than Crunchyroll?
When you compare the number of video titles, Crunchyroll tops the list with more than 1200 anime shows than Funimation.