The Best Doctor TV Shows on Funimation
Finding a good Doctor TV show to watch can be hard, so we've ranked the best ones and included where to watch them. Check out our list of the best Doctor TV shows of all time streaming on Funimation.
1. Serial Experiments Lain
What it's about: Lain is an avant-garde anime influenced by philosophical subjects such as reality, identity, and communication. The series focuses on Lain Iwakura, an adolescent girl living in suburban Japan, and her introduction to the Wired, a global communications network similar to the Internet.
Where to Watch: 13 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a subscription service (Funimation). 13 episodes (100%) are available to rent or buy from $1.99 on 1 service (iTunes).
2. Cells at Work!
What it's about: This is a story about you. A tale about the inside of your body... According to a new study, the human body consists of approximately 37 trillion cells. These cells are hard at work every day within a world that is your body. From the oxygen-carrying red blood cells to the bacteria-fighting white blood cells, get to know the unsung heroes and the drama that unfolds inside of you! It's the oddly relatable and interesting story that is the life of cells!
Where to Watch: 14 episodes (100%) are available to watch free online (Crunchyroll). 14 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a popular subscription service (Netflix, Crunchyroll & Funimation).
3. Guilty Crown
What it's about: The story revolves around Shu Ouma, a high school boy who inadvertently obtains an ability called "The Power of the Kings" that enables him to draw out items called "Voids" from other people. He is then thrown into the conflict between a resistance group called Funeral Parlor which aims to restore Japan's independence from a quasi-governmental organization known as the GHQ. In the process, Shu has to deal with the burden his ability puts on his shoulders and the horrific mystery of his past.
Where to Watch: 23 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a popular subscription service (Hulu & Funimation). 22 episodes (96%) are available to rent or buy from $1.99 on 5 services (iTunes, Google Play & 3 others).
4. Boogiepop Phantom
What it's about: Five years ago, a string of grisly murders shook the city to its core and now the rumors have begun once more. Boogiepop... Everyone knows about Boogiepop: meet her one dark night and you are taken. People tell each other the stories and laugh: no one believes that she can possibly exist in this day and age. Still, strange things appear to be going on and the darkness is taking on many forms. Something is out there.
Where to Watch: 12 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a subscription service (Funimation).
5. Boogiepop and Others
What it's about: There is an urban legend that tells of a shinigami that can release people from the pain they are suffering. This "Angel of Death" has a name—Boogiepop. And the legends are true. Boogiepop is real. When a rash of disappearances involving female students breaks out at Shinyo Academy, the police and faculty assume they just have a bunch of runaways on their hands. Yet some students know better. Something mysterious and foul is afoot. Is it Boogiepop or something even more sinister...?
Where to Watch: 18 episodes (100%) are available to watch free online (Crunchyroll). 18 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a subscription service (Crunchyroll & Funimation).
What it's about: Every day an epic struggle rages in grocery stores across Japan—the battle for half-priced bento boxes! Once the discount stickers go on, ravenous brawlers start throwing punches in a knockdown, drag-out war over who gets to take home the cheap eats. When a young, broke high school student named Sato joins the Half-Priced Food Lovers Club, he proves to be a rising talent in the world of insane food fights. But does he have what it takes to become the king of clearance cuisine? From the director of Black Cat comes a very different type of hunger games. Welcome to the world of Ben-To, where chopsticks are lethal weapons, the supermarket is a battleground, and there’s nothing more delicious than a deep-fried win
Where to Watch: 12 episodes (100%) are available to stream on a subscription service (Funimation). 12 episodes (100%) are available to rent or buy from $1.99 on 2 services (iTunes & Vudu).
7. Looking Up at the Half-Moon
What it's about: Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora, subtitled looking up at the half-moon and also known as Hantsuki, is a Japanese romance light novel series written by Tsumugu Hashimoto and illustrated by Keiji Yamamoto centering around two hospitalized children aged seventeen and the love they begin to share. The series was originally serialized in MediaWorks' now-defunct light novel magazine Dengeki hp and spanned eight volumes released between October 2003 and August 2006. An anime was adapted from the novels and aired in Japan on the WOWOW television network between January 12 and February 23, 2006 with a total of six episodes. A manga series by B.Tarō was serialized in MediaWorks' shōnen manga magazine Dengeki Comic Gao! between August 2005 and November 2006; two volumes were released. A set of five drama CDs were produced between October 2006 and August 2007 by Wayuta. A live action drama of the series was aired on TV Tokyo between October and December 2006, and a live action film premiered in Japanese theaters in April 2010.
Where to Watch: 6 episodes (86%) are available to watch free online (Crunchyroll). 6 episodes (86%) are available to stream on a subscription service (Funimation).