One Piece: Here's Where You Can Stream Or Buy Every Season

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Sometimes, even in this world of seemingly boundless options for things to watch, it's hard to know where to go to settle in for a good binge. For some shows with only one or two seasons under their belt, that may not seem so intimidating. But with a show like "One Piece," that can be a different story. 

The long-running anime series has been airing since 1999 and has over 990 episodes, with new ones still being released. That's a huge accomplishment for any show. If "One Piece" were a person, it could legally vote and drink (but probably couldn't rent a car). Still, "One Piece" is a senior citizen amongst most television shows. Its peers are more in line with other extremely long-running programs like "Doctor Who" and "Law and Order," and "One Piece" has more episodes than either of them. 

"One Piece" follows the character of Monkey D. Luffy on his journey to gather a crew and become the Pirate King. Always wearing his trademark straw hat and imbued with the power to stretch his limbs like rubber (like a pirate version of Mr. Fantastic), Luffy seeks the freedom of the open seas and the treasures that come along with it. "One Piece" is next up in Netflix's plan to adapt animes into live-action series, which sounds like an ambitious undertaking for a project with decades of content to convert. But, if the idea of a live-action "One Piece" has you interested in learning about its source material first, below is our treasure map to locate every episode of "One Piece" for your next binge adventure. 

One Piece Streaming Options

As with most anime, your best bet will be to sign up for a dedicated streaming site. Funimation and Crunchyroll both have every episode of "One Piece" available for streaming in Japanese with English subtitles, with the new episodes available soon after they air. For those who don't like subtitles or need more audio options, the show has been dubbed through season 11 by Funimation. Both platforms offer ad-free subscription options with other bonuses that come along with membership. If you're settling in for a binge of "One Piece" or any other long-running anime, either would be a good option to avoid distracting interruptions to the various arcs. 

Other streaming platforms offer select seasons of "One Piece" if you're curious about the show but not quite ready to dive into the deep end of a dedicated anime service. Netflix has the first 130 episodes, and Hulu offers the complete first eleven seasons.  

DVD and Blu-Ray Options

Collecting all of the show on DVD or Blu-Ray may be tricky. "One Piece" is available for purchase in both formats in the form of "collections," a common way for anime to be bundled and sold. For a long-running show like "One Piece," collections allow animes to be divided by story arcs as opposed to just seasons or series, like a western show usually is. But, and we cannot stress this enough, "One Piece" has almost 1000 episodes. That's a lot of show on a lot of discs. Breaking down "One Piece" into smaller batches means the anime has been adapted into 28 collections over the years, and as the show has no signs of stopping in the future, that number will only grow. 

At around $30 apiece, that could be a hefty chunk of change to fork over for a casual viewer. Acquiring every episode of "One Piece" on DVD or Blu-Ray would be over $800, which is why we recommend a streaming service for those not ready for that kind of financial commitment. If you're a collector, or you prefer physical media in general, the latest episodes of "One Piece" will be released together as Collection 28 in December. It's available for pre-order now on Amazon.

For fans who are already familiar with the anime, are you excited about the Netflix adaptation of "One Piece"? The streamer seems to be taking on more of these beloved anime staples, with Cowboy Bebop's live-action version premiering on November 19, 2021. Netflix previously adapted the popular "Death Note" anime into a live-action film starring Nat Wolff and Willem Dafoe in 2017 and was interested in developing a sequel to the film in 2018. If this is a direction they've chosen to explore, there's no telling what anime may be adapted next, but the fan speculation has already begun.