- Where To Watch SK8 The Infinity: Available on Funimation (14-day free trial)
- Number of Episodes: 12
- Subbed/Dubbed: Both are available
What is SK8 The Infinity
SK8 the Infinity is a popular shounen sports comedy anime series by director Hiroko Utsumi. The show is a spin-off from the manga titled Sk8 Chill Out! by Toriyasu. The series takes place in Okinawa where a group of hardcore skaters holds a secret, dangerous skate competition at night known as “S.” Competitors race each other on their boards down a winding road carved out of an abandoned mine. The show focuses on Reki, a high school sophomore, and hardcore skater, who takes a new transfer student, Langa to S one night, which brings him into this skateboarding underworld.
The first episode aired on January 10, 2021, in Japan. Season 1 ran for 12 episodes with the last episode airing on April 4, 2021. There is currently no news on Season 2.
Where To Watch SK8 The Infinity
SK8 The Infinity is currently only available on the Funimation streaming service. You can watch all 12 episodes of the first season free in Japanese with English subtitles. Funimation has a great English dub of SK8 The Infinity, but you need to sign up for a premium account. There is a 14-day free trial which is plenty of time to watch the entire series. If you cancel within your trial, you won’t be billed. After the free trial, the service starts at $5.99 per month but you can cancel at any time. You can watch on the web, on mobile, or on your streaming device. The Funimation App is supported on the following devices:
Streaming Devices: Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast
Mobile: Android, iOS, and Amazon Kindle.
Smart TV: Roku TVs, Amazon Fire TV’s Samsung smart TV, LG smart TV.
Gaming consoles: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.
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