Six seasons of Crunchyroll’s hit anime have been dubbed by The Kitchen into Latin Spanish for the platform.

Six seasons of Crunchyroll’s My Hero Academia have been dubbed by The Kitchen, all into Latin Spanish for Netflix LatAm.

“Our Miami-based, very talented anime team and our ‘fans’ are thrilled with the reception we’ve received on our Latin Spanish version of MHA,” explained Romulo Bernal, The Kitchen’s lead anime director. “Anime fans stick together, and dozens of websites and chats are all applauding the work we’ve done. That’s why we have a very much in-demand anime team, consisting of very experienced actors, all of whom have a deep passion for the genre.”

The Kitchen has also lent its talents to the My Hero Academia: World Heros’ Mission feature film, released in 2021.

World Dubbing News, one of the many Latin American websites that reports on all things “anime”, for the local community, showcased The Kitchen’s leading anime voices for the series in an awesome pictorial piece today.

“It’s no secret that anime fans are extremely committed to this series and avid followers of the work we do,” Romulo Bernal added. “The Kitchen is thrilled to be expanding its global anime reach and we look forward to working on more seasons of the acclaimed series.”

The Kitchen is the industry’s only Emmy Award Winning language translation, dubbing, subtitling and closed captioning studio, with headquarters in the US and operations throughout Europe, LATAM and the Middle East.