If you want to watch More Than a Married Couple, But Not Lovers online, we can help.
After doing some digging, we found several places to stream this seinen romantic comedy anime series. Keep reading to find which one best matches your price and language preferences.
We can also show you how to use a VPN to watch more anime.
More Than a Married Couple, But Not Lovers Basics
A high school introvert and a gyaru are paired together for a “marriage practical” (a school-mandated married couples training program) in this series.
Initially, both sides of this randomly-selected pair agree that they are mismatched. They plan to pretend long enough to qualify to switch partners.
However, as time passes, the coupling starts to feel less like a mistake. Confusion reigns as the two try to figure out if they actually like each other.
Naturally, given the seinen rating and romcom subject matter, More Than a Married Couple, But Not Lovers does contain fanservice.
More Than a Married Couple, But Not Lovers Release Dates
Yuki Kanamaru created the seinen manga series. Since 2018, it has been published in Kadokawa’s Young Ace magazine. So far, there have been 10 volumes.
The anime series ran from October to December 2022.
As of May 2023, the creators have not announced Season 2 of More Than a Married Couple, But Not Lovers.
List of Places to Watch More Than a Married Couple, But Not Lovers Online
- Ani-One Asia (YouTube)
- Amazon Prime Video (U.S.)
Note: All of the places mentioned are legal, licensed websites. You will find no pirate sites here.
Where to Watch More Than a Married Couple, But Not Lovers Online
If you have a Netflix subscription, you can watch the series on either Netflix Hong Kong or Netflix Singapore. (According to reports, Netflix India also has the series, but I was unable to confirm this.)
If you aren’t in Hong Kong or Singapore, you will need a good VPN, such as NordVPN, to watch More Than a Married Couple, But Not Lovers online at Netflix. Here’s how:
How to Watch More Than a Married Couple, But Not Lovers on Netflix Anywhere in the World
This method works on both desktop PCs and mobile phones or tablets.
- Purchase (or start a free trial) of a VPN. I can confirm that NordVPN works for this purpose.
- In the settings, choose Hong Kong as your location.
- Fire up the VPN and wait for it to do its magic
- Once you’re connected, navigate to Netflix (browser or app)
- Search “More Than a Married Couple, But Not Lovers” in the Netflix search bar and you should see the series pop up.
Enjoy! Please note that if your Netflix library doesn’t update to reflect the country you selected in your VPN, you may have to clear the Netflix cache first and try again.
To do this on mobile, go to settings -> apps -> Netflix -> clear cache. To do this on PC, you have to clear the cache in your web browser.
I’ve had no trouble using this method and I still use NordVPN to watch anime from various Netflix country libraries daily.
- A lot of good anime and non-anime content
- Geo-locked (unless you have a VPN)
Price: Basic with ads, $6.99/ month. Basic: $9.99/ month. Standard: $15.49/ month. Premium: $19.99.
Language options: Japanese, with subtitles in English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Indonesian, Malay, Thai, and Vietnamese.
In Singapore and other parts of Southeast Asia, you can watch the series for free on Ani-One Asia’s YouTube channel.
No, this is not a pirate offering. Ani-One Asia is part of Medialink, a Hong Kong-based legal anime distributor.
As with other anime distributed in Southeast Asia, I prefer Crunchyroll’s translation. But that could be just me.
- A decent selection of anime
- Good Asian language options
- Translation feels slightly off
- YouTube player can be clunky
Language options: Japanese, with subtitles in English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Filipino, Indonesian, Malay, Thai, and Vietnamese.
Crunchyroll has the series in most areas outside of Asia. While Netflix and Ani-One had a lot of Asian languages, Crunchyroll is a good choice for European language speakers.
If you are a Crunchyroll subscriber, but you can’t watch the series, you may need a VPN. Check out this helpful article for tips on fixing some Crunchyroll issues.
- A lot of current and classic anime shows
- A lot of European language options
- Service may be geo-locked in some areas
Price: Free, limited viewing allowed for some shows. $7.99 for “fan” level; $9.99 for “mega fan”; and $14.99 for “ultimate fan.”
Language options: Audio in Japanese, English, German, Latin American Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese. Subtitles in English, German, Latin American Spanish, French, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, and Arabic.
Amazon Prime Video in the U.S. has a “Simuldub,” and the Original Japanese Version of the series.
If you prefer dubbed, try the Simuldub version, available here.
Note that you are buying individual episodes, or a full season. You do not need an Amazon Prime subscription.
- A decent selection of anime and non-anime content
- Buying episodes can be more expensive
Price: $1.99 for SD episodes. $2.99 for HD episodes. $18.99 for SD, full season. $23.99 for HD, full season (Simuldub only). $28.99 for HD, full season (Original Japanese Version).
Language options: Japanese with English subtitles, or English dubbed
MeWatch in Singapore also has the series. The first episode is free with no subscription or account needed.
However, if you try to watch the rest, MeWatch says the episodes are “Rated Content.” You will need to sign-up for a free account (and give your age) to watch.
MeWatch is a Singapore government-owned video service. It’s part of Singapore’s Mediacorp media conglomerate.
- A good selection of anime
- Need to sign up to watch most episodes
Price: Can watch some content without an account. Free, limited account available. MeWatch Prime, Singapore $9.90/ month, other premium channels available
Language options: Japanese with subtitles in English and Chinese
As you can see, your options are varied. But if you have a VPN (and a strong internet connection), you should be able to watch the series anywhere on Earth.