As of right now, Dragon Ball Super only airs on TV in Japan. Toei Animation has just announced today that the TV series will be airing in Europe very soon.
Toei Animation announced the following on its official website: “Toei Animation Europe has secured a range of broadcast deals on behalf of Dragon Ball Super, the long-awaited follow-up series to the global anime phenomenon. Beginning between the Fall 2016 and Winter 2017, Dragon Ball Super will air in France on TURNER’s new kids network, Toonami; in Italy on Italia 1 and Italia 2; in Spain on Boing; and in English-speaking Africa on Cartoon Network. The series has already launched this September in Israel on Nickelodeon and in Portugal on SIC.”
This is good news for Europeans, although nothing has been announced for fans in North America yet. We still don’t even know officially if Funimation will be dubbing the series in English. It’s likely they will dub the series eventually, but both Funimation and Toei have been awfully quiet on the topic.
The Japanese series will be airing episode 62 this Sunday. There is a lot of episodes to catch up on if you are to watch the series from scratch.