Crunchyroll has done this a couple of times thanks to Anime Limited. Through their examples, Love Live! Sunshine and Tokyo Ghoul:re, both had to have their episodic add-on tweets manually removed by Crunchyroll because US folks bitched about it.Just a curious thought. How often do we get shows added tp these services within the UK only? As in a show not licensed by that service in the U.S.? The only one I can really think of is Netflix, can anyone recall any of the more anime focused services ever doing this?
Funimation Now are started adding UK exclusive titles with Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. As they acquired Manga UK, Funimation will be able to add more titles exclusively for the UK via Manga UK like Naruto: Shippuden. Right now it looks like they're focusing on titles that were already or once made available on the service via the US side which makes it easier for adding catalog titles (like Index, Blood-C, Sword Art Online Season 1 etc.).