https://www.gameinformer.com/gamer-culture/2018/08/04/the-first-ten-episodes-of-the-mega-man-cartoon-are-available-now-update

Update: While the first two episodes are free for everyone, you have to list a cable provider with access to Cartoon Network in order to watch the remaining eight episodes online.

Mega Man: Fully Charged, the first cartoon for the blue bomber since the debut of the 1994 cartoon series, has finally premiered after delays and leaks for well over a year. More than that, you can watch the first ten episodes streaming right now, provided you live in the U.S. or are otherwise located here.

The Mega Man: Fully Charged website has put up the first ten episodes for streaming, starting with “Throwing Shade Part 1” and ending with “Running Wild,” which has the description of Air Man lending his support to protagonist Aki’s rival for class president in the student elections. You can’t beat Air Man.

The concept of the show puts a young boy in the role of Mega Man, with a Mega Mini living in his head and helping him fight off the robot masters attacking the city. The concept is fairly standard for a children’s cartoon, but who knows, maybe the show itself is surprising?