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Shimoneta confirmed to be the uncensored home video version.
Shomin Sample is basically indefinitely delayed (not cancelled) while some factors are worked out. This another case where the licensor has mandated that the DVDs would have to be PAL encoded so will be Blu-ray only.
Daimidaler is notable by its absence, since the last update had it at 24th April but now the only title out on that date is Shimoneta. According to the Anime Limited store the new release date is 26th June 2017. I have yet to manually check any other listings, I will update accordingly if there are any other changes.
By my count, there are 4 simuldubbed shows from spring 2017 that don't have release dates:
The Silver Guardian (Season 1)
It also looks like there are a couple shows from previous seasons that haven't been released either:
Masamune-kun's Revenge (Winter 2017)
Nabaka Season 2 (Winter 2017) (I'm not sure if this is a season 2 or a season 1 part 2)
Saga of Tanya the Evil (Winter 2017)
Chain Chronicle – The Light of Haecceitas (Winter 2017)
Fuuka (Winter 2017) (Wasn't this announced? Am I going crazy?)
It looks like everything from Fall 2016 has a release date
Looking at summer 2016, did D.Gray Man Hallow have a home release? That's the only thing from that season that doesn't have a home release that I can find (now that Planetarian has been announced)
They are released on a case-by-case basis depending on several factors, including the studios involved in production, whether the series is out in Japan yet or not, etc. As for some of the titles listed that haven't been released yet:
The Silver Guardian: It may be waiting until they can release Season 2 to release Season's 1 and 2 together, since the first season was 12 half length episodes and Season 2 was 6 full length episodes for a total of 12 episodes in one release, instead of the equivalent of 6 for each release.
Nanbaka: It just got a release for the first part, so the next release will take until September or October, at the least.
D.Gray-man Hallow: This won't release on home video at all until at least after Season 4 Part 2 releases on June 12, which will probably be September or later, depending on if Japan ever actually released it yet or not. I know it was delayed indefinitely in Japan awhile back, but I'm not sure if that was updated and it finally got a release or not. Funimation won't be able to make a home video release for any shows that never got one in Japan.
It still fascinates me that these high profile people might actually give mere mortals the time of day by responding back on a “Twitter” feed whatever. (laughs) I mean, there might be some interesting voice talent on Twitter that might be interesting to reach out to, but, not necessarily feeling that inspired to get involved with the platform in general.
I doubt there are any, they just launched out of Beta and were offering special monthly prices to those who signed up while in Beta, but then they came up with the yearly plan which ended up being the same price as the special monthly play for 12 months.
You might want to make sure what you want to watch is available in the UK before you sign up.
Sentai is a North American licensing company, so they may not be able to stream shows which are licensed by other companies in the UK.