Demon Slayer: Season 3 Episodes Guide – Release Dates, Times & More

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Demon Slayer: Season 3, or Demon Slayer: To The Swordsmith Village Arc, is finally coming to your screens on April 9th, 2023. Following the To The Swordsmith Village movie, this season will cover the latter half of the film and go on from there as Tanjiro looks to avenge his family and return his sister into a human being.

If you follow this Demon Slayer: Season 3 episodes guide, you’ll get to watch each fresh episode faster than a sleep-slicing Zenitsu, including what time they release on streaming sites and where exactly you can watch what is many people’s most anticipated anime of 2023, right alongside Attack on Titan.

Tanjiro Kamado will venture to the Swordsmith Village to get a new sword after the hard-fought victory against the Upper-Rank Six twins. As usual, Inosuke, Nezuko, and Zenitsu will be tagging along and helping each other out. Unfortunately, the expedition is interrupted by even more Upper-Ranks, with the likes of Doma also getting plenty more time to shine. Will the help of the Love and Mist Hashiras be enough?


Demon Slayer: Season 3 Episodes Release Dates

Demon Slayer: Season 3 features 11 episodes in total, meaning it’s the shortest season so far. Here’s what each episode is called and when you can start watching them:

Episode 1: Someone’s Dream  – April 9th, 2023
Episode 2: Yoriichi Type Zero – April 16th, 2023
Episode 3: A Sword from Over 300 Years Ago – April 23rd, 2023
Episode 4: Thank You, Tokito – April 30th, 2023
Episode 5: Bright Red Blade – May 7th, 2023
Episode 6: Aren’t You Going To Become A Hashira? – May 14th, 2023
Episode 7: Awful Villain – May 21st, 2023
Episode 8: The Mu in Muichiro – May 28th, 2023
Episode 9: Mist Hashira Muichiro Tokito – June 4th, 2023
Episode 10: Love Hashira Mitsuri Kanroji – June 11th, 2023
Episode 11: A Connected Bond: Daybreak and First Light – June 18th, 2023

Unless any unexpected delays or breaks take place, these are the dates when each episode of Demon Slayer: Season 3 will come out.


Demon Slayer: Season 3 Release Times (Per Timezone)

The first episode of Demon Slayer: Season 3 came out on Sunday for most people. Each episode be released at 11:15 PM Japanese Standard Time (JST) and will take about an hour before services like Crunchyroll will simulcast it. That’s why you’ll notice that the JST is an hour early on this list. Here’s what time each episode of Demon Slayer: Season 3 will drop per timezone.

JST – 11:15 PM (Sunday)
ACDT – 1:45 AM (Monday)
PT – 7:15 AM (Sunday)
CT – 9:15 AM (Sunday)
ET – 10:15 AM (Sunday)
GMT/BST – 3:15 PM (Sunday)
IST – 8:45 PM (Sunday)

If your timezone isn’t listed above, simply convert any of these times, except for JST, to your timezone.

Don’t worry if an episode doesn’t appear the second the clock strikes these times. Give it a minute or two, and it’ll come. Delays don’t last that long unless they’re announced ahead of time, as subs needs to be added which isn’t an instant thing. Dubbed versions usually follow in the days after.


Where To Watch Demon Slayer: Season 3

Demon Slayer: Season 3 is set to release on Crunchyroll, where you can find the rest of the series as well. That’s just at first, though. Previous seasons have come out on other platforms too, so it won’t be a surprise if they get Season 3.

Netflix currently has all of the other seasons. You can also watch Season 1 and the Entertainment District Arc on Funimation. If you need to know where to start with Demon Slayer, here’s how to figure out the increasingly confusing differences between the movies and show.

Big-time fans willing to spend a little more might even be interested in getting Demon Slayer: To The Swordsmith Village on Blu-ray or DVD once it comes out. You can find these on Amazon, along with Mugen Train and the rest of the seasons so far.

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