Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba season 2 is here. However, some fans are having trouble finding it as they expect it to be under a “Season 2” heading. Many go to Hulu or Crunchy Roll and assume the new season isn’t released as there isn’t a “Season 2” heading. Instead, fans will need to look for the “Entertainment District Arc” heading to watch the new Season 2 episode. Follow these instructions to watch Demon Slayer Season 2:
- Sign up for a 30-day free trial to Hulu
- Search for ” Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc” to see the new Season 2 Episodes. Season 1 episodes are under “Demon Slayer Kimetsu No Yaiba”, while the Movie is under “Demon Slayer Kimetsu No Yaiba Mugen Train Arc.” These seasons show up as distinct shows on Hulu and not under 1 “Demon Slayer Title”
- Currently, all episodes on Hulu are available in English dubbed and Japanese with subtitles.
Hulu provides access to every episode of Demon Slayer Season 1, new episodes of Demon Slayer Season 2, and Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train all in one streaming service.
Where To Watch the Demon Slayer: The Movie
Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train: Demon Slayer The Movie: Mugen Train is available to Hulu subscribers. You can watch the movie for free by taking advantage of this 1-month free trial.
The movie is available both dubbed in English and its original Japanese with English subtitles. There is no commitment so that you can cancel at any time, even after watching the movie, essentially making it free to watch. You can watch Hulu on the web or with Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, and more. See our review of Hulu for more details on this streaming service.
That same day, the film is also available on Video on Demand services like Apple TV, Microsoft Store, Google Play, PlayStation Store, and Amazon Prime Video.
Where to Watch Demon Slayer TV Show
You can watch every episode of Demon Slayer on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Netflix. Read on to learn more about watching Demon Slayer on these services. On Hulu, a 7 episode Mugen Train Arc which recaps the Movie is treated as the begining of Season 2, with episode 8 starting new Season 2 episodes. On Crunchyroll, instead of putting new episodes under a “season 2” heading, they are broken into a “Mugen Train Arc” and “Entertainment District Arc” subheading.
Hulu Has Every Episode of Demon Slayer
After Crunchyroll, the next cheapest option is Hulu’s streaming library, which starts at $7.99/month. All episodes of “Demon Slayer” are available on-demand through Hulu including the movie Demon Slayer The Movie: Mugen Train. Here are some other perks you can take advantage of when subscribing to Hulu
- Watch Hulu Originals like The Handmaid’s Tale, Shrill, and The Act.
- Watch the current season of popular shows like This is Us, Grey’s Anatomy, The Resident, and more.
- Bundle Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+. All three are only $13.99 per month!
Just about every streaming device supports Hulu. Check out our review of Hulu’s Streaming Library for more information.
Crunchyroll Has Every Episode Free
Crunchyroll also offers all episodes of “Demon Slayer.” All episodes of “Demon Slayer” are streaming for free on the site. You have to watch in standard definition, and there are ads, but it’s free to watch. Upgrading to a premium subscription will let you watch with no ads, and you can watch in HD. The premium subscription costs $7.99/month after the 14-day free trial.
On this service, “Demon Slayer” is available subbed (with subtitles). Check out our review of Crunchyroll for more information on this streaming service.
Season 1 of Demon Slayer is available on Netflix. Netflix costs between $9.99–$19.99/month, depending on how many screens you use simultaneously. Netflix offers the following plan options.
- Premium – $19.99 per month – 4K HDR – allows four simultaneous viewings
- Standard – $15.49 per month – HD – allows two simultaneous viewings
- Premium – $9.99 – SD – allows one stream at a time
Netflix supports most streaming devices. Check their support page for more information. Also, check out our review of Netflix for more information on the service.
The streaming service Funimation also offers all episodes of Demon Slayer. However, Funimation’s parent company, Sony, is moving Funimation content to Crunchyroll. While Funimation is still available and does have episodes, I recommend those looking for a way to watch Demon Slayer look at subscribing to Hulu, Crunchyroll, or Netflix.
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