Demon Slayer: Season 3 Episode Guide – Release Dates, Times & More
Demon Slayer: Season 3, or To The Swordsmith Village Arc, will finally hit theaters on April 9th, 2023. Continuing from the To The Swordsmith Village movie, this season will focus on the latter half of that film and continue from there.
Following this Demon Slayer: Season 3 Episodes Guide, you can watch each new episode faster than a sleep-slicing Zenitsu! Learn when they release on streaming sites and where exactly to watch one of 2023’s most anticipated animes – right alongside Attack on Titan!
Tanjiro Kamado must journey to the Swordsmith Village in search of a new sword after his hard-fought victory against the Upper-Rank Six twins. Inosuke, Nezuko and Zenitsu will accompany him as usual and help each other out when necessary. Unfortunately, their expedition is interrupted by even more Upper-Ranks; will the Love and Mist Hashiras be enough?
Demon Slayer: Season 3 Episode Release Dates
Although an exact number of episodes has yet to be confirmed, the Swordsmith Village Arc lasted about as long as the Entertainment District Arc did. Therefore, fans can anticipate Demon Slayer: Season 3 to have around 12 episodes, give or take.
Episode 1: Someone’s Dream – April 9th, 2023
Episode 2: TBA – April 16th, 2023
Episode 3: TBA – April 23rd, 2023
Episode 4: TBA – April 30th, 2023
Episode 5: TBA – May 7th 2023
Episode 6: TBA – May 14th, 2023
Episode 7: TBA – May 21st 2023
Episode 8 : TBA – May 28 th,2023
Episode 9 : TBA – June 11th 2023
and June 18th 2023 to round off this series premiere!
Episode 12: To Be Announced on June 25th, 2023
Here is when each episode of Demon Slayer: Season 3 will air, barring any unexpected delays or breaks.
Demon Slayer: Season 3 Release Times (Per Time Zone)
For most viewers, the first episode of Demon Slayer: Season 3 will air on Sunday at 11:15 PM Japanese Standard Time (JST), taking an hour before services like Crunchyroll can simulcast it live. That’s why JST appears earlier on this list than other times zones: here’s when each episode of Demon Slayer: Season 3 drops per timezone.
JST: 11:15 PM
ACDT: 1:45 AM (Monday)
CT: 9:15 AM (Sunday)
ET: 10:15 PM (Sunday)
GMT/BST: 3:15 PM(Sunday)
IST: 8:45 PM(Sunday). ** If your timezone isn’t listed here, simply convert any of these times (excluding JST) to your own local time.
Don’t stress if an episode doesn’t appear immediately after airing – give it a minute or two and rest assured. Delays usually don’t last too long unless they’re announced ahead of time so subs can be added, which takes time. Dubbed versions usually follow shortly afterwards.
Where To Watch Demon Slayer: Season 3
Demon Slayer: Season 3 will premiere on Crunchyroll, where fans can find all of the other seasons as well. That said, previous seasons have also released on other platforms so don’t be surprised if they get Season 3.
Netflix currently has all other seasons available. Furthermore, Funimation offers Season 1 and the Entertainment District Arc for viewing.
Big-time fans who can spare the extra cash may be interested in purchasing Demon Slayer: To The Swordsmith Village on Blu-ray or DVD when it releases. You can find these on Amazon along with Mugen Train and all of the seasons so far.