‘Spy x Family’ season 2 episode 1 release date, time, and where to watch!

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Get ready, because it’s official: the delightfully entertaining (albeit fictional) Forger family from the anime Spy x Family is set to make a return in Season 2. Blink and you’ll find little Anya, with her cotton candy-colored hair and secret psychic abilities, embroiled in all sorts of thrilling escapades. These often revolve around her adoptive parents’ perilous professions: espionage for Loid (aka Twilight) and assassination for Yor (aka Thorn Princess).

Season 1 concluded with a nail-biting episode where Twilight confronted his target, the enigmatic yet influential politician central to Operation Strix, Donovan Desmond. While the stakes are undeniably high – a fact occasionally underscored in this mostly lighthearted series – Spy x Family excels not only in humor but also in tugging at your heartstrings with its unique take on the found family trope.

 

‘Spy x Family’ season 2 episode 1 release date, time, and where to watch

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Episode 1 of Season 2 is nearly here. Crunchyroll announced on September 28th that Spy x Family will be back on Saturday, October 7th, available for streaming in most regions. This release will feature the original subtitled version, with dubbed versions like the English one slated for release at later, yet unspecified dates. The episode is set to air on Japanese TV at 11 pm JST.

Season 2 is produced by the same dynamic duo of studios that brought us the vividly animated and visually captivating first season: Cloverworks and Wit Studio. The exact episode count for this season is still under wraps, but it’s possible that it will mirror the first season with 25 episodes. Alternatively, given the upcoming movie, Spy x Family Code: White, this season might fall within the 11 to 13-episode range.

In any case, fans can catch the first episode on Crunchyroll shortly after its Japanese premiere. It’s conceivable that Season 2 may eventually become available on platforms hosting Season 1, such as Disney+ and Hulu, but we’ll have to wait and see.