Demon Slayer Episode 8 with from Entertainment District arc starts on Dec 5, 2021. Where to watch it?
After a superhit movie Mugen Train of the series Demon Slayer(Kimetsu no Yaiba) the series is all set to return with the new arc i.e. Entertainment District Arc.
The seven episodes of the same anime totally concluded the Infinity Train Arc so after that here the story continues with Entertainment District Arc.
The ‘Entertainment District Arc’ will deal with the direct aftermath of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train that the second season of the TV series is adapted from, with Tanjiro likely to face new foes, including finally meeting the Upper Rank Six demon, Daki.
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- British Time: 3:45 PM BST
- European Time: 4:45 PM CEST
- Australia Time: 2:15 AM AEST
- Indian Time: 9:15 PM IST
Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc Episode Count
After the Season 2 announcement, it was revealed that Season 2 of Demon Slayer would consist of 18 episodes. The infinity train arc took up the first seven episodes, so the Entertainment District Arc will take the remaining 11 episodes.
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How to watch Demon Slayer: Entertainment District Arc online?
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba ‘Entertainment District Arc’ with an hour long episode will air on Funimation from December 5, 2021. Later, new episodes will drop every Sunday with the normal run time.
You can watch the anime on Funimation. Funimation is home to over 600 Anime titles, promising over 15,000 hours of entertainment of both subbed and English dubbed TV series and movies. The streaming service is available in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland, with the Funimation Cost and choice of plans dependent on your region.
Where else can I watch Demon Slayer: Entertainment District Arc?
For those in South and Southeast Asia who want to watch Demon Slayer: Entertainment District Arc, you’ll be able to stream it through a variety of streaming platforms including Viu in Hong Kong and Netflix in Singapore.
if Funimation is not in your country then you can use any of the popular VPN and stream it from there.