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Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 11 Spoilers, Preview trailer and When can you Watch

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train was certainly a rough ride. The tear-jerker of an ending was certainly unexpected. Regardless, a short hiatus later, news of a Demon Slayer Season 2 (aka Kimetsu no Yaiba) began to loom on the horizon. The fans went crazy with the screening first episode(aka Episode 8) of Season 2 on 5th December. It was a special extended episode ‘Sound Hashira, Tengen Uzui’. Needless to stress much, fans are desperate for the premiere of Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 11.

The naming for Season 2 has undergone a slight alteration from what was originally perceived. The anime was original to be featured under the title Kimetsu no Yaiba: Yūkaku-hen. But, given the complications involved in using the term “prostitution” in the title, it was decided to be Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 2.

The franchise has already revealed that Demon Slayer No Yaiba Season 2 will continue from where the Mugen Train movie left off. Fuji TV has taken over the reins of managing Season 2 given the immense revenue it had raked in on the movie. Previously, TOKYO MX had aired the show sometime late into the night. But, Fuji TV has made a statement to feature the episodes on the “Saturday Premium” 9 PM timings.

Here is a miniature guide of sorts revealing all the possibilities and expectations held from Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 11.

How many episodes are there in Demon Slayer Season 2?

Demon Slayer Season 2’s Entertainment District Arc aired its first episode of the season on Sunday 5th December. In its weekly drop, the next Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 11 is scheduled to hit on Sunday, 26th December worldwide. Entertainment District Arc spans across 11 episodes, bringing the total episode count of the season up to 18 or 19. It depends if one takes into account Episode 8 as two episodes put together. The run time of an episode is the usual 23-minutes.

When does Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 11 release?

Another Demon Slayer Sunday is coming up!

Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 2 Episode 11, titled Tonight (“Konya”), will drop in on Sunday, December 26 at 11:30 PM (JST) on Fuji TV. The time will vary depending upon the geographical location.

When can I watch Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 11 release?

A release window for episodes confirmed by Funimation and Crunchyroll is every Sunday at 11:30 PM (JST)/9:30 PM (IST)/4:00 PM (GMT)/8:00 AM (PST) but these timings are subject to change.

Read on to find when one can watch ‘Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 11 English Dub’ in your region on Funimation!

Pacific Standard time – 8:00 AM PST Sunday, 26th December 2021 (America)


Central Standard time – 10:00 AM CST Sunday, 26th December 2021 (America)


Eastern Standard time – 11:00 AM EST Sunday, 26th December 2021 (America)


British Time- 4:00 PM BST Sunday, 26th December 2021 (UK)


Central European Time- 5:00 PM CET Sunday, 26th December 2021 (Europe)


India Standard Time- 9:30 PM IST Sunday, 26th December 2021 (India)


Australia Time- 2:30 AM AST Sunday, 26th December 2021 (Australia)


Is Demon Slayer Season 2 on Netflix?

The previous season was aired on pretty much all major platforms. Crunchyroll, Funimation, Hulu, and Netflix are some of the best online anime streaming sites in the US that are officially tied for the release.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Yukaku-hen is streaming on many platforms for a change. One can watch the series on Crunchyroll, Funimation, VRV, Hulu, Netflix, and Wakanim.

Funimation has taken up the mantle of streaming the upcoming season of the anime yet again. Much like the previous season and the movie, the anime will be available in both Japanese and English Audio. Funimation is offering a premium plan of $5.99/month with access to its complete library and no ads. There is another premium plus plan of $7.99/month that has a few additional bonuses.

However, if you do not have a subscription on Funimation, Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 11 can be watched for free on both platforms a week later, from 19th December.

Demon Slayer Season 2 Entertainment District Arc is also streaming on Netflix with a weekly update on the episodes. Netflix already has Season 1 of the anime. Funimation also has an English Dub for Demon Slayer.

About Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 2

Season 2 takes off from where Demon Slayer the Movie: Infinity Train left off. So, before you get to Season 2, you might as well watch the film.

Demon Slayer Season 2 Mugen Train Arc wrapped up after 8 episodes, retelling the story of the Mugen Train movie in more detail. After the death of the Fire Hashira, Tanjiro, Inosuke, Nezuko and Zenitsu make their way into the Entertainment District, along with the Sound Hashira, Tengen Usui. The arc will begin from Chapter 70 of the manga and will continue all the way up to chapter 99.

Season 2 sees the trio enter the infamous Yoshiwara district. The real Yoshiwara district was originally a location portrayed as a breeding ground for vice and pleasure. “Coincidentally” in the anime, it’s also the place where demons thrive in huge numbers.

Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 8 began with the Demon Slayer corps at the Butterfly Mansion. After a bit of commotion and confusion, the mansion finally sees some calm. Tengen is asked where they will be headed for their next mission to which his response is: “the flashiest place in Japan, steeped lust and avarice.” They head for the Entertainment District.

With the events of the Mugen Train still weighing heavily on the heroes’ heads, the upcoming episodes are expected to revolve around unexpected challenges in the paths of Heroes. But they will continue their fight against the demon gang and its leader Kibutsuji Muzan.

The Red Light District story arc has all signs of looking ominous. It will be full of tons of new battles with several new demons. It will not be an over-exaggeration to say that Demon Slayer viewers should prepare mentally for a heart-pounding arc unravelling itself in the coming 10 episodes.

Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 10 Recap

Demon Slayer Episode 10 was titled ‘What Are You?’ and had Tanjiro, Inosuke and Zenitsu infiltrate the different houses of the Yoshiwara district brothels. However, it doesn’t take long for them to find trouble. The episode begins with Warabihime Oiran killing the mistress of the brothel when she confronts her about the deaths and disappearances of the brothel workers.

As the episode progresses, Inosuke senses a demon in the Ogimoto house and relentlessly chases it, but unfortunately fails to track it. He also realizes that Makio, one of the Uzui’s wives has fallen into deep trouble. At the Kyogoku house, Zenitsu finds a girl sobbing in a room and decides to check on her when he is taken by surprise. Warabihime Oiran, who is actually one of the higher demons of the twelve moons named Daki, appears behind him and he immediately realizes that this is not a human. He intervenes her when she punishes a young worker and then finally lets it go.

Tanjiro is the ideal worker and seems to be working diligently in the Tokito house. His dedication to his work takes the house mistress by surprise and also pleases her. Two days before the infiltration, when Daki kills the mistress of the Kyogoku house, she is visited by Muzan who expresses his approval at her strength and tells her to keep getting stronger but stay on guard.

Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 11 Spoilers

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 2 Episode 11has received an official title as well a key visual. It has been shared by the official Demon Slayer Twitter account and has the face of Tanjiro Kamado on it. Tanjiro can be seen giving stern looks with Nezuko’s box strapped to his back. Check the tweet below.

The subtitle and scene photo of the fourth episode are released. Episode 4 “Tonight” Broadcast on Fuji TV series nationwide from 11:30 pm on Sunday, December 26

Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 11 continues in the Yoshiwara district as the Demon Slayer Corps continue their mission. Makio’s distress becomes more apparent now that Inosuke discovers that there was a presence of a demon in her room along with signs of struggle. The Sound Hashira is yet to make an appearance that should stir up things a bit more.

Demon Slayer Episode 11 will see Tengen Uzui meet the Demon Slayers as new trouble appears – Zenitsu goes missing. In the meantime, Daki’s menace continues as she finds her next target.

Demon Slayer Season 2 Trailer

Demon Slayer Season 2 Voice Actors

3 new characters have been added to the existing list of cast. The official website revealed their names, namely Uzui Tengen’s three wives — Makio (Shizuka Ishigami), Suma (Nao Toyama) and Hinatsuru (Atsumi Tanezaki). We have seen them in the opening theme for the Entertainment District arc.

The others we know

  1. Natuski Hanae (Tanjiro)
  2. Akari Kito (Nezuko)
  3. Hiro Shimono (Zenitsu)
  4. Yoshitsugu Matusoka (Inosuke)
  5. Tengen Uzui (The Sound Hashira)
  6. Shinobu (The Insect Hashira)
  7. Daki (Miyuki Sawashiro)

Once again, it’s worth noting that the Infinity Train story is canonical to the original plotline. So if you do not want to miss out on any details it’s wise to go see watch Demon Slayer: Mugen Train The Movie in India beforehand.

Demon Slayer Season 2 Vs Movie

From Episode 1 to 7 of Demon Slayer Season 2, it would be a recap of the hit 2020 Mugen Train movie. However, be assured that it will not be all copy-paste. It will have some original content plus the debut episode. There will also be more than 70 new scenes according to Anime News Network. These episodes were broadcast from October 17 to November 28 2021.

From 5th December onwards, The Entertainment District Arc, the much-awaited chronological sequel to Mugen Train will debut. Episode 8 will be of 1-hour runtime and the longest one to date. Usually, the run time for an episode is around 20 to 30 minutes.

Demon Slayer Stage Play Announced

In the recently concluded Jump Festa 2022, the stage play of the original Demon Slayer manga series was announced. Titled ‘Noh-Kyogen’ stage play, it will run in Tokyo and Osaka during Summer and Winter 2022 respectively next year.

“Noh emphasizes elements of dance, drama, music, and poetry, and is usually more serious in its topics. Alternatively, Kyōgen emphasizes dialogue and is focused on comedy. The two arts are usually performed alternately in the same program.” |
– Anime News Network.

That’s pretty much all there is on our end. Are you just as hyped as we are for the Season 2 release? Let us know in the comments down below. For more similar content visit us here.

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