Demon Slayer: Fans Are Enjoying The Entertainment Arc District, How And Where To Watch

Demon Slayer launched the Entertainment District arc with the newest episode of the second season, and with it has now begun adapting brand new material for the first time in the last two years.

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New Delhi: Kimetsu no Yaiba has recently confirmed it is going to have a one-hour debut for the opening of the Entertainment district art. The second season of the fan favorite anime series has finally begun adapting the content material from Koyoharu Gotouge’s unique manga series that was quite possibly the most expected return of 2021. Fans have been waiting eagerly to see what’s next for Tanjiro following the fight on the Mugen Train. The initial seven weeks focused on retelling the arc event recently seen during the Mugen Train film which was released a year ago. However, with its new episode, the second season will officially kick start a brand new arc that fans have been sitting tight for.

Demon Slayer launched the Entertainment District arc with the newest episode of the second season, and with it has now begun adapting brand new material for the first time in the last two years. Along with this brand new content material for the anime comes a celebration of its fittingly flashy new increments to the arc. The series has a brand new opening theme for, “Zankyo Sanka” as performed by Aimer. 

There still can’t seem to be any official confirmation of exactly the number of episodes the Entertainment District arc will have, however early reports have demonstrated that the new arc is most likely to not have as many episodes as the fans would want. Simultaneously, the new arc started off with an one-hour debut episode that not just explores the aftermath of the Mugen Train arc’s event but making way for what is to expect from the rest of the Entertainment District arc in the coming episodes. 

The Entertainment District Arc debuted on Sunday, December 5 at 10:45AM EST. Fans outside of Japan will actually be able to watch the hour long episode with both Funimation and Crunchyroll in the original Japanese language with English subtitles. If you had watched the Season 2’s Mugen Train arc, your routine for new episodes will not be changing at all!

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