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Demon Slayer Season 3 Release Date, Trailer, Plot, and Cast

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We have gathered all the information available so far on Demon Slayer Season 3, including the release date, trailer, story, and other news.


The popular anime series wrapped up its second season in May 2022 with an exciting finale featuring some of the most thrilling fight scenes of the franchise.

Demon Slayer had an amazing year, thanks to the success of its spinoff/sequel movie, Demon Slayer: Mugen Train. The movie was a box office sensation worldwide, and even broke the record for the highest-grossing Japanese movie ever released in 2020.

Now that things have calmed down in the entertainment industry, fans are eagerly waiting to see what’s next for Tanjiro. Here’s everything we know about Demon Slayer Season 3.

What is the Release Date of Demon Slayer Season 3?

Demon Slayer Season 3 will be released in Japan on April 9th. However, there is no confirmed date for the international release on Crunchyroll yet.

The first episode of the Swordsmith Village arc will be a one-hour special, which is longer than the usual 22-minute runtime of an episode.

Demon Slayer: To the Swordsmith Village Movie, Release date, & where to watch

Additionally, there will be a global “theatrical screening event” where the first episode of Demon Slayer will be shown early, along with episodes 10 and 11 of Season 2. Check below for more information on these global screenings.

  • UK Cinemas – March
  • United States and Canada – March 3 in ‘over 1,700 theatres’
  • Paris – February 25
  • Berlin – February 26
  • Mexico City – March 4
  • Seoul – March 11
  • Taipei – March 19

What is the Plot of Demon Slayer Season 3?

Spoilers ahead! In Demon Slayer Season 3, the Swordsmith Village arc will continue directly after the Entertainment District arc, where Tanjiro and Tengen Uzui defeated demon siblings Gyutaro and Daki, with only Tanjiro’s sword being damaged.

To fix his sword, Tanjiro will travel to the Swordsmith Village with his friends, where they will encounter a swarm of demons, including an Upper-Rank Six that can divide themselves into multiple bodies. Fortunately, Mist Hashira Muichiro Tokito will come to their aid.

According to Satoshi Hino, who voiced Rengoku in the anime, the show’s global success is due to its themes of family, the value of life, and living life to the fullest, which resonates with people worldwide.

If Season 3 wants to continue the show’s success, it will need to keep exploring these important themes.

Demon Slayer Season 3 Trailer and Leaked Footage

The release date of Demon Slayer Season 3 was accompanied by an official trailer, which you can watch below. While the trailer is more of a tease, it does showcase some of the series’ signature action and provides us with our initial look at the Love and Mist Hashiras.

More recently, Ufotable released a video showcasing the ‘Upper Moon’ demons, who are the strongest members of Kibutsuji’s Twelve Kizuki, some of whom we know will make an appearance in Demon Slayer. You can watch the video below.

Where to watch Demon Salyer Season 3?

You can watch Demon Slayer: Season 3 on Crunchyroll. Which is where you can also find the other seasons of the show. However, the previous seasons have also been released on other platforms before. So, it’s possible that Season 3 might also become available on those platforms later.

Currently, all seasons of the show are available on Netflix. If you prefer Funimation, you can watch Season 1 and the Entertainment District Arc there.

Once the release of Demon Slayer: To The Swordsmith Village on Blu-ray or DVD becomes available. Big fans can purchase it if they don’t mind spending a bit more. You can find these on Amazon.

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