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Crunchyroll Confirms It Will Stream SPY x FAMILY Season 2, Shares Subbed Trailer

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The mega popular SPY x FAMILY will have its second season debut on October 7, and Crunchyroll just confirmed that it will be streaming the new season, starting from the premiere date. It will also be offering SPY x FAMILY in a number of language dubs: English, French, Italian, German, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Castilian Spanish, Arabic and Russian. It did not say when these dubs will begin streaming, which likely means they won’t be simultaneous with the Japanese release.

Crunchyroll also shared this English-subtitled trailer:

The anime is being made at WIT STUDIO and CloverWorks, with Kazuhiro Furuhashi continuing to helm the project as director. Furuhashi was the script supervisor for season one, but for season two the task has been given to Ichiro Okouchi, who has previously worked on Code Geass and Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch From Mercury. SPY x FAMILY originally debuted as an anime in spring 2022.

VIZ Media publishes the manga series by Tatsuya Endo and gave this description for the plot:

Master spy Twilight is the best at what he does when it comes to going undercover on dangerous missions in the name of a better world. But when he receives the ultimate impossible assignment—get married and have a kid—he may finally be in over his head!

Not one to depend on others, Twilight has his work cut out for him procuring both a wife and a child for his mission to infiltrate an elite private school. What he doesn’t know is that the wife he’s chosen is an assassin and the child he’s adopted is a telepath!

We also have the upcoming movie Gekijōban SPY×FAMILY Code: White to look forward to. That’s scheduled to hit Japanese theaters on December 22, and instead of adapting something from the manga, it will have a brand-new plot.

Source: ANN


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