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Here’s When That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 3 Will Stream on Crunchyroll

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Season three of the anime That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime is almost here, and Crunchyroll has revealed when fans can begin watching on the platform. For starters, on March 30 at 8:00 AM PST, Crunchyroll will begin streaming Episode 48.5 “Digression: Diablo’s Journal,” which is a recap episode. Then the new season will commence streaming on Crunchyroll on April 5 at 8:30 AM PST, simultaneously with the Japanese release.

Crunchyroll did not say when we can expect the dub to become available, but did say that season three will be dubbed into English, Latin American Spanish, Italian, German, French, Castilian Spanish, and Portuguese.

The anime is being made at Eight Bit, with Atsushi Nakayama helming the project as director. Credit for series composition goes to Toshizo Nemoto. The franchise got its start as a light novel series by Fuse and Mitz Vah, which is being published in America by Yen Press.

Crunchyroll gave this description for the anime’s plot:

Rimuru has officially become a Demon Lord after defeating Clayman. Following Walpurgis, the Demon Lords’ banquet, Rimuru’s domain is expanded to include the entire Great Forest of Jura. Anticipating a flood of representatives from all races showing up to pay their respects, Rimuru decides to throw a festival to commemorate the opening of Tempest, using it as an opportunity to gain new citizens and present Demon Lord Rimuru to the world. Meanwhile, in the Holy Empire of Lubelius, home base of the monster-hating cult of Luminism, Holy Knight Captain Hinata receives a message from Rimuru. But the message is actually a fabricated declaration of war sent by some unknown party. Upon learning that Hinata is heading for Tempest, Rimuru makes a decision… Thus begins a new challenge for Rimuru, striving to distinguish friend from foe in his pursuit of the ideal nation where humans and monsters can prosper together.

Source: Crunchyroll


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