Demon Slayer is coming to TV: Here’s how to watch

Season 2 of the adventures of Tanjiro and Nezuko arrives for the first time on a French television channel.

In France, manga and anime fans are spoiled. Nothing too surprising since we are the biggest consumers of manga and anime in the world after Japan. Last November, the DNA platform announced the arrival in its catalog of the Dragon Ball franchise in its entirety.

Some may prefer the good old TV, which we tend to put aside too easily now. If you’re a fan of Japanese animation and your little skylight is your best friend, you’re in luck. There is a channel dedicated to your passion, simply titled manga (Why make it complicated when it can be simple).

This one has just obtained the broadcasting rights for seasons 2 of Demon Slayer and Vinland Saga. Every Friday from January 6, Tanjiro, Zenitsu and Inosuke will broadcast their new adventures at 9:10 p.m.starting with the arc of the Train of the Infinite (namely the same as the film) then that of the Quartier des Plaisirs.

Are you more Vikings than demons? Vinland Saga will also offer its second season from January 12. Unreleased episodes will air Thursday evenings at 10:55 p.m. As a reminder, this series is animated by MAPPA, the studio behind the attack of the Titans or chain saw manjust that !

How do I access the Mangas channel?

To follow these new adventures, nothing could be simpler. The channel is available at no additional cost on many TV packages. It is then found on Canal + (channel 157), Orange (channel 145), SFR (channel 231), Free (channel 90), Bouygues (channel 145) or Bis TV (channel 45).

If you don’t have any of this, know that it is possible to access the Manga distribution offer by other means. Be careful though: it’s not free! It is possible to subscribe to the channel via Prime Video Channels, or their official website. It will cost you €2.99 to access the live programming as well as the content available in replay.

In addition to this television broadcast, these two anime are available on specialized SVOD platforms. Demon Slayer is available on DNA and Crunchyrollwhereas Vinland Saga is only available on the second.