The Kimetsu no Yaiba phenomenon has hit very hard and very quickly. Koyoharu Gotōge’s original manga was released in 2016, and in 2019 the Ufotable studio already made a splendid anime adaptation that dazzled and liked everyone, both for its story and for the splendid animation.
Barely a year later, the story continued in feature film format (Demon Slayer: Mugen Train) becoming the highest grossing film in Japanese historyahead of “Spirited Away” by Hayao Miyazaki.
After a film adaptation in the form of a second anime season, the creators of Kimetsu no Yaiba, also known as Guardians of the night here in Spain, they have already confirmed that there will be a third season.
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Kimetsu no Yaiba currently has a first season of 26 episodes, as well as a second season that includes two story arcs: “Mugen Train” (7 episodes) and “Entertainment District” (11 episodes).
If you live in Spain you can see the 26 episodes of the first season in Prime Video. All chapters are available in Spanish and in the original version with subtitles. Until not long ago we could also see it on Crunchyroll for free, although currently the 1st season is no longer available due to licensing issues.
In the United States things change quite a bit, since the first season of Kimetsu is available on Netflixbut also in Hulu, Funimation, Crunchcyroll and streaming platform VRV.
In other countries, such as Mexico, we can also enjoy the first chapters of the story from the Netflix, Funimation and Crunchyroll services.
As we say, season 2 is divided into two arcs, and some platforms are offering it as if they were two different seasons, so we have to be very careful. In any case, in Spain we can enjoy season 2 in Crunchyrollwhere it is available for premium users.
Users in the United States also have this second season, but only on streaming platforms dedicated exclusively to anime, such as Crunchyroll, VRV and Funimation.
In places like Mexico season 2 is available on Crunchyroll and also in Funimationbut in the latter we will only find the first 3 episodes of the season.
The Movie: Infinity Train (Mugen Train)
Night Watch The Movie: Infinity Train in Spain can be seen for free for subscribers of Prime Video. In this case, the audio is available in Japanese and Spanish, but also in Catalan.
In other territories such as the United States, the film can be found in Funimationalthough we can also see it for rent from AppleTV for $4.99. In countries like Mexico, in addition to being able to enjoy the film in Funimation also available in Crunchyrollwhich is not bad at all.