One of the most watched anime programmes of the year thus far is Spy X Family, a manga adaptation by Tatsuya Endo that has just finished its first season. Spy X Family’s most recent episode, episode 12 Penguin Park, debuted on Crunchyroll at the end of June. The show is now taking a midseason hiatus that will last for a few months.
Later this year, part 2 of Spy X Family will be available on Netflix in a few places, but not in much of the rest of the world.
Spy X Family, an anime produced by Toho Animation, has recently grown to be one of the most popular in the world. The first 12 of season one’s 25 episodes were shown and uploaded weekly on Netflix in some areas from April through June 2022. Depending on where you live, the following 13 episodes will air from October through the end of the year and be available on Netflix once a week.
Many people are confused about which Netflix territories will get part 2 due to a recent trending Tweet that suggests the series would also be available there starting in October 2022. Let’s clear things up.
Naturally, given the country’s current laws governing anime and how it must be released, Netflix Japan has the series available.
The first season (which consists of 12 episodes) is also available on Netflix in the following additional 7 nations:
Except in South Korea, where a Korean version is also offered, Netflix only offers the original Japanese dub of the show with numerous subtitle options, including English. According to Netflix’s Asian-focused YouTube channel, the second batch of episodes will be distributed weekly to all of the aforementioned areas (plus Japan) beginning in October 2022.
Additionally, Netflix Asia teases a few things about the upcoming season in the trailer:
You’ll need to find alternative ways to watch for the time being, even though Netflix may acquire more international rights in the future. Much of the time, Crunchyroll carries the rights in the United States and most of Europe. The series is presently accessible on Hulu in the United States.