The Tatsuya Endo manga adaption Spy X Family, which just ended its first season, is one of the most watched anime shows of the year thus far.

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. 

Part 2 of Spy X Family will be accessible on Netflix in a few locations later this year, but not in much of the rest of the world.

Toho Animation's Spy X Family anime has recently become one of the most well-known in the entire world.

From April through June 2022, the first 12 of season one's 25 episodes were broadcast and posted on Netflix on a weekly basis in select regions.

 The next 13 episodes will be broadcast from October through the end of the year and will be accessible on Netflix once a week, depending on where you reside.

Due to a major recent trending Tweet that says the series would also be available on Netflix, a lot of people are perplexed about which Netflix regions would receive part 2.

Naturally, given the country’s current laws governing anime and how it must be released, Netflix Japan has the series available. 

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.