The Chainsaw Man English dub is finally almost here. Sub watchers are already getting Episode 3 today, while English dub viewers are a bit behind. They’ll get to see Episode 1 on Tuesday, October 25, and will enjoy new episodes releasing every week after that. Here’s a look at exactly what time the dub drops, along with a live countdown timer in the second section.
Here’s What Time Chainsaw Man’s Dub Releases
Chainsaw Man’s English dub is releasing on Crunchyroll’s streaming platform, and will only be available there for some time. According to Crunchyroll, the dub drops a little later than the sub. While the sub airs at 12 p.m. Eastern (9 a.m. Pacific), the English dub doesn’t drop until 12:30 p.m. Pacific, more than three hours later.
Here’s a look at when the English dub drops in different time zones on Tuesday, October 25:
- 12:30 p.m. Pacific
- 1:30 p.m. Mountain
- 2:30 p.m. Central
- 3:30 p.m. Eastern
So if you’re seeing the new sub and aren’t sure where the English dub is, this is why. The dub releases later in the day, not at the same time as the sub.
Live Countdown to the English Dub
For your viewing enjoyment, we’ve created a countdown timer from TickCounter. It’s embedded below and should be responsive. That means, it should show correctly no matter what device or browser you’re reading from. However, if you can’t see it correctly, trying moving your phone to landscape mode (i.e. holding it horizontally.)
Remember: This countdown is for the English dub premiere, not the sub.
Leave this page up until Chainsaw Man’s dub drops, so you don’t forget how close the first dub is from premiering. But keep in mind: if a lot of people try to watch at the same time, there’s a chance that Crunchyroll’s servers could have issues. If this happens, the dub might be delayed by 15 minutes or possibly up to an hour or so.
This won’t be the first time that the English dub has aired. In fact, it was already seen by a lucky few who attended the New York Comic-Con. They only got to see the first episode, so we’ll all be watching next week’s Episode 2 dub for the first time together.
Here’s the trailer for the English dub:
Here are the English voice actors for the dub episodes:
- Ryan Colt Levy as Denji (He’s Kite Eishiro on The Prince of Tennis II, Naruse on Komi Can’t Communicate, Ryang-Ha Song on Love of Kill, Loki and Kagehisa on Record of Ragnarok, and more)
- Suzie Yeung as Makima (She’s Sumi on Rent-a-Girlfriend, Daphne on Rainbow High, Hitomi on Komi Can’t Communicate, Kyo Sama (young) 0n Fruits Basket, Willy’s sister on Attack on Titan, and more)
- Reagan Murdock as Aki (He’s Alvin on Don’t Hurt Me My Healer!, Mitsuki on Actors: Songs Connection, Mulithim/Ginn on Dragon Ball Slayer, and more)
- Sarah Wiedenheft as Power (She’s Enonoka on Golden Kamuy, Kikiyo on Classroom of the Elite, Hana on Mieruko-Chan, Tohru on Miss Kobyashi’s Dragon Maid, Charmy on Black Clover, and more)
- Lindsay Seidel as Pochita (Lindsay is Artemisia on Date a Live, Gabi on Attack on Titan, Nejire on My Hero Academia, Mira on Asteroid in Love, Eto on Tokyo Ghoul: re, and more)
The official synopsis reads:
“Denji is a teenage boy living with a Chainsaw Devil named Pochita. Due to the debt his father left behind, he has been living a rock-bottom life while repaying his debt by harvesting devil corpses with Pochita. One day, Denji is betrayed and killed. As his consciousness fades, he makes a contract with Pochita and gets revived as ‘Chainsaw Man’ — a man with a devil’s heart.”
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