Chainsaw Man Episode 10 drops on Tuesday, December 13, 2022. Last week’s episode was intense, with a lot of surprising character revelations and saddening deaths. So of course, with everything that happened, you’ll want to tune in the moment the new episode drops. Here are all the details on what time Chainsaw Man Episode 10 premieres, along with a live countdown to help you know exactly when the sub is available in the U.S.Check out this live countdown to when #ChainsawMan Episode 10 drops. Click To Tweet
Chainsaw Man Episode 10 Countdown Timer
Chainsaw Man Episode 10’s English sub premieres at 9 a.m. Pacific on Tuesday, December 13 (in the U.S. only.) In other time zones, this is 10 a.m. Mountain, 11 a.m. Central, and 12 p.m. Eastern. It will air at this time on both Crunchyroll and Hulu, unless either platform has a server issue. If that’s the case, then that platform might air the episode a little later than normal, but typically not more than 30 minutes to an hour late.
We’ve created a countdown timer below from TickCounter that counts down to exactly when the new sub drops.
The countdown above should be responsive to whatever device you’re using. So go ahead and leave this page up until the new episode’s starting, to help you remember exactly when to tune in.
On the off chance the countdown doesn’t work for some reason, here’s a backup timer below from TimeandDate.com.
This backup timer may not be responsive to devices, so you may need to hold your device horizontally to see it correctly.
Chainsaw Man News
We like to end these countdowns with the latest Chainsaw Man news. Here’s what’s been announced this week.
According to the official website, there’s going to be a corroboration event at an indoor theme park called Namjatown in Tokyo. This takes place December 16-January 29.
There’s also a collaboration with Chara Dori at Akihabara Main Store, Osaka Nihonbashi Store, and BLANC Ikebukuro Store starting December 23-January 22.
Chainsaw Man’s also having a collaboration with the Lawson Collection to offer original goods on a first-come, first-served basis. This begins on December 20 and goes through January 2.
Last week, we learned that Chainsaw Man will be hosting a “Broadcast Commemorative Fair” from December 24-January 15. The website notes (in its English translation) that you can purchase Chainsaw Man goods from Animate Mail Order nationwide, and you’ll receive an illustration card as a gift for each order of at least 1,100 yen. Details about the fair are on the website here.
Perhaps the biggest news, however, is that the first season is coming to a close. There are only supposed to be 12 episodes, which means after Episode 10 there will only be two left. Fans have been hoping this is technically just a “first cour,” but there’s been no indication one way or another so far.
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