If you’re excited about watching the latest episode of 86 (Eighty-Six), you won’t have to wait much longer. Episode 15 of Eighty-Six (aka Season 2 Episode 4) drops very soon. Read on for all the details about the date and time that you can start watching 86 Episode 14 online.
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Eighty-Six Episode 15 Premieres Late Saturday Morning
The next episode of Eighty-Six (Episode 15) premieres late Saturday morning or early Saturday afternoon, depending on your time zone. (For some, this may be referred to as Season 2 Episode 4.) Here’s a look at what time (and date) you can watch the new episode.
According to Crunchyroll’s official schedule, Eighty-Six Episode 15 will drop on Saturday, October 23 at 9:30 a.m. Pacific on the West Coast. In other time zones, this translates to 10:30 a.m. Mountain, 11:30 a.m. Central, and 12:30 p.m. Eastern. So if you’re in California, for example, you can watch at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, but if you’re in New York you’ll be watching at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday.
These times are relevant only for North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS.
The new episodes are only available in English subtitles, with English dubs being released later.
Eighty-Six’s official website does list premiere times for other countries:
- Tokyo MX: Saturdays at 24:00
- Tochigi TV: Saturdays at 24:00
- Gunma TV: Saturdays at 24:00
- BS11: Saturdays at 24:00
- Yomiuri TV: Mondays at 26:29
- Chukyo TV: Saturdays at 26:25
- AT-X: Sundays at 21:30 with repeat broadcasts Wednesdays at 29:00 and Sundays at 6:30
- ABEMA TV: Saturdays at 24:00
- In Japan, you can also stream the series on Hulu, Amazon, and Netflix, according to Eighty Six (but the release dates for the new season aren’t yet available)
You Can Only Watch Eighty-Six on Crunchyroll
At this time, if you’re in the U.S. you can only legally stream 86 episodes on Crunchyroll. (We suggest using legal streaming so the creators and animators get credit for your streams.)
Unfortunately, the series is not available to stream on sites like Hulu or Funimation at this time, unlike Attack on Titan’s streaming options. You can watch all the episodes on Crunchyroll for free if you’re not interested in seeing the latest episodes right away. The newest episodes are “unlocked” and available to watch for free about a week after they drop, when an even newer episode has aired. Or you can buy a subscription to Crunchyroll to see the new episodes right away.
According to Monsters & Critics, this newest set of episodes is being referred to as “Season 2” (even though on Crunchryoll it’s not listed as a separate season.) This is the second cour of the series (which represents a three-month block of episodes.) The first season (aka the first 11 episodes) was supposed to release in 2020 but was delayed due to the pandemic until earlier in 2021. Now the new set of episodes are releasing just a few months later. Expect this second season to be 12 episodes long.
Note: Although the series isn’t technically post-apocalyptic, the dystopian war involving mechs has enough survival elements that we are covering the anime series here on Post Apocalyptic Media.