Chainsaw Man Episode 10 will first be available on Tuesday, December 13, 2022. It’s been a long wait since some surprising revelations were dropped last week, so you’ll definitely want to stream the new episode as soon as it’s online. Below you’ll find all the details you need to learn how to watch Chainsaw Man Episode 10’s English sub online, including links for U.S. and international viewers.
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Stream Chainsaw Man Episode 10 Online in the U.S.
With only 12 episodes of Chainsaw Man in Season 1, this will be the third-to-last episode of the season (unless we learn that this is the first cour.)
In the United States, the Episode 10 sub drops at 9 a.m. Pacific/10 a.m. Mountain/11 a.m. Central/12 p.m. Eastern on Tuesday, December 13, 2022. It airs two hours earlier in Japan, leaving a lot of time for spoilers that you’ll want to deftly avoid.
Here in the U.S., the only options for streaming as soon as the new episode is available are Crunchyroll and Hulu, although Amazon will get it later too. It won’t be on Netflix or Funimation. Keep in mind that all these details are just about the sub and not the dub.
How to Stream Chainsaw Man Episode 10 on Hulu (Links)
To stream Chainsaw Man Episode 10 on Hulu, click here to go to Hulu’s main page. If you’re not subscribed to Hulu, you’ll be taken to a signup page. If you are subscribed, just type “Chainsaw Man” in the search bar, and you’ll go straight to the main page. Here you can find Episode 10 (the sub.) At the moment, that’s all that Hulu has.
If you want to watch Chainsaw Man Episode 9 on Hulu for free, Hulu offers a free trial here. This lasts for a month, and will get you through at least part of the remaining season.
How to Watch Chainsaw Man Episode 10 on Crunchyroll (Links)
To stream Chainsaw Man Episode 10 on Crunchyroll, click here to go to Crunchyroll’s main Chainsaw Man page. On the dropdown menu, choose “S1 – Chainsaw Man” to make sure you’re being shown the sub and not any of the dubs (which are a couple of weeks behind.) From this page, you’ll be able to see Episode 10 as soon as it’s available. (It may be delayed a few minutes if servers get overloaded, maybe up to an hour in some severe cases.)
To watch Chainsaw Man Episode 10 on Crunchyroll for free, you’ll need a free trial, which will work as long as you haven’t subscribed or had a free trial before. The free trial options are here at this link. They include 14-day free trials for Fan, Mega Fan, and Ultimate Fan accounts, all without ads.
Note that Chainsaw Man is not premiering on Funimation too, even though Funimation and Crunchyroll used to have similar libraries. Funimation is being merged with Crunchyroll at a future date.
Watch Chainsaw Man Episode 10 on Amazon Prime
If you’re interested in Amazon Prime, this is where things get a bit tricky.
Chainsaw Man’s episodes are available at this link on Amazon Prime. These are labeled as the original Japanese version, and the only audio listed is Japanese, without any mention of subtitles. So it’s not clear if you can access subtitled episodes this way. So far all the episodes through Episode 9 are on here, so the new episodes are being added fairly quickly (less than a week after they drop on streaming.)
The simuldubs are added to Amazon at this link, but they’re about two weeks behind. These episodes do show that subtitles are also available, but the audio language is English. So this is where you’ll want to go to get the dubs off Amazon.
How to Stream Chainsaw Man Episode 10 Outside the U.S.
To watch Chainsaw Man Episode 10 if you’re not in the United States, your streaming platform won’t be Hulu (though it could still be Crunchyroll.) Chainsaw Man’s official website (translated by Google) notes the following streaming platforms for international viewers, which are in the bulleted list below. Keep in mind that in other countries, the air time might be earlier than it is in the United States, since it drops in Japan two hours earlier each week.
- Amazon Prime Video (releases in the U.S. later than on Crunchyroll or Hulu)
- Netflix (likely just in Japan, according to Beebom)
- Ani-One (India, some Asian countries, according to Beebom)
- Animax Korea (South Korea)
- Biliable (China)
- Disney+ (Japan)
- ABEMA Premium (Japan)
- dTV (Japan)
- d Anime Store for Prime Video (Japan)
- BE (Japan)
- J:COM on Demand Mega Pack (Japan)
- milplus (Japan)
- Paravi (Japan)
- SPOOX (Japan)
- Tuesday (Japan)
- U-Next (Japan)
- WOWOW on demand (Japan)
- Animeka (Japan)
- anime times (Japan)
- All-y0u-can-eat anime (Japan)
- au smart pass premium (Japan)
- bandai channel (Japan)
- Hikari TV (Japan)
- Flat video (Japan)
- Crunchyroll is available in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS
Episode 9 Recap of Chainsaw Man
There are spoilers below for Episode 9. For a full review, see our article here.
The episode picked up right where it left off — with Himeno sacrificing herself to try to save Aki’s life. Her sacrifice was cut short by the Snake Devil, who stopped her from killing Katana Man, but Himeno herself is now gone. (Or possibly in ghost form, it’s not clear…)
There’s an interesting scene where the Ghost Devil’s hand is still “alive” and manages to sneak over to Denji and pull his chainsaw, powering him back up so he can fight. For the first time, Denji faced off in battle against one of his own kind: Katana Man. Through most of the battle, they were equally matched, until Katana Man used his secret weapon: his ability to move so fast that no one can track him or know where he’s going. He was able to slice Denji in half while he moved at this speed.
There’s a huge death count from last week. Arai was killed. Fushi (who had the unnamed Fiend who couldn’t be controlled) is now dead, along with his partner whose name we didn’t learn. (Though it’s unclear if Fushi’s Fiend partner is also gone.) The woman we met at the dinner party, whose name wasn’t shared, is also dead. Makoda somehow lived, but it’s unclear how. (However, he resigns at the end of the episode.)
We meet two new characters: Tendo and Kurose, who will be part of Division 4 at least for a short time.
Makima somehow survives being shot in the head, and we get a glimpse at how OP her powers are. It’s revealed that Makima is able to use the life force of someone to kill another person from a long distance away. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg with her.
Kobeni manages to survive the attack on Division 4, and is able to fight off the blonde and Katana Man since they’re both weakened from Makima’s attack. She’s a sharpshooter extraordinaire, along with being super fast.
We’re left with Kobeni protecting Denji, who’s still cut in half, and Makima returning to Tokyo to assess the damage. Aki is still severely wounded, and Power has disappeared. It’s anyone’s guess what will happen next.
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