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How to Watch Chainsaw Man’s Episode 5 Dub Online

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The Chainsaw Man Episode 5 dub is almost here. We thoroughly enjoyed Episode 4 and are definitely ready for the newest dub. Here are all the details on where you can watch Chainsaw Man’s Episode 5 dub in English online.

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Stream the Chainsaw Man Episode 5 Dub Online

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Chainsaw Man Episode 5’s English dub drops on Tuesday, November 22 at 12:30 p.m. Pacific. If you’re in a different time zone, that’s 1:30 p.m. Mountain/2:30 p.m. Central/3:30 p.m. Eastern. Crunchyroll confirmed with Post Apocalyptic Media that this will remain the premiere time for the foreseeable future. 

It looks like Thanksgiving week isn’t going to affect the premiere date either, so that’s good news!

If you want to watch the dub as soon as it’s available, your only option is Crunchyroll. The new dub isn’t on Hulu yet and it won’t be on Funimation either. Hulu may eventually get the dubs, but likely not until the season has been completed on Crunchyroll. 

To watch the Chainsaw Man Episode 5 dub on Crunchyroll: Click here to go to Crunchyroll’s Chainsaw Man page. Scroll down and you should see S1. Change the dropdown menu to “Chainsaw Man S1 – English Dub.” The newest dub will be added to this page once it’s available. (Dubs in other languages are also available.) 

Crunchyroll has free trials for new users too. You can find the free trial options here. They include 14-day free trials for Fan, Mega Fan, and Ultimate Fan accounts. All three include no ads.


How to Watch the English Dubs on Amazon

Amazon Prime is also dropping the English dubs, but not at the same time as Crunchyroll. They’re being added on a delay, and the exact schedule is unclear. 

Amazon Prime has English dubs for Episodes 1 and 4 available here. Episodes 2 and 3 have also been added, but it’s not clear if these are only in Japanese, since it doesn’t list audio information for those episodes. Since Episode 4’s dub is already there, this means that Episode 5 will be added before too long too. But it won’t be at the same time as Crunchyroll. 

Chainsaw Man Episodes 1 through 6 are also available in non-dub form on Amazon Prime, but those are the Japanese versions. 


Episode 4 Recap

You can read our full review of Episode 4 here, and we’re including a brief recap below for anime-only viewers. 

There are spoilers below for Episode 4. 

The episode begins with a flashback from Power’s pre-Public Safety days, while she and Meowy were growing closer. We quickly learn that both Power and Meowy survived being swallowed by the Bat Devil, and sweet Meowy appears to be completely unfazed. 

Denji finds himself in an intense battle against the Leech Devil, who was the Bat Devil’s partner. Because he lost so much blood, Denji couldn’t transform into his full form, but he still held his own for a long time. But it wasn’t enough. Just before he was going to be eaten, Aki Hayakawa appears and calls a Fox Devil named Kon. 

After this amazing scene, we meet the rest of Hayakawa’s Division 4 team for the first time.

This episode had some genuinely enjoyable moments with Hayakawa, which included some “slice of life” scenes from a typical morning in his life. At the end, Power burst in as a new roommate and disrupted everything, which was quite comical. And Denji finally achieved his big life goal. 

All in all, this was a fun episode that stayed true to the quality of animation and storytelling we’ve enjoyed so far. 

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Stephanie Dwilson started Post Apocalyptic Media with her husband Derek. Her favorite shows of all-time are Attack on Titan, Battlestar Galactica and Lost, and she's always happy to talk about her cats. 🙂 She's a licensed attorney (currently not-practicing) and has a master's in science and technology journalism.

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