Crunchyroll Spring 2024 Anime Season

“Kaiju No. 8,” “Black Butler – Public School Arc,” “Konosuba – God’s Blessing On This Wonderful World,” “Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation,” “Viral Hit,” “Wind Breaker,” “A Condition Called Love,” and more!

40+ New, Returning, and Continuing Series Streaming New Episodes Every Week

Crunchyroll Spring 2024 Lineup

The Spring 2024 anime season begins this April and Crunchyroll will be bringing more than 40 new, returning, and continuing series to fans around the world. Streaming new episodes every week from Japan, check out some of the hottest series from Crunchyroll’s Spring 2024 lineup along with the full list below.

In a world plagued by Kaiju, Kafka Hibino’s promise to enlist in The Defense Force is reawakened in the hotly anticipated new sci-fi monster series Kaiju No. 8, premiering on April 13.

By order of Her Majesty, Ciel and Sebastian investigate the disappearance of students at Weston College in Black Butler -Public School Arc-. Returning nearly 10 years later after its original run, the beloved fan-favorite series premieres its new arc on April 13.

The dysfunctional party is back, but they may be short a member soon ’cause Kazuma wants to become a monk in KONOSUBA -God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World! 3. The comedic isekai shenanigans returns for a third season on April 10.

Click the link below for the full spring lineup coming to Crunchyroll!

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