The final two episodes of the fourth season of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba will have an extended duration. Here's the detailed schedule:

Broadcast Schedule

  • Episode 7 (June 23): 40-minute broadcast block
  • Episode 8/Final (June 30): 60-minute broadcast block


It's essential to note that the "broadcast blocks" encompass the time slot allocated by television networks, which includes commercial breaks. Thus, the actual episode duration may differ when viewed on streaming platforms.

The previous season, which aired during Spring 2023 (April-June) in Japan, comprised eleven episodes. Crunchyroll was responsible for distributing the series in the West. The original manga by Koyoharu Gotouge was serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2016 to 2020, resulting in twenty-three compiled volumes.

Production Team

  • Director: Haruo Sotozaki (known for Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST, Tales of Zestiria the Cross, Initial D THIRD STAGE)
  • Character Design: Akira Matsushima (with assistance from Youko Kajiyama, Miyuki Satou, and Mika Kikuchi)
  • Soundtrack Composers: Yuki Kajiura and Gou Shiina

General Synopsis

Tanjirou Kamado lives with his impoverished family in a remote mountain. As the eldest son, he took on the responsibility of providing for his family after his father's demise. On a frigid winter day, he descends to the local village to sell charcoal. Forced to spend the night in the house of a peculiar man due to nightfall, he learns about the existence of malevolent demons that crave human flesh.

Upon returning home, Tanjirou's worst nightmare becomes a reality. His entire family is brutally slaughtered, with the sole exception of his sister Nezuko, who has transformed into a flesh-eating demon. Consumed by hatred and despair, Tanjirou embarks on a journey to avenge his family and find a cure for Nezuko, striving to restore her humanity.


For more information, visit the official site of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.


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