‘Demon Slayer’ season 2, episode 6: How, where to watch ‘Entertainment District Arc,’ streaming

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Episode six of “Demon Slayer (Kimetsu no Yaiba)” season two airs this Sunday, Jan. 9.

You can catch the latest episode of the “Entertainment District Arc” (as well as all of the others that came before it) by streaming it on Crunchyroll, Funimation, or Hulu.

As promised by PennLive concerning all anime and magna posts, there will be no spoilers unless otherwise stated in this article. However, the below will be mentioning the basic plot line of season two, so if you haven’t gotten to it yet (or if you’re just waiting to binge it all as soon as it’s done), maybe just skip to the streaming information breakdown, just in case.

Season two, in a nutshell, picks up after the events of “Mugen Train” with Tanjiro and crew trying to pick up the emotional pieces that’ve left them shattered (and also featuring them training a thousand times harder) when yet another Hashira comes into the mix.

This time the Hashira is Uzui Tengen—the Sound Hashira—who, on top of claiming himself to be a “god,” takes the boys to a Red-Light District in order to figure out what happened to Uzui’s three wives (all of whom we’ve now had the pleasure of seeing Uzui act affectionately towards) as well as to see what kind of demons hold power there.


Take a peep at the full streaming breakdown for episode six of “Demon Slayer” season two below:

What: “Demon Slayer (Kimetsu no Yaiba): Entertainment District Arc”

Title: “Layered Memories”

Episode Number: Five

When: Sunday, Jan. 2

Time: 11 a.m. (ET)

Where: Crunchyroll; Funimation; Hulu (free trial)