Demon Slayer Season 02 Episode 08: Release Date and Watch Online

Demon Slayer Season 02 Episode 08 is going to release on December 5, 2021. Fans are excited for new episodes to hit the streaming platforms soon.

Demon Slayer is an adventurous series that involves dark fantasy. It has its origin in Japan. At first, Demon Slayer was popular through the manga and fans were going crazy for more and more chapters.

It has been in circulation for more than 4 years. After its popularity through manga, the series got its anime adaptation that is directed by Haruo Sotozaki, whereas Ufotable is the writer of the Demon Slayer.

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Everything you need to know

The series shows a journey of an innocent boy who went through a lot very early in his life. Tanjiro Kamado’s fathers’ death left him in utter shock and it wasn’t long after his father’s death, that the burden of all the members of his beautiful family went on his little shoulders.

He became the sole provider of his house, and by selling charcoal in the nearby village every day, he commuted constantly from mountain to plain area.

Demon Slayer Season 02 Episode 08

One unfortunate day, he got very late for getting home, and the people in the village suggested that it wouldn’t be safe to return this late. He decided to stay the night having no idea the horrible experience that awaits him.

When he went home, he found his family killed by demons and his sister surviving barely. He noticed her turning into a demon, and the journey follows his struggle in turning her sister into a human and killing the demons.

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Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 8 Release Date

It is going to release on December 5, 2021. Fans are eagerly waiting for new episodes to hit the streaming platform soon. Needless to say, there are just 8 more days left for the new episodes to release soon.

Where to watch?

You can stream it on Netflix, Funimation, and Crunchyroll.

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