Crunchyroll Announces Fall 2022 Anime Schedule

Crunchyroll as a streaming service has carved out quite the anime niche, becoming a platform that houses the biggest anime franchises around. With this fall season set to be the biggest in recent memory, the platform has shared a breakdown when it comes to the weekly releases that are set for the remainder of September as well as the large number of titles that will be arriving next month. Needless to say, there's plenty to choose from. 

The anime streaming wars have heated up these past few years, with the likes of Hulu, HBO Max, HDive, Netflix, and Crunchyroll all aiming for anime supremacy by not only adding classic franchises to their roster but also creating anime originals to help propel their streaming services above competitors. With Crunchyroll adding some major titles to their roster next month, some of the biggest franchises are either returning or making their debut on the platform. Now, Crunchyroll has confirmed a number of the series that will be hitting in the coming weeks: 

September 24th
I'm The Villainess, So I'm Taming the Final Boss

September 29th
Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Die Neue These – Season 4

October 1st
My Hero Academia – Season Six
Spy x Family – Season One (Second Cours)
Uzaki-Chan Wants to Hang Out! – Season Two
Berserk: The Golden Age Arc – Memorial Edition
Pop Team Epic – Season Two
Raven of the Inner Palace

October 2nd
Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch From Mercury
Beast Tamer
Idolish! Third Beat!

October 4th
Shinobi Ittoki 
Vazzrock The Animation

October 5th 
Mob Psycho 100 – Season Three
Do It Yourself!!
Muv-Luv Alternatives – Season Two
The Human Crazy University

October 7th
The Legend of Mana – The Teardrop Crystal

October 8th
Bocchi The Rock!

October 11th 
Chainsaw Man

Chainsaw Man might just be the biggest franchise arriving on Crunchyroll for the first time next month, though it does have competition thanks in part to Spy x Family, which arrived earlier this year and took off thanks to the hilarious antics of the Forger Family. When the smoke clears, it will be interesting to see which of these two stories was able to strike a chord the most amongst anime viewers.

Which series are you most looking forward to revisiting come this fall anime season? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics and anime.

Via Press Release