Demon Slayer season 4, episode 7 release date and new streaming time on Crunchyroll

Demon Slayer season 4 episode 7
(Image credit: ©Koyoharu Gotoge / SHUEISHA, Aniplex, ufotable)

The Demon Slayer season 4, episode 7 release date has been confirmed and it sure looks like we're on the home stretch of the Hashira Training arc.

If you want to watch the new Demon Slayer episode the second it drops, you'll need our guide to your streaming options. Below, you will find the Demon Slayer season 4, episode 7 release date and streaming time on Crunchyroll in the US and UK. There's also the full Demon Slayer season 4 release schedule, and talk of an episode count.

For more from the new season, dive into our complete guide to Demon Slayer season 4. Still playing catch up with one of the best anime around? You'll need to know how to watch Demon Slayer in order. It's slightly more confusing than it appears at first glance.

Demon Slayer season 4, episode 7 release date: what time is it on Crunchyroll?

Demon Slayer season 4 episode 7

(Image credit: ©Koyoharu Gotoge / SHUEISHA, Aniplex, ufotable)

The Demon Slayer season 4, episode 7 release date is June 23 at 8:45 AM Pacific and 11:45 AM Eastern on Crunchyroll. That's 4:45 PM BST in the UK.

For other regions, use the time zone converter.

That's two hours earlier than the original Demon Slayer release time, and it appears that'll stay that way until the end of the current season.

Demon Slayer season 4 release schedule

Demon Slayer season 4 episode 7

(Image credit: ©Koyoharu Gotoge / SHUEISHA, Aniplex, ufotable)
  • Demon Slayer season 4, episode 1 - May 12, 2024 - out now!
  • Demon Slayer season 4, episode 2 - May 19, 2024 - out now!
  • Demon Slayer season 4, episode 3 - May 26, 2024 - out now!
  • Demon Slayer season 4, episode 4 - June 2, 2024 - out now!
  • Demon Slayer season 4, episode 5 - June 9, 2024 - out now!
  • Demon Slayer season 4, episode 6 - June 16, 2024 - out now!
  • Demon Slayer season 4, episode 7 - June 23, 2024
  • Demon Slayer season 4, episode 8 - June 30, 2024

Demon Slayer season 4 kicked off with a one-hour episode in May, titled 'To Defeat Muzan Kibutsuji'.

It is expected that new episodes will air on Sundays across June and (potentially) July.

The current confirmed Demon Slayer season 4 release schedule is listed above. We'll update this page once the full schedule has been revealed.

Demon Slayer season 4 episode count: how many episodes are in the Hashira Training arc?

Demon Slayer season 4 episode 7

(Image credit: ©Koyoharu Gotoge / SHUEISHA, Aniplex, ufotable)

As is usually the case with new anime, we don't get the full lowdown on episode counts until a few episodes into the season. 

However, a quick glance at the manga suggests we're in line for a shorter season here, potentially only seven-to-eight episodes

By comparison, the first season consisted of 26 episodes. From there, we had shorter arcs such as Mugen Train (seven episodes), Entertainment District (11 episodes) and Swordsmith Village arc (11 episodes). So don't be surprised if Hashira Training follows that pattern and ends in late June.

The most recent episodes, however, stretched only a handful of pages from the manga into a full episode, and topped it up with original anime material. If it continues in that vein, it could easily reach 11 episodes - but we hear it could be eight episodes.

Where can I watch Demon Slayer season 4?

Demon Slayer season 4 episode 7

(Image credit: ©Koyoharu Gotoge / SHUEISHA, Aniplex, ufotable)

Demon Slayer season 4 can be watched exclusively on Crunchyroll.

The first three seasons of Demon Slayer are also available on Netflix in some regions.


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