When is Blue Exorcist Season 3 available to stream?

Here’s how and when to watch Blue Exorcist’s third season as it prepares for its big premiere.

The third season of the franchise, Blue Exorcist: Shimane Illuminati Saga, is based on Kazue Kato’s manga series of the same name. The anime version of the manga was published in 2011, while the comic premiered in 2007. 2017 saw the premiere of Season 2, with both seasons produced by A-1 Pictures.

But now, under the direction of director Daisuke Yoshida, Studio VOLN has taken over the series. For this season, Yurie Oohigashi is the character designer, and Toshiya Ono is the scriptwriter. Volumes 10–15 of the manga will be covered in the third season.

Key moments from Blue Exorcist Season 3 are seen in the teaser, along with beloved characters like Mephisto, Rin and Yukio, Shiemi Moriyama, and the Okumura brothers. Here’s when and how to watch Season 3 of Blue Exorcist.

Blue Exorcist Season 3 date and time

The global release date of Blue Exorcist Season 3 is January 6. However, new episodes will air on Tokyo MX and other Japanese networks on January 7 at 12:30 am JST.

The streaming platform has yet to announce the official timings. However, the global release of the subbed versions usually takes around one to two hours after the original broadcast. We will update this space after the confirmation.

Where to view S3 of Blue Exorcist

On January 6, Blue Exorcist Season 3 will be accessible on Crunchyroll.

The Blue Exorcist anime’s official website summarizes the Shimane Illuminati Saga as follows: “After the Impure King’s resurrection in Kyoto, Rin and his friends defeated him and went back to True Cross Academy to resume their regular lives.”

However, as a wave of bizarre incidents starts to sweep over the world, the Knights of the True Cross start to receive an increasing number of consultations regarding demons. As this is going on, Rin and the other Exwires are trying to figure out what’s causing this strange thing at the school.

“But as the True Cross Academy Festival is in full swing, Lucifer, the King of Light and Commander-in-Chief of the Illuminati, suddenly appears. Lucifer declares war on the Knights of the True Cross—to resurrect the demon god Satan and rejoin the realm of humans, Assiah, and the realm of demons, Gehenna, as one. To do so, he states that Izumo is necessary for a certain “plan.”

Here’s a look at the trailer:

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