Chainsaw Man episode 3 and anime dub release date, start times on Crunchyroll

Chainsaw Man fans have a big day ahead of them with episode 3 of the subtitled simulcast airing on Crunchyroll, with the anime’s dub premiering a few hours later. Both of these Chainsaw Man episodes are airing on Crunchyroll on Tuesday, October 25 with episode 3 available to stream from 5pm UK time, while the dub of episode 1 will drop at 8.30pm BST. The Chainsaw Man anime will initially run for 12 episodes, with it unclear yet if this is just for a first cour – with a second part airing later on – or if it’s for the entire first season run of the anime.

For anyone looking forward to the new Chainsaw Man releases this week here are the release times for episode 3 and the dub on Crunchyroll…

Chainsaw Man anime episode 3 release (subtitled): 9am pacific, 12pm eastern, 5pm BST and 6pm CEST on Tuesday, October 25

Chainsaw Man anime dub episode 1 release: 12pm pacific time, 3pm eastern time, 8pm BST and 9pm CEST on Tuesday, October 25

If you want to tune into the Chainsaw Man anime you need to be signed up to one of the paid-for plans.

Previously Crunchyroll let users of its ad-supported plan watch new episode of simulcast shows, but that changed over the summer.

So you’ll now need to be signed up to one of the paid-for plans which begin from £4.99 a month.

These plans all include 14 day free trials so if you want to try out Crunchyroll without paying a penny you can use that to watch for free.

The upcoming release of Chainsaw Man episode 3 comes hot on the heels of episode 2, Arrival In Tokyo.

Here’s a synopsis for the most recent episode of Chainsaw Man in case you missed it…

After being taken into custody by Makima, one of the Public Safety Devil Hunters, Denji finds himself head over heels in love with her thanks to her suggestive insinuations.

Wishing to team up with Makima, Denji arrives at the Devil Hunters Headquarters in Tokyo, and gets introduced to Aki Hayakawa, a senior hunter that he was supposed to partner with. But then Hayakawa beats Denji up, and demands that he “quit this job”…