That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Episode 8

During this period of being reborn as a slime, we follow a man in his late thirties who goes from a relatively aimless life to a life full of color where he can prove his worth but has to do it in slime form.

In his new magic world, the slime form brought special advantages and abilities, such as swallowing everything and receiving its form. After befriending and helping a dragon, he was given the name Rimuru. From there he continued his search and became friends.
In Episode 7, Rimuru managed to survive his fight with Hinata and returned to Storm. However, this didn’t end with the problem; The storm hit and many residents died. Rimuru gathered his advice in anticipation of another attack from Falmouth Kindom.

Release Date:

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2, Episode 8 (also called Episode 32 on Crunchyroll social media, including 24 episodes of Season 1), it will come out next Tuesday, March 2, 2021 in Japan. Crunchyroll Premium users will also be able to watch the episode on that date.

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Crunchyroll users without the bonus will have to wait several weeks as all episodes after the third part of the second season are currently only available to first class users.

Season 2 Episode 8 Release Time:

Like every week That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2Episode 8 will come out on Tuesday at 11 pm JST. Depending on your time zone, you may have access to the episode sooner or later. For the United States and Canada, this will be around 9:00 am and for Central Europe around 3:00 pm.

Where to Watch???

The first season of That Time I Got Reincarnated as Slime is available for Crunchyroll and Funimation.
Currently, Season 2 is only available on Crunchyroll in Japanese with English subtitles. The first season is available on Funimation for English doubles. The anime is very popular, which means Season 2 can be re-recorded after it ends. If you are in Australia or New Zealand you can also use AnimeLab.
If you’re curious, start the 14-day free trial to watch all available episodes and decide if Crunchyroll is right for you. From there, premium plans start at $ 7.99 per month.