A new teaser trailer for part 2 has revealed that the release window for Spy x Family season 1 episode 13 will be October 2022. This information was revealed in the trailer.

The excellent Spy x Family anime series reached the final episode of its 2022 Spring broadcast slate on June 25th, making it the last episode of the series overall.

Fans were understandably upset almost as soon as the credits rolled on the final episode of “Penguin Park,” which is due to the fact that Anya, Loid, and Yor will not be appearing on our weekends for a considerable amount of time…

The good news is that fans won’t have too much longer to hold their breath before the next episode of Spy x Family!

Spy x Family will return later this year for season 1 part 2, and the release timetable for episode 13 has now been revealed thanks to a new teaser trailer. Here is all that fans need to know about the show’s comeback, including the status of season 2, which is still TBA at this time.


Even though followers of the Spy x Family anime will be disappointed to learn that the series has come to an end, people all across the world will be able to look forward to a second part being broadcast later in 2022.

Back in December 2021, it was confirmed, along with the main voice cast, that the first season of Spy x Family will be published over the course of two non-consecutive courses. This information was shared both domestically in Japan and internationally via Crunchyroll.

Because a cour in Japan is a programming block that lasts for three months, the winter season of anime airs from January to March, the spring season from April to June, the summer season from July to September, and the fall season from October to December (Fall).

Only a few minutes after the conclusion of the domestic broadcast in Japan the week before last, a fresh new teaser trailer for Spy x Family season 1 part 2 was published online. This confirmed that the release window for episode 13 would be October 2022.

The future DVD sales of the anime in Japan have, to our great relief, also disclosed that season 1 part 2 of the anime would consist of thirteen episodes.

This indicates that Spy x Family will make its comeback on the Fall slate and will either release on Saturday, October 1st or Saturday, October 8th, depending on which Saturday falls within the domestic programming block of the recently ended broadcast.

To restate, the anime series Spy x Family will continue with the remaining 13 episodes in October 2022 after the mid-season finale, which is episode 12 titled “Penguin Park.” The series is scheduled to resume in October 2022.


Spy x Family has been a welcome change of pace during an otherwise disappointing spring season. The show has been a source of inspiration. The popular series is either the highest-rated or the second-highest-rated anime of the April-June lineup on practically every single user-based feedback website.

The anime has received a rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars on Anime Planet, 4.9 out of 5 stars on Crunchyroll Reviews, 88 percent on Anilist, and 8.8 out of 10 stars on IMDB. It has also spent 12 weeks in a row on the AniTrendz Top 10 fan polls, naturally reaching its highest position of 1st place for the majority of its broadcast.

Additionally, on MyAnimeList, which has over 399,000 reviews and 850,000 members, Spy x Family has been given a rating of 8.89 out of 10. Not only does this make Spy x Family the series with the second-highest ratings from the 2022 Spring slate on MAL, but it also makes it the 21st highest-rated anime in the history of the medium.

“Spy X Family not only lived up to but also surpassed my expectations. All of this is elevated due to the direction, the comic timing, the faces and mouths, and the well-executed action that is very satisfying managing to mix comedy with the serious moments.” “Twilight’s cold autistic behavior is well represented by his inner monologue, which is even more of a surprise, since his interaction with the adorable anya is quite charismatic. — User YusukeU, through MAL.


Spy x Family, along with Kaguya-sama season 4, was one of the two series that had the greatest ratings during the spring season of 2022, and most anime fans should be aware of this fact by this point.

The scores that were mentioned before are well merited, as each of the Forger’s brought the buzz and the humor in each and every one of the show’s first twelve episodes that were broadcast. The constancy is one of the characteristics of Spy x Family that really jumps out to us at HITC and is one of the reasons why we enjoy the show so much.

It is quite unusual for a season of 12 episodes to maintain such a high level of consistency from week to week, with the exception of big series such as Attack on Titan, Demon Slayer, and My Hero Academia. The majority of each and every episode focused on a plotline that either advanced the primary narrative of Operation Strix or provided an opportunity for some outstanding character growth. These plotlines were included in the majority of the show’s running time.

It is possible that this is the reason why Loid, Yor, and Anya became such fan favorites after only a few episodes; it is not because of the writing or voice acting (which are both exceptional), but rather because we saw natural development between the ways in which they experienced and interacted with one another.

In the last episodes of the first part of the first season, there are times when you completely forget about the journey that these individuals have been on over the course of the previous few episodes; this is one of the hallmarks of successful character development.

Spy x Family has already been a huge hit, but if the pacing for the second half of the first season can remain as strong as it now is, the show will undoubtedly become an even bigger success story.

In the works is a musical based on the Spy X family

If you are aching for more Spy x Family content and you are planning a vacation to Japan, there will soon be a stage musical version of the hit series opening up around the country. If you are interested in attending one of these performances, you can get more information here.

The play will be known simply as “Musical Spy x Family,” and it is scheduled to make its debut at Tokyo’s Imperial Theatre in March 2023. After that, it will go on tour around the country from April to May.

Although the official cast has not yet been made public, the initial story did state that auditions for the role of Anya were already in progress.

Unfortunately, there has been no news regarding the musical’s potential arrival in either Europe or North America. The good news is that a foreign production company might pick up the show for a global mission if the anime series can maintain its great broadcast through season 1 part 2, and if the musical is successful in Japan.

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