Chainsaw Man Episode 11: When and How to watch the Upcoming Demonic Contract on Crunchyroll?

The Chainsaw Man Episode 1 premiered in Japan on October 11. The action and supernatural anime directed by Tatsuya Ishihara and animated by MAPPA studio is entering its Chainsaw Man Episode 11 in the coming week.

The theme of the epic Chainsaw Man manga series is also somewhat inspired by Jujutsu Kaisen as mentioned by the author of Chainsaw Man. Interestingly, MAPPA has taken up the adaptation of the anime, which also released the humungous title Jujutsu Kaisen in 2020. Chainsaw man anime has secured a rating of 8.8/10 on IMDb. Clearly, the manga’s as well as the last 10 episodes’ fame is not to be underestimated. The adaptation of Tatsuki Fujimoto’s work is recording incredible ratings, even if it is getting surrounded by myriad controversies around the production of Studio MAPPA.

The latest controversy has been kicked up by a mom in Japan who has blamed the series and parents who allow their underage children to watch the anime. The 16+ rated Chainsaw Man anime is not only brutal, but the protagonist is uniquely fighting for the “erotic and grotesque” female body. She has been joined by many parents who do not want their children to follow up with the adventures of Denji and the devil hunters.

As controversy continues to surround Chainsaw Man and as the anime is reaching the end of its spectacular first season, fans are waiting for Chainsaw Man Episode 11 to unfurl the Demonic Contract.


Makima brings Power and Denji to Kishibe to practice fighting in Chainsaw Man Episode 10, named “Bruised & Battered.” Kishibe tells Power and Denji that Denji is immortal and Power is half-immortal as they begin their apprenticeship.

He does not hesitate to kill them numerous times daily to develop an instinctual fighting ability. Aki is receiving therapy in a hospital, and Kurose and Tendo visit him there. They both seem to be aware of his current psychological situation.


After seeing Kurose and Tendo, the two begin to go, but not before telling Aki about a woman who wants to visit him. When she eventually makes her way inside Aki’s hospital room, he seems utterly astonished. A letter from a member of Aki’s squad is given to him by the speaker.

Intriguingly, Aki’s teammate’s continuous references to saving him from losing his position with the Public Sector Devil Hunters is the message that jumps out for him in these private chats. Due to the inherent risks associated with the job, his teammate pleaded with him to resign.

This teammate is Himeno, who recently passed away after battling Sawatari and the Katana Man. It turns out that the woman who comes to Aki’s hospital room to deliver the letters is Himeno’s sister. Whenever Devil hunters pass away, their loved ones frequently vent their anger on their teammates.

However, it was interesting to see that Himeno’s sister did not treat Aki poorly and recognized how much it would likely mean to him to know that his late friend used to worry about him. At this point, Aki learns about the Future Devil, who has already forged a deal with two other Devil Hunters working for the government.

Since Aki can no longer utilize the Fox Devil and employing Curse Devil has reduced his lifespan to just two years, Kurose and Tendo now want him to sign a contract with the Future Devil. It is still being determined what the Future Devil will demand from Aki in exchange for giving his abilities.


As Kishibe is now pursuing them, the top-ranked Devil hunter in the world, these Devil hunters are in for brutal training, unlike anything these characters have ever experienced. Before setting a finger on Kishibe, they would pass away and resurrect numerous times.

The specific kind of satisfaction that comes from repeatedly witnessing two irritating characters suffers excruciating deaths may be anticipated from this episode! Kishibe will frequently destroy Denji and Power as he attempts to prove them deserving of the title of Devil Hunters.

The second most awaited moment is Aki’s interaction with the Future Devil, as the ending of Episode 10 indeed made all the fans curious about this new Devil.

Even though Aki will give much more up than what he already has to enter into a deal with this Devil, he will indeed come out of it in good shape than the first two agents do so.


The attack suffered by the hunters of devils has forced the Public Division to reorganize the forces in the field. Division 4 is merged with the other 3, with Makima placed in charge of the unit. However, in Chainsaw Man Episode 10, Denji and Power were forced to take part in brutal training. The devil hunter Kishibe is killing both repeatedly until both can not defend themselves from his attacks.

Meanwhile, while mourning Himeno’s death on a hospital bed, Aki was accosted by Kyoto’s devil hunters. To become more powerful and fulfill his dream of defeating the Devil Gun, Aki is offered to sign another contract with a devil.

In Chainsaw Man Episode 11, we will see how these two situations will end. Power and Denji decided to use all their intelligence to finally defeat Kishibe. We have to see whether the two comrades of Division 4 will be able to work jointly.

Aki, on the other hand, will know the identity of the devil he approached. Will she survive the encounter, and what kind of power will she get? 


International audiences from America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS can stream Chainsaw Man Episode 11 English sub on Crunchyroll. Hulu will also stream the Chainsaw Man subs immediately after the TV broadcast in Japan. It also streams on Prime Video from 25:00 every Tuesday of the week. TV Tokyo and several other TV broadcast channels will air the upcoming episode for Japanese fans. Since the anime is 16+ rated, its broadcast happens in a protected time slot, at around midnight.



We are another week away from Chainsaw Man Episode 11 which is scheduled for an official release on Tuesday, December 20th, at 9:00 AM PT on both Hulu and Crunchyroll. Check out the streaming schedule for Chainsaw Man Episode 11 on Crunchyroll for different locations around the world.

  • Pacific Time – 9 AM PT (Tuesday, December 20)
  • Central Time – 11 AM CT (Tuesday, December 20)
  • Eastern Time – 12 PM ET (Tuesday, December 20)
  • British Time – 5 PM GMT (Tuesday, December 20)
  • European Time – 6 PM CEST (Tuesday, December 20)
  • India Time – 10:30 PM IST (Tuesday, December 20)
  • Filipino Time – 1 AM PHT (Wednesday, December 21)
  • Japanese Time – 2 AM JST (Wednesday, December 21)


All the episodes of Chainsaw Man anime in English Subs are available in the catalog of Crunchyroll. One can take membership at $7.99/month to start with or $9.99/$14.99/month for higher tier options. Crunchyroll also offers a 14-day free trial in case you want to give it a try.


Chainsaw Man anime English Subs is also streaming on Hulu platform. One can purchase the plan at a beginning rate of $7.99/month or $14.99/month with no ads plan. If you’re already a Hulu + Live TV subscriber or have already purchased the Disney Bundle for $13.99 or $19.99/month (no ads), you can stream all the episodes.


Chainsaw Man episodes are currently streaming on Netflix Japan and select Asia regions.

How many episodes will Chainsaw Man anime have?

The Chainsaw Man manga with the first narrative arc consists of 11 volumes. The mangaka, Tatsuki Fujimoto is now working on the second saga of the series.

Along with the latest Chainsaw Man trailer released on 19th September, the number of episodes of the anime was also revealed today. As per the tweet of @MangaMoguraRE, the Chainsaw Man anime will have 12 episodes.

I know, that 12 episodes of Chainsaw Man anime do not satisfy the thirst of the fans. The count seems too few to translate Fujimoto’s work. But there is a hope that maybe 12 episodes are of the first cour of the series, with the second set of Chainsaw Man Season 2 to be announced sometime later.

About Chainsaw Man

Tatsuki Fujimoto’s manga series was serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump from December 2018 to December 2020. After its original run, a second part of the manga was announced which will continue in the Shonen Jump+ online publication

Denji is a high school student burdened with his father’s debts that need to be paid off by the Yakuza. If that isn’t dangerous enough, the story is set in a world where people’s fears materialize as devils. Denji has a Chainsaw devil dog called Pochita.

A conspiracy by the yakuza results in Denji’s death as he is killed by a devil he was sent to exterminate. By virtue of a contract with Pochita, Denji is brought back to life and merges with Pochita. As a half-devil, Denji is approached by Devil Hunters who ask him to join them to avoid being hunted.

The Chainsaw Man anime has been confirmed and will be released in the near future! In the meantime, do check out the amazing manga for the series which has sold over 11 million copies! The manga is rated 8.67/10 on My Anime List.

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