Best Upcoming Anime Series For Fall 2022

The start of 2022 couldn’t have been better with shows like Demon Slayer, Attack on Titan, Classroom of the Elite, and Overlord. However, these aren’t the only popular shows this year has to offer. Most of the upcoming anime series are at par with shows like Demon Slayer and AOT when it comes to popularity.

While some popular anime series will return with a new season, a few will be making a fresh start on the screens. However, it’s well known that even these new TV shows will shatter all the records. So, get ready to experience the finest of all the anime shows arriving in Fall 2022.

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9/9 My Hero Academia

Fall 2022 is bringing My Hero Academia back with its much-awaited Season 6. The new season will adapt the Paranormal Liberation Front arc from the manga, which means Izuku Midoriya’s story will see massive changes. The fans need to prepare themselves to encounter a few deaths as well.

BONES is working on Season 6 ‘s animation, with Kenji Nagasaki on the director’s seat. If you haven’t watched any of the previous seasons of MHA, it’s the perfect time to binge-watch the series. My Hero Academia follows the life of Izuku, a powerless boy in a world full of superheroes and villains. However, All Might – The World’s most powerful superhero – gives the young boy an opportunity to enroll at UA High, a school for heroes.

Release Date: October 1st, 2022
Where to watch:
Crunchyroll

8/9 Mob Psycho 100

There’s no match for Mob’s psychic abilities nor this show’s popularity. The idea of hiding incredible powers in a silly-looking character who always finds himself in trouble worked quite well for the creators. That’s why the show’s first two seasons were a huge hit, and fans are desperate for the anime’s return this fall.

Just like My Hero Academia, Mob Psycho 100 is also produced by BONES. So, it’s pretty evident that we’ll experience unparalleled animation in the coming season. Mob has been a vessel of vast psychic abilities since a very young age. He constantly uses his powers to eliminate the evil spirits and impress his longtime crush, Tsubomi. Due to the suppressed emotions growing inside of Mob, he threatens to cross all the limits of his abilities.

Release date: October 5th, 2022
Where to watch:
Netflix and Crunchyroll

7/9 Blue Lock

We don’t get sports-related anime shows that often, but fortunately, Fall 2022 is bringing Blue Lock, an anime series based on soccer. The manga of Blue Lock started its serialization in 2018, and since then, it has earned massive popularity among sports genre fans. The anime adaptation of the series was greenlit in August 2021, and now we are finally close to its official release.

After getting fed up with their defeat in FIFA, the Japanese Football Union hired Ego Jinpachi, who came up with a training institution called Blue Lock. Yoichi Isagi also joined the program to become the best soccer player in the world.

Release date: October 8th, 2022
Where to watch:
Crunchyroll

6/9 Chainsaw Man

This show is what makes fall 2022 special for the anime community. Although Chainsaw Man will be coming with its first season, it’s obvious that the series will take the internet by storm. It’s pretty amazing to see how a manga that started its serialization not long back has surpassed most of the long-running manga series in popularity.

Chainsaw Man is set in a world where the Devils are born with human fear. These Devils are creepy and daunting, but humans can form contracts with them and gain their powers after paying a hefty price. The anime series will follow the life of one such individual, Denji, who forms a contract with a devil named Pochita.

Release date: October 2022
Where to watch:
Crunchyroll

5/9 Spy X Family

Fans asked to see more of the Forger family and their great spy adventures. Well, their wish has come true because the legendary anime show is confirmed to return in fall 2022. The 2nd Cour of the first season will feature little bits of comedy, great thriller moments, and jaw-dropping action. The first season of the series is booked for 25 episodes, and as the first cour gave us twelve delightful episodes, we are yet to experience the story in the remaining thirteen.

Loid Forger is on a special mission to maintain peace between Westalis and Ostania. But, the real obstacle in his work is Donovan Desmont. To get closer to Donovan, Loid comes up with a plan and creates a fake family with Anya as his daughter and Yor as his wife.

Release date: October 2022
Where to watch:
Netflix and Crunchyroll

4/9 To Your Eternity

With a rating of 8.5 on IMDB, To Your Eternity is a show that should definitely be on your watch list. The first season of the series aired in 2021, with 20 episodes in total. So, if you want to enjoy the second season, the timing couldn’t be better to binge-watch the first season. But, if you find it hard to handle an anime with a heart-wrenching story, it’s better to skip To Your Eternity. Every single episode will make you sink more and more into sadness.

To Your Eternity’s story revolves around Fushi – a young boy roaming in the Arctic. He meets a fox, and the two start to share a unique bond of friendship and help each other survive the harsh environment. But, the boy has a history, and the wolf is also a mystery.

Release date: October 2022
Where to watch:
Crunchyroll

3/9 Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out!

Fall 2022 won’t be dry for fans who love watching rom-com anime series. Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out! is finally coming with a season 2 after it was announced not long after the season one finale in 2020.

The main character of the series, Hana Uzaki, is an extrovert and full of life, while her fellow schoolmate, Shinichi Sakurai loves being all by himself. To spend more time with Shinichi, Uzaki starts to follow and annoy him, which starts a sweet tale of friendship between the two.

Release date: October 2022
Where to watch:
Crunchyroll

2/9 Golden Kamuy

Fans love Golden Kamuy for its nuanced depiction of historical Japan in the early twentieth century. The series has so far given us three seasons, and we will be getting the fourth one in October 2022. After the TV series, fans can also enjoy the live-action adaptation of Golden Kamuy that was greenlit in April 2022.

Saichi Sugimoto is a Russo-Japanese war veteran who comes across a map that might lead him to unexpected fortunes. But, it turns out that Saichi is not the only one behind the treasure. Fearless soldiers and merciless killers are looking for the treasure as well. With the help of an Ainu girl, Aspirpa, Saichi makes every effort to obtain the treasure.

Release date: October 2022
Where to watch:
Crunchyroll and Funimation

1/9 Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War

Bleach is considered one of the finest anime of all time, which ran from October 2004 to March 2012 with 366 episodes in total. The episode count might seem high initially, but there’s no turning back once you start watching Bleach. The show features some of the best-written anime characters with a story that’ll never stop surprising you with its twists.

After years of hiatus, the anime show is finally coming back to adapt the Final arc of the manga series. Being the final season, Thousand Year Blood War will conclude the long-going war between Ichigo Kurosaki and Yhwach. Tomohisa Taguchi – known for incredible work in Twin Star Exorcists, and Akudama Drive – is the director and writer of the final season.

Release date: October 2022
Where to watch:
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