What date and time will episode 2 of the new anime series ‘Peach Boy Riverside’ release around the world on the Crunchyroll streaming platform?
The Summer anime slate is now underway, and most series have debuted their first episode, so what has been standing out for you?
Seirei Gensouki: Spirit Chronicles, Miss Kobayashi season 2 and Peach Boy Riverside have garnered my attention, although there are plenty more series on the ‘to-try’ list.
The latter series, Peach Boy Riverside, is the highly anticipated adaptation by Asahi Productions and returns for episode 2 later today.
Peach Boy Riverside: Episode 2 release date and time…
- Peach Boy Riverside episode 2 will release on Crunchyroll at 3: 30 PM BST on Thursday, July 8th.
This time has been officially confirmed by the streaming platform but is still subject to last-minute alterations. Episode 2 will therefore release at the following times around the world:
- Pacific Time- 7: 30 AM on Thursday, July 8th
- Central Time- 9: 30 AM on Thursday, July 8th
- Eastern Time- 10: 30 AM on Thursday, July 8th
- British Time- 3: 30 PM on Thursday, July 8th
- European Time- 4: 30 PM on Thursday, July 8th
- India Time- 8 PM on Thursday, July 8th
- Philippine Time- 10: 30 PM on Thursday, July 8th
- Australia Time- 12 AM on Friday, July 9th
How many episodes in season 1?
Season 1 of Peach Boy Riverside will consist of 12 episodes, with the season finale set for September 16th.
Crunchyroll bringing the variety …
It’s been a wonderful week for fans of anime on Crunchyroll, with the platform premiering nine new series!
On Mondays, fans can start the week with Seirei Gensouki: Spirit Chronicles and the continuation of To Your Eternity.
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime dominates Tuesdays, with Drug Store in Another World, Tsukimichi Moonlit Fantasy and Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid S filling that mid-week anime hole on Wednesday.
Peach Boy Riverside is the featured anime each Thursday, before we are welcomed into the weekend by My Next Life as a Villainess and Girlfriend Girlfriend.
Whilst My Hero Academia and Tokyo Revengers may be the biggest series of the weekend, the platform has two new additions Remake Our Lives (Saturday) and Idolish7 Third Beat (Sunday).
By Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]