Fall 2020 Anime: What you should watch


By Drey McGrew

“These here are just a couple anime coming this fall”

The transition from summer to fall not only provides new seasonal weather, for anime watchers, but it also provides a new season of anime being introduced and/or returning. This autumn is packed with tons of exciting anime that fans all over the world have been anticipating since last year. The variety of anime coming this fall is so diverse, ranging from supernatural titles and magic to sports and highschool settings, it is almost guaranteed that fans can stay intrigued until the next season rolls around.

Among the highly anticipated shows coming to screen is, “Jujutsu Kaisen ”, a supernatural shounen anime that is being adapted from its upcoming and very popular manga. With demons, sorcery, and mysteries, what more could one want out of an anime? The studio producing “Jujutsu Kaisen” is very well praised, known for their high-quality animation, the expectations for this anime are off the charts.

Another anime tv show fans are excited about is the return of the final season of “Haikyuu”. This show, arguably the most popular sports anime of the new generation, will be seeing its conclusion this coming fall; “Haikyuu ”is an anime about a high school volleyball team and the bond between each player on the team, It is a coming of age anime that many teens enjoy because they can relate to it so much. “First releasing in 2015, ‘Haikyuu’ has a total of 3 and a half seasons, season 4 being aired this fall.”

Tv shows aren’t the only form of anime coming this fall, “Demon Slayer” hit release anime which will be having a movie released this fall. The movie “Demon Slayer: Mugen Train” will pick up right after where the anime show left off, the story follows a teenage brother and sister in the Taisho era of Japan. After his sister is turned into a demon, the brother must find a way to cure his sister and protect his sister from other demons and the demon slayers hunting them.

These are just a couple of animes coming this fall, there is much more anime releasing so it’s up to you to find what fits your taste. All of these anime can be streamed on Crunchyroll or Funimation on any device.