Spy x Family season 1 episode 13 Confirmed Release date and time?

by Narendra

In a new teaser trailer for the second part of Spy x Family season 1, episode 13 has been confirmed for October 2022.

The fantastic Spy x Family anime series wrapped up its 2022 Spring broadcast schedule on June 25th with its final episode.

The loss of Anya, Loid, and Yor to our weekends for the foreseeable future was felt immediately after the final credits of “Penguin Park.”

Fortunately, the wait for Spy x Family’s return isn’t going to be as long as you might think. While the second season of Spy x Family is still up in the air, a new teaser trailer has confirmed that episode 13 will be released later this year – here are all the details.

Spy x Family season 1 episode 13 will release in October 2022

For those who are sad to see the series end, there will be a second part airing later in 2022 for all of us to look forward to.

Over two non-consecutive courses in December 2021, Spy x Family’s first season was announced to include the main cast, as well as a number of additional cast members.

When it comes to programming in Japan, a cour is a three-month period, which is why anime seasons run from January to March, April to June, July to September, October to December, and November to December (Fall).

A brand new teaser trailer for Spy x Family season 1 part 2 was shared online just minutes after the Japanese domestic broadcast concluded last week, confirming the release window for episode 13 had been set for October 2022.

As a consolation prize, it has been revealed that Season 1 Part 2 will contain 13 episodes via upcoming Japanese DVD sales.

In accordance with the recently concluded broadcast’s domestic programming block, Spy x Family will return to the Fall slate and release on either Saturday, October 1st or Saturday, October 8th.

Finally, Spy x Family episode 12 “Penguin Park,” which will air in October 2022, is only a mid-season finale for the anime.

Spy x Family the second-highest-rated series from the 2022 

Spy x Family has been a welcome change of pace during an otherwise underwhelming 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 almost 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 Loid, Yor, and Anya may have become fan favorites

Spy x Family, along with Kaguya-sama season 4, was one of the most-watched anime series of the spring of 2022.

Each of the Forger’s scores above is well-deserved, as the show’s first 12-episode run featured weekly doses of excitement and levity. Consistency is one of Spy x Family’s most notable features for us here at HITC.

There are only a handful of other 12-episode seasons that maintain such a high level of consistency week in and week out, like Attack on Titan, Demon Slayer, and My Hero Academia. In the vast majority of the episodes, the main storyline of Operation Strix was either progressed or allowed for some great character development.

Loid, Yor, and Anya may have become fan favorites because of this, not because of the writing or voice acting (which are both excellent), but because of the natural development between their experiences and interactions.

A hallmark of strong character development is when, near the end of Season 1 Part 1, you forget about the journey these characters have just begun.

Spy x Family’s pacing in season 1 part 2 has been excellent so far, and it would be great if it could continue in this vein.

Spy x Family season 1, episode 13 Fans reactions, ratings

Most anime fans know by now that Kaguya-sama season 4 and Spy x Family were the two highest-rated shows in the spring of 2022.

All of those scores are well-deserved, because each of the Forger’s brought the hype and humor every week during its first 12 episodes. One thing that really stands out to us at HITC about Spy x Family is how consistent it is.

Except for big shows like Attack on Titan, Demon Slayer, and My Hero Academia, it’s very rare for a 12-episode season to be so consistent each week. Most of each episode had a storyline that either moved the main plot of Operation Strix forward or gave the characters a chance to grow and change in great ways.

This may be why Loid, Yor, and Anya became such fan favorites after only a few episodes. It wasn’t because the writing or voice acting were so good (though they were), but because their experiences and interactions led to natural growth.

At the end of part 1 of season 1, there are times when you forget how far these characters have come in just a few episodes. This is a classic sign of good character development.

We’re keeping our fingers crossed that season 1 part 2 will keep up this good pace, which would make Spy x Family an even bigger hit.