Where Can I Watch The Eminence in Shadow Anime in the US?

U.S. fans’ guide to enjoying The Eminence in Shadow.

by Areeba Khan
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Based on Daisuke Aizawa’s popular light novels by the same name, The Eminence in Shadow stands out among modern isekai thanks to its unique take on the genre. A comedic yet action-filled story set in a dark fantasy world, the anime’s first season took the world by storm. Now, the series is returning for a second season with Cid and his followers, where we shall further explore the nature of the Cult of Diablos and the Shadow Garden.

But as fans of the series enjoy the new season, some U.S. fans are still unsure where to watch it. Keep reading for all the details of where you can watch The Eminence in Shadow in the U.S.

Related: Is The Eminence in Shadow Manga Finished?

Where to Stream The Eminence in Shadow Season 2?

The Eminence in Shadow’s season 2 is currently streaming exclusively on Hidive in the U.S. The platform has a short free trial, after which you must pay to enjoy its contents. New episodes are released every Wednesday as simulcasts at 7:30 AM PT / 9:30 AM CT / 10:30 AM ET, with both the English sub and dub becoming available simultaneously.

If you want to know the exact time new episodes drop in your region, check out our The Eminence in Shadow season 2 release time zone guide below!

Time Zone Release Time
Pacific Time (Los Angeles, Vancouver)7:30 AM PST
Mountain Time (Denver, Calgary)8:30 AM MST
Central Time (Chicago, Regina)9:30 AM CST
Eastern Time (New York, Toronto)10:30 AM EST
Atlantic Time (Halifax, Fredericton)11:30 AM AST
Brazil (Brasília Time)3:30 PM BST
UK and Ireland2:30 PM GMT
Europe4:30 PM CEST
Moscow 5:30 PM MSK
India8:00 PM IST
Vietnam and Thailand9:30 PM ICT
Philippines10:30 PM PHT

Where to Watch The Eminence in Shadow Season 1?

For U.S. viewers who aren’t caught up on The Eminence in Shadow’s season 1, Hidive carries all the previous episodes in addition to new ones. Other than Hidive, the anime’s season 1 is also available on Hulu, Disney Plus, and/or Prime Video depending on your region. Viewers in Japan can watch the series’ first season on Netflix.

- This article was updated on October 20th, 2023

About The Author

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Areeba Khan has been writing in the entertainment niche since 2020. Her favorite anime include Death Note, Monster, Code Geass, and Naruto. When she’s not watching or writing about anime, she likes to read, cosplay, and watch Christopher Nolan movies.