Jujutsu Kaisen Episode 39 will be broadcast in Japan on Friday, November 3, 2023 at 12:01 a.m. JST. Following a brief two-hour delay, the episode will be available on the NBS/TBS channel and available on Crunchyroll and other international platforms at 10 a.m. PT on Thursday, November 2, 2023.
Toji Fushiguro joined the ongoing battle against Dagon in the previous episode. This battle is expected to be ended in the next episode. While the teaser for the next episode does not reveal any further conflicts. Sukuna will probably going to make his comeback in Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 Episode 15.
Jujutsu Kaisen Episode 39 Release Date and How To Watch
The premiere of JJK Episode 39 is scheduled for Friday, November 3, 2023, at 12:01 a.m. JST on NBS/TBS in Japan. if you’re not in Japan and are seeing. Depending on your time zone, you can watch the English-subtitled version of the show online with some delay.
- Pacific Time Zone (PT): 10:00 A.M.
- Eastern Time Zone (ET): 1:00 P.M.
- British Summer Time Zone (BST): 06:00 P.M.
- Central European Summer Time Zone (CEST): 07:00 P.M.
The release date of JJK Episode 39 is set for NBS/TBS in Japan. The episode will be available immediately on Crunchyroll for viewers in North America and Europe. You can watch the show on Netflix in places like India and Southeast Asia around two hours after it broadcasts on Japanese TV.
Chinese residents of Bilibili are able to see the show because it is authorized for broadcast. The episode will also be available in Thailand and India on the Ani-One Asia YouTube channel. It’s important to keep in mind that watching the season on these platforms usually requires payment.
Jujutsu Kaisen Episode 39: What Can We Expect
Knowing that running away won’t cut it, Mei Mei comes up with a daring plan. She gives Ui Ui the order to give her consent to the Deity’s coffin-sealing technique in exchange for the ability to temporarily control the Deity’s powers using his own Cursed Technique. Mei Mei’s possible deadly blow is set up by this critical action.
While, Dagon, a sea-based Cursed Spirit, encounters Kento Nanami, Maki Zenin, and Naobito Zenin when they travel into Shibuya Station. Dagon changes dramatically, taking on a monstrous, Cthulhu-like form. When Megumi Fushigoro shows up with the intention of turning things around, the terrible situation takes an unexpected turn. His own father, however, stops his plan to free the people who are imprisoned in Dagon’s Domain. Toji Fushigoro enters the fight surprisingly.
The anime adaptation covered only a few pages of chapter 106 in Episode 14. as well as chapters 107 through 109 in their entirety. It is expected that episode 15 will cover chapters 110 to 114. Presenting one of the most important fights in this arc and finishing up the epic battle between Toji and Dagon.
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MAPPA has a strong chance to change the sequence of events of the Shibuya arc in Episode 15. There are going to be multiple battles in the chapters to come, and based on MAPPA’s strategy thus far, it seems likely that they will finish up one before moving on to the next.
“Sway, Part 2” is the title given to Episode 15 in the promo. The teases in the preview suggest that this episode will mainly center on Toji and Dagon’s fight sequence, which could eventually lead to the awaited reunion between Toji and Megumi. A lot of interested viewers are curious about this episode.
To wrap up, fans are excited to see what the producers have planned for JJK Episode 39 and the excitement is growing. It goes without saying that this next episode will be another exciting part of a show that is renowned for its complex story twists, intense action, and well-developed characters. As the release date gets nearer, it’s clear that fans of anime still find JJK to be extremely entertaining, and Episode 39 seems to be no different.