Fruits Basket Season 2 Episode 15 is fast approaching and fans are now getting excited to see the continuation of the story. Fruits Basket is one of the most amazing slice-of-life anime right now, which is not surprising why fans are flocking to watch the anime series. There are still lots of character development in the story just like what we have seen in Episode 14.
Now that we’re heading to the 15th episode of Fruits Basket Second Season, we’re going to give you all the details that we know about the upcoming episode. Read on to discover when and where to watch Fruits Basket 2nd Season Episode 15. We will also be detailing the US and UK’s release date and time. Without further ado, let’s get started.
Fruits Basket Season 2 Episode 15 Premiere Date
Fruits Basket Season 2 Episode 15 will be released on Tuesday, July 14, 2020, at exactly 12:30 AM (JST). This release time and date are based on the episode’s premiere in Japan, which means that if you want to be the first to watch the new episode, you might want to convert it to your local timezone.
Assuming that you’re from the United States, you can watch the Fruits Basket 2nd Season Episode 15 on Monday, July 13, 2020, at 11:30 AM (EDT). For the fans in the United Kingdom and nearby countries, the episode will also be live on the 14th of July at 4:30 PM (BST).
Fruits Basket Season 2 Episode 15 Streaming
Fans residing in Japan can watch the new episode of Fruits Basket 2nd Season on TV Tokyo and TV Aichi. If you’re outside of Japan or don’t have the access to these local TV channels, you can catch Sohma and the gang by streaming the episode online.
As of the moment, the second season of Fruits Basket is exclusively streaming on Crunchyroll, Funimation, Animelab, and VRV. Note that these are premium streaming platform, so you need to be a subscriber if you want to watch the Fruits Basket’s new episode.
Can’t find the latest episode from the listed sources? In case this happens, we recommend checking the Fruits Basket’s official website and social media channels such as Twitter and Facebook. If there’s any delay or schedule changes, they are usually informing their fans about the delay.