Tokyo Ghoul 10th Anniversary Project Announced; Here are All the Details!

Tokyo Ghoul anime's 10th anniversary project
In Short
  • Tokyo Ghoul's first season premiered on July 3, 2014, and the show's tenth anniversary is fast-approaching.
  • In honor of the tenth anniversary, all 48-episodes of the Tokyo Ghoul anime as well as OVAs will be released for free on Studio Pierrot's YouTube channel.
  • Starting on Friday, April 5, 2024, at 19:00 JST,  you can binge-watch the whole Tokyo Ghoul anime for free on their official YouTube channel.

Just like Dragon Ball, Death Note, and other popular anime, Tokyo Ghoul is known to be a starter anime for many fans around the globe. With an amazing first season, the anime quickly captivated the attention of the whole anime community back in the day. But we all know how things ended up with the studios butchering the legacy and reputation of the manga with Season 2.

It’s been more than six years since the final episode of Tokyo Ghoul: re was released, and since the 10th anniversary is right around the corner, the staff has announced a new project to celebrate the occasion.

Tokyo Ghoul Anime Will be Available to Stream for Free

The first episode of Tokyo Ghoul’s first season aired on July 3, 2014, and is still regarded as one of the best pilot episodes of an anime. Thus, as the decennial anniversary of its broadcast nears, it has been announced that all forty-eight episodes of the Tokyo Ghoul anime, along with OVAs, will be made available for free on Studio Pierrot’s YouTube channel.

So, you will be able to binge-watch the entire Tokyo Ghoul anime series for free starting April 5, 2024, (Friday) at 19:00 JST on their YouTube channel. This is a blessing for veteran fans to revisit the series as well as newcomers who haven’t watched Tokyo Ghoul yet.

The complete list of episodes that will be available for free on Studio Pierrot’s YouTube channel is as follows:

  • “Tokyo Ghoul” (12 episodes)
  • “Tokyo Ghoul √A” (12 episodes)
  • OVA “Tokyo Ghoul [JACK]”
  • OVA “Tokyo Ghoul [PINTO]”
  • “Tokyo Ghoul: Re” (all 12 episodes)
  • “Tokyo Ghoul: Re Final Chapter” (all 12 episodes)

That’s everything you need to know about the Tokyo Ghoul 10th-anniversary project. I’m sure many of you (including me) would have expected a remake of Tokyo Ghoul. But it looks like that is not on the card for now, and we can continue to manifest it.

That said, are you planning to re-watch Tokyo Ghoul again? Let us know in the comments below.

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  • mycologistplayful248 says:

    my disappointment is immeasurable

  • rahim says:

    i have a question
    how long the episodes will remain free?
    forever or a limited time?
    please give the answer fast

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