That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 is one of the most popular anime series of the Winter 2021 season. The 8-bit show is an Isekai about a man in his late thirties who is reincarnated in a magical world, as a slime with the ability to devour anything and take its form. It's based on a light novel of the same name. The anime will continue running through the Spring 2021 season, so here's how to watch it if you haven't started already:
As of March 2021, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime is not on Netflix. To be fair, Netflix's library consists mainly of shows that can be binged at once, rather than ongoing series. Of course, season 1, which is complete, can't be found on Netflix either, but this might change in the future as the popular streaming service often expands its anime selection.
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime is unavailable on Hulu. However, fans have been seen requesting it on Hulu Community. Other anime of the season, such as Mushoku Tensei - another Isekai - and The Promised Neverland Season 2 have already made it to Hulu, so the same might soon be true for more anime.
Crunchyroll is currently the best way to stream That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime in Japanese with English subtitles. If you are using one of the premium plans, you can start watching immediately and new episodes will become available to you upon release. A premium plan starts from $7.99 monthly, while more pricey plans come with more benefits.
You can use Crunchyroll for free but there will be ads and the latest episodes of That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 won't be available to you for several weeks.
If you like watching anime both subbed and dubbed, we have good news: The first Season of That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime is available on Funimation in English dub. The second season is currently not on Funimation in its entirety, but the dub is underway. On a recent update of their dubbing activities, Funimation confirmed that episode 26 will be available in dub from the 2nd of March.
This means that, eventually, the popular Isekai anime will be available on Crunchyroll in Japanese with subtitles, and on Funimation in English dub - so whether you prefer your anime subbed or dubbed, you will have a choice. As with Crunchyroll, you can watch Funimation for free with ads and some delays, or opt for one of the premium plans that begin from $5.99 monthly.