SPY×FAMILY is slowly becoming a global hit thanks to the anime, which is slowly adapting the popular manga series. The story of SPY×FAMILY is unique in many ways and it is absolutely no surprise that fans around the world are eagerly waiting for Crunchyroll to release new episodes of this amazing new anime series. While we’re waiting for these new episodes, we are going to tell you everything you need to know about the upcoming Episode 10 of SPY×FAMILY, which is set to air on June 11, 2022.
From what we know at this moment, Episode 10 of SPY×FAMILY is going to be released on June 11, 2022. The episode’s title is going to be “The Great Dodgeball Plan” (Japanese: ドッジボール大作戦, Dojjibōru Daisakusen). The previous episode aired on June 4, 2022.
This is the official release schedule for SPY×FAMILY Episode 10, which reveals when you can expect the episode to air, based on where you are in the world.
The plot of SPY×FAMILY Episode 10 is not known at this moment. In this section, we are, thus, going to bring you a recap of Episode 9, so that you can roughly know what to expect from the plot in Episode 10:
Unable to bear to see Yor kiss another man, Yuri tries to stop him and inadvertently gets slapped in the face by a drunk and embarrassed Yor. Even though he still refuses to acknowledge the marriage, Yuri somehow accepts Loid. Now that she knows about Yuri’s connection to the SSS, Loid begins to harbor doubts about Yor’s true motives, while on the other hand, Yor is depressed at her apparent incompetence as her wife.
The next day, Loid places a listening device on Yor and employs Franky’s help, disguising himself as SSS officers and interrogating her on false accusations. However, Yor’s emotional declaration of faith by her brother and her husband convinces them that she is sincere about her relationship. Later, Loid meets Yor on his way home and destroys the listening device. She also advises Yor that she doesn’t need to worry about looking like a proper wife, as long as she is comfortable with herself. They affirm each other to remain as they are, even as a fictional family.
The only places where you can watch SPY×FAMILY on a regular basis are Crunchyroll and Hulu. Crunchyroll and Hulu offer the series regularly through simulcast, but you’ll have to watch it in Japanese, with English subtitles. Other streaming services do offer SPY×FAMILY as well, but the episodes are not updated regularly so you won’t be able to watch the latest ones. Also, do remember that Crunchyroll and Hulu do not offer SPY×FAMILY episodes in every region of the world.