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Spy × Family: Episode 12 Season 1: release date, time and where to watch online

When and where to watch for free the new episode 12 of Spy x Family, the last one before the summer hiatus of this first season, available on Crunchyroll.

We don't know how we're going to survive a summer with no World Cup, no One Piece and no Spy x Family, but it looks like we're going to find out the hard way. The popular series on Crunchyroll goes on vacation for four months and interrupts its first season after this week's episode. We'll have to enjoy it and say goodbye to the series in style. Therefore, and after the emotional revelation about Anya a few days ago, let's take a look at when and where to watch episode 12 of Spy x Family now.

Where to watch Spy x Family for free?

The popular family of spies, the Forger family, shares their adventures every Saturday on Crunchyroll, where they follow the Japanese broadcasting rhythm. Their first chapters are available totally free, although for the rest we will have to subscribe to Crunchyroll premium or premium+, with some extra advantages. This is priced at $7.99 and $9.99 respectively, although a free 14-day premium trial is also available for new users, in case you want to use this option.

Episode 12 is called Penguin Park and will arrive on June 25 at 8:30 AM PT. In the preview we can preview a break from the main plots for a visit to the aquarium with our favorite spies, assassins and telepaths.

Crunchyroll is a streaming platform like Netflix, but specialized in anime that allows you to watch part of its catalog for free, but with ads and low quality (maximum resolution of 480p). This is precisely how you can enjoy the first chapters of Spy x Family But if we want to see all episodes of the series without ads and in high definition (HD) we must subscribe to Crunchyroll premium (or premium+).

Spy x Family episode 12: release date and time

The air time for Spy x Family is always the same: Saturdays at 11:30 AM ET / 8:30 AM PT. It's the perfect plan to remember the Saturday morning cartoon-watching era.

Source | Crunchyroll