The Best” Seven Deadly Sins Watch Order” Guide to Follow!

The Seven Deadly Sins watch order

The Seven Deadly Sins is one of the best fantasy stories out there. It completely captivates the viewers with one hell of an op character (a little perverted too) and phenomenal side characters.

If you have been thinking of watching the anime, you might as well do it right away. In this article of The Seven Deadly Sins watch order, we’ll recommend you the best order.

The Seven Deadly Sins Watch Order!

1. The Seven Deadly Sins

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The first anime of the franchise is titled “The Seven Deadly Sins,” which is also the first season. Once you’ve decided to watch the anime, start with this part.

It introduces you to the important characters and also gives you an excellent introduction to the story by developing the excitement in you a little by little.

2. The Seven Deadly Sins: Signs of Holy War

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Most people skip this part, thinking of it as comprising of OVAs. It only has four episodes, but it is canon in the manga. Many crucial points have also been revealed in this part, and you have an epic action sequence that you should never miss.

Also, some of the characters that appear in these four episodes will appear later on. So, from our Seven Deadly Sins watch order, we highly recommend you watch them.

3. The Seven Deadly Sins: Revival of the Commandments

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Also known as “Nanatsu no Taizai: Imashime no Fukkatsu,” it is the anime’s second season, which you can watch either after the first season or after the part with four episodes.

Although we recommend you to watch those four episodes, this one is basically a continuation to the first season.

4. The Seven Deadly Sins: Wrath of the Gods

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Titled “Nanatsu no Taizai: Kamigami no Gekirin” in Japanese, this one is the third season of the anime and, in fact, a pretty much ruined one. The animation was terrible, but if you’re an anime person, you can still watch it somehow.

If you’re used to reading manga, we highly suggest you read it from chapter 197. That’s where it exactly starts from the ruined animation storyline. For better understanding, try to start reading it from chapter 195.

5. The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgement

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Nanatsu no Taizai: Fundo no Shinpan” is the anime’s final season, which is pretty much the end of everything. Compared to the third season, this one is much better in animation.

So, once you’re done watching the third season, either go with the manga or watch this one. It’d make much more sense if you watch this after finishing the manga because you don’t have to miss out on appreciating this incredible story.

Should You Watch The Seven Deadly Sins Movies?

The Seven Deadly Sins watch order

Basically, The Seven Deadly Sins movies are non-canon, and if you want to watch them for fun, you can go ahead, but before that, you can keep a few things in your mind.

Don’t watch the movies in between the seasons because they give you hints and affect the story in a really bad way. Anyway, these are the movies from The Seven Deadly Sins released so far.

  • The Seven Deadly Sins the Movie: Prisoners of the Sky (Nanatsu no Taizai Movie 1: Tenkuu no Torawarebito)

Conclusive Thoughts!

So, that’s all you need before getting into The Seven Deadly Sins anime. As we’ve suggested, it’d be for the best if you could read the manga from the third season. Even if you can’t, that’s fine because the fourth season hits well compared to the third one.

So, what are your thoughts on our Seven Deadly Sins Anime Watch Order? Also, you can watch anime on Netflix or Crunchyroll. Let us know what you think in the comment section below.

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