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Classroom Of The Elite Watch Order (EASY TO FOLLOW)

Updated August 14, 2022 by Ernie

We should take this opportunity and thank Shougo Kinusaga for blessing us with this masterpiece. Let’s give a moment of silence to show our love, and gratitude. As the most popular psychological thriller anime in 2017, you’ll have to give this series a shot! Though it may be hard to please the light novel fans with this piece. The anime adaptation was still able to get the story across, earning the adaptation even more fans.  

I bet you were excited when the second season started airing. That cliffhanger sucker-punched us good but when the announcement came, ooooh chile, the agonizing wait was over! Sure, it took them four years to give us the update BUT at least they gave us the second season. Unlike some series where we never get to taste a single drop of an OVA or an ONA or a second season.

Well, we can’t always get what we want now, can we? For now, let’s just appreciate the fact that we get a second season for this series and a third one in the works! The year 2022 and 2023 keeps getting better—in terms of anime stuff ofc.  

 

HOW TO WATCH CLASSROOM OF THE ELITE?

 

Quick Watch Order

 


Chronological Watch Order

  1. Classroom of The Elite
  2. Classroom of The Elite (Season 2)

Classroom of The Elite

 

INFORMATION
Title
Classroom of The Elite
Genre
Psychological, School, Drama, Suspense
Type
TV
Studio
Lerche
Premiered
July 12, 2017
Episode Count
12
Duration
24 minutes per episode

 The government-run school called Kuodo Ikusei Senior High School may look like the best school ever. It could be described as such since the students are given free rein in almost everything. They have freedom beyond comparison—the type of freedom that we’d get our asses sent to the principal’s office. But the freedom they have comes with a price, students in this school are segregated into different classes from Class A to D.

Those who do well in their studies are treated favorably and those who neglect their duties are given nothing. With that rule in mind, Class D would be often regarded as the worst class. This is where we find our cold-hearted boy Kiyotaka Ayanokouji as he is placed in Class D along with other students.

Interesting things slowly unveil as we get to know the students of Class D and soon enough, you’ll be having multiple favorite characters as the series progresses. With the first season out, you can easily binge the entire season in one go. To help you with that, check out the Complete Classroom of The Elite Filler List.

 

Classroom of The Elite (Season 2)

INFORMATION
Title
Classroom of The Elite
Genre
Psychological, School, Drama, Suspense
Type
TV
Studio
Lerche
Premiered
July 4, 2022
Episode Count
4
Duration
23 minutes per episode

 The return of this gem had me so excited! That stupid cliffhanger is now a thing of the past as the first few episodes are gracing our lives. We start with our lovable Class D back at it with another special exam. This time, class and individual points are being handed out.

That same cutthroat vibe is back as Ayanokouji continues to pull the strings from the background. Only five episodes are out right now and there is a lot of information being pumped out.

Things are also getting more complicated since Ryuuen is getting more involved with Class D, he’s got a bone to pick with whoever ruined his plans. Things may seem like they’re getting out of hand but, props to Ayanokouji for his control and as well as pulling us along his sociopathic road. I am excited about just how things are going to play as different philosophies clash.

 

News on Season 3

classroom of the elite

Honestly, the only news so far about season three is that it’ll be released sometime in 2023. That’s enough, I’m sold. Season two is going to keep us busy ‘til then so no complaints from me.  Although it may take a couple of months before we get to bask in the third installment, rewatching the entire thing won’t be so bad right?  Plus, there are other series to keep us busy up until season three hits.

 

Short Review About Classroom of The Elite

The first season had me in a chokehold. I was enjoying every minute of the entire season and I felt robbed because of that cliffhanger. But all in all, it’s such a refreshing anime that I could keep coming back to watch. Since it’s airing in 2017, it’s still talked about today.

There are numerous fans talking about the series and the upcoming updates, it’s definitely not going away anytime soon. I’m also interested in how Ayanokouji’s plans of self-preservation will affect his relationships in the long run. Though it may have already been discussed in the light novel, I’d still want to see how the anime adaptation conveys this part of our MC.

The second season picked up at the right moment as it gives us a break from the cutthroat vibes but at the same time keeps us excited with what’s in store for Class D. So far, with five episodes in and I’m just gobsmacked with everything. I’m living for the idea that traumas might be unveiled soon, and we’ll get to see how Ayanokouji plays with it. Though he tries to sport his lazy attitude, we can’t deny that he’s actually OP.

 

Conclusion

To wrap this up. The only thing I’d like to leave here is just go watch the series. Rewatch it again even if you’ve seen it more than five times. The characters just grow on you when you keep watching, especially the MC.  I’m interested in how much we get to dissect, knowing how our MC has a lot of dark things packed.

The amount of manipulation and gaslighting the series is showing is sending me to heaven. I am amazed at how the author created such complex characters that we get to appreciate and understand. The story progression as well is just right (in my opinion) given that there are only 12 episodes from season one and probably another 13 for the succeeding seasons.

I hope you enjoyed the blog about Classroom of The Elite and hope that you’d be enthralled as much as I was when I first watched it. Don’t be afraid to binge everything, because once you’ve watched everything and watch it again after, you’ll get details and information you didn’t notice the first time. Oh, you pay attention. You don’t… uh… simp over the characters first? Oh, okay. Well, just try rewatching it! You’ll catch useful information and easter eggs that may later on pop up in the following seasons.