How to Watch K-On! In Order (K-On! Watch Order)

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K-On! Is a Japanese four-panel manga series written and illustrated by Kakifly. The anime adaptation of this series by Kyoto Animation aired in Japan between April and June 2009. An extra first video animation (OVA) incident premiered in January 2010.

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A 26-episode second time, of K-On!!, aired in Japan between April and September 2010, using an OVA episode published in March 2011.

An anime movie adaptation was released in Japan on December 3, 2011. Bandai Entertainment had accredited the very first season before their closing in 2012. Sentai Filmworks has re-licensed the very first season, besides getting the rights into the next season and movie. K-On! Has achieved strong sales in Japan, also from 2011 gross earnings had attained over ¥15 billion.

So if you planning to watch this anime and got confused after reading the above then follow the watch order given below.

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K-On! Watch Order

1.K-On!

K-On! Watch Order

  • Title:  K-On!
  • Original Run: Apr 3 – Jun 26, 2009
  • Episodes: 13

2.K-On!: Ura-On!

K-On! Ura-On!

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  • Title: K-On!: Ura-On!
  • Original Run: Jul 29, 2009 – Jan 20, 2010
  • Episodes: 7 (Special)

3.K-On!: Live House!

K-On! Live House

  • Title: K-On!: Live House!
  • Release Date: Jan 19, 2010
  • Episode: 1 (Special)

4.K-ON! Season 2

K-On! Season 2

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  • Title: K-ON! Season 2
  • Original Run: Apr 7 – Sep 29, 2010
  • Episodes: 26

5.K-On!!: Ura-On!!

  • Title:  K-On!!: Ura-On!!
  • Original Run: Jul 30, 2010 – Mar 16, 2011
  • Episodes: 9

6.K-On!!: Keikaku!

K-On!!: Keikaku!

  • Title: K-On!!: Keikaku!
  • Release Date: Mar 16, 2011
  • Episodes: 1

7.K-On! Movie

K-On!! Movie

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  • Title: K-On! Movie
  • Release Date: Dec 3, 2011
  • Episodes: 1

 

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