When Will Babylon Episode 11 Premiere?

Based on a novel series of the same name by Mado Nozaki, ‘Babylon’ is a political thriller that critiques modern politics, unravels some of the most intriguing conspiracies, and pursues a struggle for justice like no other show out there. With visuals brimming in dark hues, it depicts the nature of a futuristic world and its political environment, that has a bleak dystopian vibe to it. So if you’re looking for an anime that perfectly balances themes of mystery and political intrigue, ‘Babylon’ should be on top of your watch list. And if you’re already following its first season, read on further to know more about its next episode.

Babylon Episode 11 Release Date: When will it premiere?

‘Babylon’ season 1 premiered with its first episode on October 7, 2019. Since then it has aired 10 episodes. ‘Babylon’ episode 11 is slated to release on January 20, 2020.

The first season of ‘Babylon’ is being directed by Kiyotaka Suzuki, who is also known for his work in ‘Psycho-Pass 2’. Koji Yamamoto is producing it and its script has been written by Minaka Sakamoto.

Where to Watch Babylon Episode 11 English Dub Online?

You can stream the anime on Amazon with its Original Japanese audio and English subtitles.

Babylon Episode 10 Recap

After Hartford becomes the first city in the US to implement the suicide laws, US President Wood gets really concerned and decides to conduct a meeting to discuss its implications on the nation. He invites the Mayor of Hartford and talks to him about the potential impact of the laws and how they could affect the city’s hold as a major insurance center in the United States. But Mayor Flores seems to be very satisfied with the law and claims that he has implemented the law because he believes that the law reflects on the nation’s “Frontier Spirit.” His reply, however, does not really convince the President and he pressurizes him to further delay it.

Post this, Wood approached the President of France and questions him about Grenoble adopting the law. But the French President gives little to no importance to all of his rants surrounding the law. The FBI later visits the President and tells him that Ai Magase is suspected to be involved in the case of the mass suicides and to back this up, Seizaki steps in to provide all the necessary background information. Seizaki also cleverly travels with FBI agent Samuel Hardy to Hartford and manages to track a phone call that was made to the Mayor before he visited the hospital. He then carefully listens to all the details that are discussed in the recording of the call and that’s when he hears Magase’s voice speaking to him.

Later, with all the growing tension around the outbreak of the law, stakes get even higher when Seizaki is informed that even Germany and Italy have now adapted the law. Amidst all of this chaos and confusion, things take an unbelievable twist and a true miracle unfolds right in front of their eyes.