Spy x Family Review

Special Agent Twilight has been assigned to Operation STRIX, a mission imperative to world peace. It will require Twilight to utilize all the skills he has amassed on his path to becoming the greatest spy in the world. He must remain undercover and create a fake family that can be used as cover. This requires him to find willing participants to assume the role of his wife and daughter. But as this family takes shape, it soon becomes clear that Twilight isn’t the only one hiding something.

I don’t say this lightly, but this is the cutest freaking show I have ever watched. I love everything about it, from Twilight’s spycraft to Yor’s constant overreactions, but especially Anya’s hilarious inner monologues. I watch most of my anime in English dub because of multitasking, and the English cast is phenomenal. I started watching this show on my own just for something to have on in the background but it quickly grabbed my full attention and I had to start it over so my fiance could enjoy it too. It’s become our favorite animated show and I’m very excited for season 2. This show alone justified joining Crunchyroll just so I could watch episodes faster.

Spy x Family is available to stream on Hulu and Crunchyroll.

Dylan M.
Dylan M.

Dylan created Movies Not Films as a fun project to stay occupied during the start of the global COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. He started with a simple movie diary on a spreadsheet and eventually transformed it into MoviesNotFilms.com with a robust catalog of reviews, suggestions, and ranking lists. Currently living with his now-fiancé and two dogs, Dylan has a full-time career but still makes time to watch all the latest movies and most of the new TV shows.

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