Psycho-Pass

Fridays, on Fuji TV

30 minutes

Taking place in the near future where it is possible to instantaneously measure a person's mental state, personality, and the probability that a person will commit crimes with a device installed on each citizen's body called the Psycho-Pass.

Fridays, on Fuji TV

30 minutes

Taking place in the near future where it is possible to instantaneously measure a person's mental state, personality, and the probability that a person will commit crimes with a device installed on each citizen's body called the Psycho-Pass.

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Watch Psycho-Pass Season 1 Episode 1 - Crime Coefficient

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s1e1 Crime Coefficient
October 11, 2012
On her first day as the new Inspector of Unit One, Inspector Akane Tsunemori has been assigned to handle a hostage situation: a man named Nobuo Okura whose Crime Coefficient has determined he is likely to commit a crime and is confirmed when he kidnaps an innocent woman. While looking for him, Akane learns about the nature of the Dominator, and the relationship between Enforcers and Inspectors. Enforcer Shuusei Kagari finds Okura, but a weapons malfunction gives him away. Okura flees, and Unit One pursues him. After Enforcer Shinya Kogami disposes of Okura, the unit learns that the hostage's Crime Coefficient has risen to a high level. Before Kogami can execute her, Akane stops him with the Dominator's paralyzer. In the end, Akane manages to calm the woman down, letting her Crime Coefficient reduce to the point where she can be paralyzed and taken away; while Akane must explain her actions in a report to her superiors.
Series Premiere
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 2 Episode 1 - The Scales of Justice <299/300>
Season Premiere
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 2 Episode 2 - The Creeping Unknown
s2e2 The Creeping Unknown
October 16, 2014
October 16, 2014
The Creeping Unknown
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 2 Episode 3 - The Devil's Proof
s2e3 The Devil's Proof
October 23, 2014
October 23, 2014
The Devil's Proof
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 2 Episode 4 - The Salvation of Job
s2e4 The Salvation of Job
October 30, 2014
October 30, 2014
The Salvation of Job
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 2 Episode 5 - Unforbidden Games
s2e5 Unforbidden Games
November 6, 2014
November 6, 2014
Unforbidden Games
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 2 Episode 6 - Those Who Cast Stones
s2e6 Those Who Cast Stones
November 13, 2014
November 13, 2014
Those Who Cast Stones
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 2 Episode 7 - Untraceable Children
s2e7 Untraceable Children
November 20, 2014
November 20, 2014
Untraceable Children
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 2 Episode 9 - Omnipotence Paradox
s2e9 Omnipotence Paradox
December 4, 2014
December 4, 2014
Omnipotence Paradox
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 2 Episode 10 - Gauging the Soul
s2e10 Gauging the Soul
December 11, 2014
December 11, 2014
Gauging the Soul
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 2 Episode 11 - What Color?
s2e11 What Color?
December 18, 2014
December 18, 2014
What Color?
Series Finale
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 3 Episode 1 - Laelaps' Calling
s3e1 Laelaps' Calling
October 25, 2019
October 25, 2019
Laelaps' Calling
Season Premiere
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 3 Episode 2 - Teumessian Sacrifices
s3e2 Teumessian Sacrifices
November 1, 2019
November 1, 2019
Teumessian Sacrifices
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 3 Episode 3 -
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November 8, 2019
November 8, 2019
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 3 Episode 4 -
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November 15, 2019
November 15, 2019
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 3 Episode 5 -
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November 22, 2019
November 22, 2019
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 3 Episode 6 -
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November 29, 2019
November 29, 2019
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 3 Episode 7 -
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December 6, 2019
December 6, 2019
Watch Psycho-Pass Season 3 Episode 8 -
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December 13, 2019
December 13, 2019

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An intelligent psychological thriller anime, Psycho-Pass tells the story of a dystopian future where crime is almost nonexistent. This is because people are constantly scanned by scanners designed to detect an increased heart rate and signs that a person is going to commit a crime. Told from the perspective of the police who check people's "Psycho-Passes", this show asks many deep questions and is a joy to watch.
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I have to caveat my 4.5 stars by saying that those are *only* for the first season and the movie. The second season looks like a completely different writing team came in and F'd it up royally. Its annoyingly bad after the greatness of the first season. DO NOT WATCH THE SECOND SEASON. IT WITH RAISE YOUR PSYCHO-PASS TO LATENT CRIMINAL LEVELS. KEEP YOUR COLOR CLEAR. The first season was so good I didn't know how I missed knowing about this show. It came out in 2012. I'm not wildly into Manga, but I kind of am compared to most people, for example, I had the original Ghost in a Shell on VHS tape. In many ways, Psycho-Pass is like a prequel to GitS; as its made by the same production company, IG. Though its not like GitS in many other ways, for one thing the animation is much lower quality, its not noir-esque, and they can't seem to resist making all the woman's have eyes the size of baseballs, its just stupid. There are also the usual Japanese misogynistic tendencies as well, like the woman bowing and being polite while the guys do whatever they want. And several times a woman is violently killed by a man that leads you to wonder about the Psycho-Pass of the writer/animators. Having said that, the main character in the show is a female and it is somewhat a hero's journey for her, if you know the term, as she comes into a police force role as a rookie and must grow into this very weird role. It not like any cop show you have ever seen. The writing for the first season, and the movie too, is excellent, world-class. The protagonist and antagonist males dueling it out the whole season. The future japanese world view and gadgets are fun, though the whole gun thing gets a bit much as you will definitely find your self waiting for the gun to do its thing so the cop can shoot. "They totally would have been killed by now." But its a minor thing for all the fun to be had. The music and screen opening and closing credits change a lot compared to western shows, and its good sometimes and annoying other times. They definitely were going for a rat pack kind of thing in the opening and closing credits. WATCH THE ENDING CREDITS TO THE END, SOMETIMES THERE IS A LITTLE BIT EXTRA FOOTAGE TACKED ON.
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