Crunchyroll has a bunch of new anime on the horizon, but who cares when they’ve just announced the Spy x Family anime adaptation! Complete with an official trailer to boot. Check it out below:

Spy x Family: The Anime!

You have no idea how long I’ve been waiting for this anime.

In addition to that official trailer above, Crunchyroll also revealed when we’ll finally get to see the Forger family in action in anime form. Apparently, the Spy x Family anime will make its debut sometime in 2022. Unfortunately, they don’t get any more specific than that, likely owing to a lack of intel on their part themselves. Tune in later when we get more intel on this anime’s release.

Spy x Family: Details

"Spy x Family" cool teaser art.
Only half of the family equation.

So what is Spy x Family, you might ask? Well, if you’re familiar with the manga of the same name by Tatsuya Endo on Shonen Jump, then you won’t even need an explanation, so you can just jump straight into the hype of seeing the Forger family in anime form. Not to mention hearing Twilight’s smooth yet strained voice after a hard day managing Anya. Good times, good times.

"Spy x Family" family teaser art.
The other and sillier half of this family equation.

For those of you who haven’t read the manga on Shonen Jump though, Crunchyroll still has you covered with their own official synopsis. Check it out below:

SPY x FAMILY follows the life of an undercover spy who unknowingly marries an assassin as he tries to further his mission of infiltrating an elite academy. He enrolls his adoptive daughter into the academy, not knowing that she is a telepath! The anime will stream on Crunchyroll in 2022. The series is produced by WIT STUDIO and CloverWorks, with Kazuhiro Furuhashi (Hunter x Hunter, Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn) on board as Director and Kazuaki Shimada (The Promised Neverland) serving as Character Designer. The anime will be based on the award-winning manga, which has been serialized in Shueisha’s  Shonen Jump+ with more than 12.5 million copies currently in print.”

So yeah, this anime is basically Mr. and Mrs. Smith crossed over with The Pacifier, but a lot funnier than either film. If you’re interested, watch out for this anime next year.

Source: Crunchyroll Collection YouTube, Wikipedia, Viz Media