Critical Role Season 9

Release Date, Full Episodes

Critical Role season 9 started airing on Thursday, January 11, 2018. Subscribe below for season Nine fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale: May 16, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S9E1 Curious Beginnings

S9E2 A Show of Scrutiny

S9E3 The Midnight Chase

S9E4 Disparate Pieces

S9E5 The Open Road

S9E6 The Howling Mines

S9E7 Hush

S9E8 The Gates of Zadash

S9E9 Steam and Conversation

S9E10 Waste and Webs

S9E11 Zemnian Nights

S9E12 Midnight Espionage

S9E13 Lost & Found

S9E14 Fleeting Memories

S9E15 Where The River Goes

S9E16 A Favor in Kind

S9E17 Harvest Close

S9E18 Whispers of War

S9E19 The Gentleman's Path

S9E20 Labenda Awaits

S9E21 Stalker in the Swamp

S9E22 Lost Treasures

S9E23 Have Bird, Will Travel

S9E24 The Hour of Honor

S9E25 Divergent Paths

S9E26 Found & Lost

S9E27 Converging Fury

S9E28 Within the Nest

S9E29 The Stalking Nightmare

S9E30 The Journey Home

S9E31 Commerce & Chaos

S9E32 Beyond the Boundaries

S9E33 The Ruby and the Sapphire

S9E34 Encroaching Waters

S9E35 Dockside Diplomacy

S9E36 O Captain, Who's Captain?

S9E37 Dangerous Liaisons

S9E38 Welcome to the Jungle

S9E39 Temple of the False Serpent

S9E40 Dubious Pursuits

S9E41 A Pirates's Life for Me

S9E42 A Hole In the Plan

S9E43 In Hot Water

S9E44 The Diver's Grave

S9E45 The Stowaway

S9E46 A Storm of Memories

S9E47 The Second Seal

S9E48 Homeward Bound

S9E49 A Game of Names

S9E50 The Endless Burrows

S9E51 Xhorhas

S9E52 Feral Business

S9E53 Cornered

S9E54 Well Beneath

S9E55 Duplicity

S9E56 The Favor

S9E57 In Love and War

S9E58 Wood and Steel

S9E59 Perspective

S9E60 A Turtle By Any Other Name

S9E61 Agreements

S9E62 Domestic Respite

most recent episode S9E63 Episode 63

How many episodes are in season 9 of Critical Role?

The season consists of 63 episodes.


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Critical Role's Next Big Adventure? Making 88,887 Kickstarter Premiums For Backers - Forbes - via Forbes

Critical Role – the merry band of Hollywood voice actors who unexpectedly turned a weekly Dungeons & Dragons game into an elfin but burgeoning media empire – has a new challenge: Manufacturing and shipping nearly 89,000 premium rewards to the fans who gave a record $11.3 million on Kickstarter to finance an animated series.

Critical Role Animated Series: After Kickstarter, Work Begins "Right Away" - Inverse - via Inverse

Critical Role CEO Travis Willingham, who also plays the goliath barbarian “Grog” in their D&D adventure, tells Inverse the team was “just shoulders in the air” in shock when the Kickstarter took off.

Critical Role Legend of Vox Machina Kickstarter Hits $10 Million - IGN - via Ign

"Even though we've known we’ll be making several episodes for a few weeks now, crossing that last stretch goal finally made us realize that this is really happening," animated series and Critical Role cast member Sam Riegel told IGN via email when the campaign reached that previous milestone. "A full, 10-episode season is such a massive thing — truly beyond our wildest expectations. We already get to share our stories with the world every Thursday night, but making an animated season is somehow different.

Critical Role Crowdfunding Campaign for Animated D&D Series Tops $8.9 Million Raised - Variety - via Variety

In addition to the full 10 episodes, Critical Role will produce a “one-shot” RPG by cast member Ashley Johnson (NBC’s “Blindspot”), who plays gnome cleric Pike Trickfoot in “Vox Machina.”

Critical Role's Travis Willingham, Sam Riedel answer fan questions about their Kickstarter cartoon - SYFY WIRE - via Syfy

One of the most frequently asked questions concerned the side banter that supplements the long in-world gameplay in each podcast. Given the brevity of animated episodes, fans wanted to know if that spontaneous color commentary would remain, and if so, how would it be explained.

Fan Buzz

I figured maybe a Mortal Kombat game. I'd never seen that before. I started watching it because I thought the first movie was great. Plus the show if brought back, brigning Kung Lao, Siro, and Taja back they could introduce ERMAC and have more Smoke episodes along w/ the other cyborgs and introduce Shinnok. This show, while not with the most elite team of actors, or the best special effects, or the most intense fighting scenes; entertained me.


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