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Script error An anime adaptation of Hetalia: Axis Powers was announced on July 24, 2008.[1] It is directed by Bob Shirohata (Gravitation, Diamond Daydreams) and is animated by Studio Deen. It was originally scheduled for broadcast on Kids Station on January 24, 2009 but was later canceled. The cancellation only affected the Kids Stations broadcast; plans to make the series available through mobile phone and Internet streaming were not affected. The controversies arose when numerous Korean protesters called for the cancellation of the series, claiming that the personified character of Korea was an insulting representation of Koreans. Kids Station claimed that the Korea character does not appear in the anime and that it was "unaware of the criticism in Korea,"[2] and cited "various circumstances" as being behind the decision to cancel its airing of the anime, but they did not provide further information as to the nature of these circumstances.[3][4] The character for Korea can still be seen in the ending of the anime while all of the countries are rotating around the world. A second 26-episode season of Hetalia: Axis Powers was announced on April 16, 2009, and a third was announced on December 10, 2009.[5][6][7] As of March 7, 2010, the title of the anime has been changed to Hetalia: World Series.[8]

Episodes are available on mobile phone and Internet streaming for a period of eight days each; the Internet streaming period begins three days after the episode is first available on mobile phone. Dates given are the first day an episode is available on mobile phone.[8][9]

Most of the episodes did not have official titles given, unless they were stated in a next episode preview or in Comic Birz loglines.[citation needed]

FUNimation is currently having a hidden link on the Hetalia: Axis Powers page a free official download of the english version of Happy thought Museum and Sweet Summer Days.

Episode list

Season 1

Ep# Title Airdate
1 Episode 01
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
January 24, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
It's the "Meeting Of The World", and all the nations must come together to solve whatever global problems they can. However, after America starts the conference off on a bizarre note, can the gathered nations even solve the problems they have with each other? After this, it's a leap back in time to WWI...
2 Episode 02
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
January 30, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
It's WWI, and Germany, in search of the heir to the legendary Roman Empire, discovers an abandoned tomato crate sitting in the middle of the woods. However, even Germany finds himself unprepared to deal with the strange descendant of Rome.
3 Episode 03
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
February 6, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Italy is sent back home after annoying Germany, but Germany quickly finds that ditching the cowardly nation is a task easier said than done. Especially when WWII nears and Italy takes it upon himself to declare that he's now Germany's ally.
4 Episode 04
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
February 13, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Meet Japan. He's the newest ally to Italy and Germany, and a powerful nation in his own right. But with having been isolated from the rest of the world for over 200 years, what he sees as his "normal" behavior comes off as extraordinary to others.
5 Episode 05: Shouting S.O.S At The Center Of The World!
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
February 20, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
An endless blue sky, pure white clouds, and a shining sea. Normally it would be just your average trip to the beach. In the case of Germany, Italy, and Japan? They've been stranded on a mysterious island in the southern sea, their S.O.S message having gone ignored as the three of them make the most of their "vacation".
6 Episode 06
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
February 27, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Germany reflects on times spent around Austria. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to the three stranded nations, they've got company on the island and are being watched from afar, even when they're roasting marshmallows at their campfire.
7 Episode 07
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
March 6, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Italy introduces his older brother, Romano (who represents the southern half of their country), to Germany. But while Italy himself can't get enough of Germany, the foul-mouthed Romano will try anything to make sure that the "potato freak" stays away from his brother.
8 Episode 08
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
March 13, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Some days, Italy just can't get a break. Especially when he winds up tricked and kidnapped, not once, but twice by the Allied Forces. But once Germany gets involved, it seems the third time may be the charm... though in whose favor, exactly?
9 Episode 09
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
March 20, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The Allied Forces meet to discuss plans to take down the Axis, but despite their image as a "team" (America as the "hero" and everyone else acting as his backups), they find it difficult to get along and agree with each other.
10 Episode 10
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
March 27, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
After he winds up uninvited to the second Allies meeting, France reflects on his history of past "glories" and "accomplishments".
11 Episode 11
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
April 3, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
In the climax to the Chibitalia sub-storyline, Holy Roman Empire gives the younger Italy the ultimatum: Will he become the new Roman Empire with him or not? Later on, in 1940, England finds that he still has friends outside of the Allies to count on to cheer him up...
12 Episode 12
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
April 10, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
"England, I have something to tell you." In a brief jump forward to 1956, a gloomy and war-torn France proposes to England, who quickly learns the "joke" is indeed on him... and he won't go down that easily. Back in 1940, the Axis Powers train to take on England, and Italy gets a quick and confusing lesson in "culture clash".
13 Episode 13
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
April 17, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
After being defeated by Germany, a frustrated England vows to get revenge with the strongest method known to man: Summoning the devil to lay a curse on him. Will he succeed in his ritual, or get something even WORSE than what he expected?
14 Episode 14
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
April 24, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The Germans' attempt at training the Italian Army doesn't go as planned, as they soon find that the men are quicker at the art of escape, rather than combat. Later: It's just another day in the life of Germany, as he attempts to brave the wait and chaos in a never-ending line at the supermarket.
15 Episode 15
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
May 1, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Japan struggles to fit in with the Axis and their strange foreign culture and behaviors, while Italy attempts to help him adjust to life outside of his own land.
16 Episode 16
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
May 8, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
In a tale of times past, a younger China meets a strange small nation known as Japan. He takes it upon himself to try to raise Japan as his younger brother, but soon discovers that there's more to the growing youngster than he thought. And he may not be prepared to deal with the sudden changes...
17 Episode 17: America's Cleaning Of The Storage, Part 1
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
May 15, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
America decides to finally enter his long-abandoned storage room to clean it out, but the memories he finds in there may prove to be too hard to let go of.
18 Episode 18
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
May 22, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The Allied Forces make their move and attempt to take down the Axis, but wind up constantly distracted by a "special guest" on the island, a supernatural stranger that Italy seems to know rather well...
19 Episode 19
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
May 29, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The Allied Forces attempt to get back to business, despite China arriving late for their meeting. But little do they know, they have a surprise guest (or two) in their room, listening in on their "top secret" plans.
20 Episode 20: America's Cleaning Of The Storage, Part 2
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
June 5, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The old musket in America's storage room brings back another memory of times long past: The Revolutionary War.
21 Episode 21
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
June 12, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Sealand, the world's smallest "nation", attends a world conference in an attempt to be recognized, but finds that respect and acknowledgment from the others is harder to obtain than he thinks.
22 Episode 22
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
June 19, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Holy Roman Empire gets ready to depart for war, but Chibitalia won't let him leave that easily, and not without one last gift.
23 Episode 23
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
June 26, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Liechtenstein adjusts to her new life with her brother Switzerland. Elsewhere, Italy gets stuck in an embarrassing situation with his own brother.
24 Episode 24
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
July 3, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
While out shopping, Switzerland and Liechtenstein run into Austria, much to Switzerland's displeasure. Meanwhile, the Axis Powers are still deserted on an island, but come across a most unusual sight in the middle of a forest.
25 Episode 25
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
July 10, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
In a past tale, England raises the young America and treats him to his own "special" brand of cooking. Meanwhile, as the Liechtenstein and Her Beloved Brother arc comes to a close, Switzerland finds himself reminded of his lapsed friendship with Austria.
26 Episode 26
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
July 17, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
America unveils a new plane, much to England's chagrin and lets out a secret. Later, England uses Busby's Chair to get revenge on America during an Allied summit, only for Russia to sit on the chair first and destroy it by out-evilling it. England reveals his drunk side when in a bar with America (who England is trying to coax information out of). Then Episode 18 is continued, with England attempting to use Busby's Chair once the Axis are surrounded, although Russia sits on it yet again...

Season 2

Ep# Title Airdate
27 Episode 27
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
July 24, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The Allied Forces, in their ongoing fight against the Axis Powers, manage to get ahold of one of Germany's prized possessions: an observation diary dealing with Italy's strange behavior and uselessness in combat.
28 Episode 28: :) In The World
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
July 31, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The Axis are ambushed by the Allies once more, but another strange visitor arrives to break up the fight, with Christmas presents in tow.
29 Episode 29
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
August 7, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Russia decides to jump out of a plane without a parachute, and England and France comment on how he broke all his bones. Then, the audience is introduced to the Baltics, although Latvia has a tendency to say the wrong thing at times. After that, America injures himself when England offers him some ice cream.
30 Episode 30: The Ghost Culture Of England And Japan
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
August 14, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
After having formed an alliance, England visits Japan's home but finds mysterious creatures that even Japan himself is unable to see or believe in anymore.
31 Episode 31: Academy Hetalia Christmas
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
August 21, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
In a universe similar yet different from this one, three students at the Academy Of The World decide to survey the others on how they spend their winter holiday.
32 Episode 32: With Grandpa Rome
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
August 28, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Germany wakes up to find himself visited by Italy's grandfather, the Roman Empire. But didn't he fall long ago? And is it a dream, or something stranger?
33 Episode 33
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
September 4, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
While camping out in the middle of a war front, Germany and Italy both make wishes on a shooting star, but which one will come true?
34 Episode 34
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
September 11, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Adapts more of Hello World, Hello Italy!: Italy shows Japan his combat recordbook (which turns out to be impressive in a different way), Germany decides to go sightseeing in Italy and attempts to blend in, the Axis are given special bentou, and Japan invents nikujaga. In another story, America ponders the mystery of who draws the sketches of the Axis and Allies on the blackboard...
35 Episode 35
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
September 18, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Canada arrives late to a G8 meeting, but his absence and identity are barely recognized by the other nations. In another story, France decides to celebrate the Olympics.
36 Episode 36: Why Americans Love Spring
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
September 25, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
America and Japan both prepare for the New Year and the coming of spring.
37 Episode 37
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
October 2, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Russia and Germany form an alliance, while Italy fears that the other Axis Powers will eventually abandon him.
38 Episode 38
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
October 9, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Continuation of The Pact Of Steel, along with more of Fly, Canada-san, Fly!
39 Episode 39: The Battle For America
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
October 16, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
A baby America is discovered in the "New World", though this discovery also sets off a fight for ownership of him.
40 Episode 40: The Battle For America, Part 2
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
October 23, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Continuation of The Battle For America: England and France continue their fight over the young America.
41 Episode 41
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
October 30, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Adapts Big Brother France And The Information Manipulation Activities! and Reduce Your Opponents' Willpower, American-style!.
42 Episode 42
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
November 6, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Russia tells the story of his sisters, Ukraine and Belarus.
43 Episode 43
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
November 13, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Part two of the Russia's Big And Little Sisters story.
44 Episode 44
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
November 20, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Switzerland tries to teach Liechtenstein self-defense. In other segments: Japan finds America's strange desserts photograph-worthy, while Canada (in more of Fly, Canada-san, Fly!) tries to tell America off but fails.
45 Episode 45
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
November 27, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The origin of Liechtenstein is detailed.
46 Episode 46: Medieval England's Clothes And Hair
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
December 4, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
England is the perpetual bed-head, and we go back to the past to remember a time when France was at his most flamboyant and mischievous - teasing England by showing off his long hair, and then cutting England's hair when his own plan to grow his hair long doesn't go according to plan.
47 Episode 47
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
December 11, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
England and France visit Poland, who has recently bought a fleet of ponies to help him in the war. In other stories: Chibitalia feels sad over the departure of Holy Roman Empire, while England finds that America grows up too fast.
48 Episode 48
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
December 18, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
England's latest secret weapon to win the war is a failure. In another story, Chibitalia finally grows up, but one change is a shock to Austria.
49 Episode 49
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
December 25, 2009[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Adapts from Japan And The Footsteps Of Westernization, along with a segment from Fly, Canada-san, Fly!.
50 Episode 50
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
January 8, 2010[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
More of Japan And The Footsteps Of Westernization'.
51 Episode 51
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
February 26, 2010[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Adapts America's Situation With Ghosts.
52 Episode 52
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
March 5, 2010[9] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Adapts more of Fly, Canada-san, Fly! and Holy Roman Empire's Playtime In The River.

Season 3 (World Series Season 1)

Ep# Title Airdate
53 Episode 1
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
March 26, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Features the story of Prussia, when he was a child as the Teutonic Knights. In other stories: Romano attempts yet again to stop Germany from being with his younger brother, while Canada and America wind up playing a game of "catch" that becomes chaotic.
54 Episode 2
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
April 2, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Greece and Japan get to know each other more. In another story, Chibitalia and Holy Roman Empire celebrate the Cat Festival.
55 Episode 3
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
April 9, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The continuation of Greece and Japan's story, featuring the first anime appearance of Turkey.
56 Episode 4
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
April 16, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
An episode featuring Poland and Lithuania, adapting part of Pact of Steel. Also features the strip France vs. Italy.
57 Episode 5
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
April 23, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The continuation of Poland and Lithuania's story, plus part of the strip England Catches A Cold.
58 Episode 6
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
April 30, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Continues the story of England's cold. In another story: China is tired of being pushed around by the other Allies.
59 Episode 7
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
May 7, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Elizabeta Héderváry, Hungary hears a message from God telling her to hit France with a frying pan. In other stories: England attempts to become stronger, and Italy visits France.
60 Episode 8
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
May 14, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Germany details another observation diary about Italy, while a glimpse at the relationship of their ancestors is provided. The story of Boss Spain's Control of Southern Italy also begins.
61 Episode 9
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
May 21, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The story of Boss Spain's Control of Southern Italy continues, along with another story about Rome and Germania and one about Italy's reckless driving.
62 Episode 10
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
May 28, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Adapts from the strips In Just Two Minutes, You Can Grasp the Exterior of the European Economy, as well as more of Boss Spain.
63 Episode 11
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
June 4, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
China gets help from Japan on bootlegging, while in other stories: The Italy brothers wind up captured by England, and Germany learns that the Italian behavior is infectious.
64 Episode 12
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
June 11, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The War of Austrian Succession starts.
65 Episode 13
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
June 18, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The second part of the War of Austrian Succession.
66 Episode 14
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
June 25, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Tony lands at Roswell.
67 Episode 15
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
July 2, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
More fun with Holy Roman Empire and Chibitalia, and the story of Boss Spain's Control of Southern Italy continues. Japan and Greece decide to get angry.
68 Episode 16
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
July 9, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Chibi Romano decides to travel home for three days, but Boss Spain is worried, so he follows him, only to find someone else showing interest.
69 Episode 17
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
July 16, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Japan and Greece try to get angry. Finland and Sweden are living together on the road.
70 Episode 18
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
July 23, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Finland and Sweden visit Poland, and also run into Estonia and Latvia, to Finland's delight. Sweden wants to take Latvia and Estonia which displeases Poland.
71 Episode 19
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
July 30, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Italy and Germany wait for Christmas Day. America brings his Christmas celebration to England, along with a surprise for the Christmas tree.
72 Episode 20
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
August 6, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Italy is worried Germany hates him. However, on his way to talk with Germany, he accidentally stumbles dangerously into Switzerland's territory. America invites Japan to next year's Christmas party.
73 Episode 21: Glorious Isolation
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
August 13, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
England goes in search of friends, and while he hits it off well with Japan, Japan's boss has other plans.
74 Episode 22: Glorious Isolation, Part 2
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
August 20, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The Anglo-Japanese Alliance story continues.
75 Episode 23
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
August 27, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Austria winds up having to live with Germany in the story of The Austrian Anschluss. Chibi Romano is confronted by a mysterious masked man wielding a sword (Turkey).
76 Episode 24
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
September 3, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Spain sets out to rescue Romano from Turkey.

Season 4 (World Series Season 2)

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Ep# Title Airdate
77 Episode 25
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
September 10, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Finishes the story of Boss Spain's Control of Southern Italy, part 2.
78 Episode 26
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
September 17, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Adapts Salted Salmon and If the World Was All About Cats...
79 Episode 27
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
September 24, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Continues the Salted Salmon story.
80 Episode 28
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
October 1, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
finishes up the Salted Salmon story.
81 Episode 29
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
October 8, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Austria and Germany argues if Beethoven is an Austrian or a German. Meanwhile, France spied on both of them but eventually caught taking pictures of just Austria by England's request.
82 Episode 30
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
October 15, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
England discusses the topic about the G8. Meanwhile, Finland discusses about his time with Russia to Sve. Another story in Nekotalia about the tuna crisis with the cat clan while Japaneko neglects.
83 {{{EnglishTitle}}}
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
October 22, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
China goes back to his homeland and brought some souvenirs for the Emperor. Meanwhile in Nekotalia, Russicat tries to separate Romanoneko and Itaneko while Germouser wakes Caustria.
84 {{{EnglishTitle}}}
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
November 2, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Sealand searches for someone to join forces with. Meanwhile, Romano and Italy looks England up and argues who is gonna keep on eye on him.
85 {{{EnglishTitle}}}
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
November 8, 2010[8] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
England escaped once again after being caught by Germany. In order not to get caught easily, England disguised himself as a "handsome" Italian. Meanwhile, France talks to himself that the world is going to end soon.

Specials

Ep# Title Airdate
1 America's Cleaning Of The Storage: Director's Cut
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
March 12, 2010 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
A re-edited version of America's Cleaning Of The Storage, done as a full episode. First aired as a special between seasons 2 and 3, and later included on the Hetalia Fan Disk.
2 My Awesome Diary
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
May 25, 2010[10] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
A special unaired episode included on the Hetalia Fan Disk. Continues the story of Prussia and Hungary as kids from the first episode of Hetalia: World Series.
3 Chibitalia
"{{{RomajiTitle}}}" ({{{KanjiTitle}}})
May 25, 2010[11] {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
A re-edited version of the Chibitalia segments from the first season done as a full episode. Included on the Hetalia Fan Disk.

References

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  3. "Cute But Dangerous?". The Malaysia Star. February 1, 2009. Retrieved February 1, 2009. 
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  5. "Hetalia Anime's Second Season Green-Lit (Updated)". Anime News Network. 2009-04-15. Retrieved 2009-04-16. 
  6. "Hetalia Anime's Third Season Green-Lit (Updated)". Anime News Network. 2009-12-10. Retrieved 2009-12-10. 
  7. "Hetalia Hetalia Axis Powers 3rd Season Confirmed". The Banzai! Effect. 2009-12-10. Retrieved 2009-12-10. 
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  10. Hetalia Fan Disk to Include Unstreamed Episode
  11. Hetalia Fan Disk to Include Unstreamed Episode
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