Recommended Code Geass Watch Order & Filler Guide

An underrated masterpiece, Code Geass is a classic anime. Even after 15 years of being released, it continues to be on the top of the list for anime fans.

Code Geass Watch Order

Code Geass is set in an alternate timeline and follows the exiled prince Lelouch vi Britannia. Lelouch gains the "power of absolute obedience" from a mysterious woman named C.C. He leads a rebellion against the rule of the Holy Britannian Empire, commanding a series of mecha battles, using this supernatural power known as Geass.

Here is the complete watch guide for Code Geass including movies, OVAs, and Spin-offs.

Code Geass Release Order

TV Series

  1. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (2006)
  2. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 (2008)

OVAs

  1. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion Special Edition Black Rebellion (2008)
  2. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 Special Edition Zero Requiem (2009)
  3. Code Geass: Kiseki no Tanjōbi (2010)
  4. Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch – Nunnally in Wonderland (2012)

Spin-Off

  1. Code Geass: Boukoku no Akito (2012-16)

Movies

  1. Code Geass: Boukoku No Akito Movie (2013)
  2. Code Geass: Hangyaku No Lelouch I – Koudou (2017)
  3. Code Geass: Hangyaku No Lelouch II – Handou (2018)
  4. Code Geass: Hangyaku No Lelouch III – Oudou (2018)
  5. Code Geass: Fukkatsu No Lelouch (2019)

Code Geass Watch Order

Chronological Order

  1. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion
  2. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2
  3. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion Special Edition Black Rebellion (OVA)
  4. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 Special Edition Zero Requiem (OVA)
  5. Code Geass: Kiseki no Tanjōbi (OVA)
  6. Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch – Nunnally in Wonderland (OVA)
  7. Code Geass: Boukoku no Akito (Spin-Off)
  8. Code Geass: Hangyaku No Lelouch I – Koudou (Movie)
  9. Code Geass: Hangyaku No Lelouch II – Handou (Movie)
  10. Code Geass: Hangyaku No Lelouch III – Oudou (Movie)
  11. Code Geass: Fukkatsu No Lelouch (Movie)

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How To Watch Code Geass; Complete Watch Order

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The chronological order of Code Geass is the order we recommend you watch it in. All of the OVA's spin-offs and movies listed are fantastic, and we strongly advise you not to miss them.

Code Geass Filler List

Code Geass was an anime series that ran from 2006 to 2016. In total 55 episodes of Code Geass were aired. Code Geass has no reported filler.

   
   
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Stage 01 - The Day a New Demon Was Born ANIME   CANON 06-10-2006
2 Stage 02 - The White Knight Awakens ANIME CANON 13-10-2006
3 Stage 03 - The False Classmate ANIME CANON 20-10-2006
4 Stage 04 - His Name is Zero ANIME CANON 27-10-2006
5 Stage 05 - The Princess and the Witch ANIME CANON 02-11-2006
6 Stage 06 - The Stolen Mask ANIME CANON 09-10-2006
7 Stage 07 - Attack Cornelia ANIME CANON 17-11-2006
8 Stage 08 - The Black Knights ANIME CANON 24-11-2006
9 Stage 09 - Refrain ANIME CANON 08-12-2006
10 Stage 10 - Guren Dances ANIME CANON 15-12-2006
11 Stage 11 - Battle for Narita ANIME CANON 22-12-2006
12 Stage 12 - The Messenger From Kyoto ANIME CANON 05-01-2007
13 Stage 13 - Shirley at Gunpoint ANIME CANON 12-01-2007
14 Stage 14 - Geass vs. Geass ANIME CANON 19-01-2007
15 Stage 15 - Cheering Mao ANIME CANON 26-01-2007
16 Stage 16 - Nunnally Held Hostage ANIME CANON 02-02-2007
17 Stage 17 - Knight ANIME CANON 09-02-2007
18 Stage 18 - I Order you, Suzaku Kururugi ANIME CANON 23-02-2007
19 Stage 19 - Island of the Gods ANIME CANON 02-03-2007
20 Stage 20 - The Battle for Kyushu ANIME CANON 09-03-2007
21 Stage 21 - The School Festival Declaration ANIME CANON 16-03-2007
22 Stage 22 - Bloodstained Euphy ANIME CANON 23-03-2007
23 Stage 23 - At Least with Sorrow ANIME CANON 30-03-2007
24 Stage 24 - The Collapsing Stage ANIME CANON 29-07-2007
25 Stage 25 - Zero ANIME CANON 29-07-2007
26 Turn 01 - The Day a Demon Awakens ANIME CANON 06-04-2008
27 Turn 02 - Plan for Independent Japan ANIME CANON 13-04-2008
28 Turn 03 - Imprisoned in Campus ANIME CANON 20-08-2008
29 Turn 04 - Counterattack at the Gallows ANIME CANON 27-08-2008
30 Turn 05 - Knights of the Round ANIME CANON 04-05-2008
31 Turn 06 - Surprise Attack over the Pacific ANIME CANON 11-05-2008
32 Turn 07 - The Abandoned Mask ANIME CANON 18-05-2008
33 Turn 08 - One Million Miracles ANIME CANON 25-05-2008
34 Turn 09 - A Bride in the Vermillion Forbidden City ANIME CANON 08-06-2008
35 Turn 10 - When Shen Hu Wins Glory ANIME CANON 15-06-2008
36 Turn 11 - Power of Passion ANIME CANON 22-06-2008
37 Turn 12 - Love Attack! ANIME CANON 29-06-2008
38 Turn 13 - Assassin from the Past ANIME CANON 06-07-2008
39 Turn 14 - Geass Hunt ANIME CANON 13-07-2008
40 Turn 15 - The Cs' World ANIME CANON 20-07-2008
41 Turn 16 - United Federation of Nations Resolution Number One ANIME CANON 27-07-2008
42 Turn 17 - The Taste of Humiliation ANIME CANON 03-08-2008
43 Turn 18 - Final Battle Tokyo II ANIME CANON 10-08-2008
44 Turn 19 - Betrayal ANIME CANON 17-08-2008
45 Turn 20 - Emperor Dismissed ANIME CANON 24-08-2008
46 Turn 21 - The Ragnarok Connection ANIME CANON 31-08-2008
47 Turn 22 - Emperor Lelouch ANIME CANON 07-09-2008
48 Turn 23 - Schneizel's Guise ANIME CANON 14-09-2008
49 Turn 24 - The Grip of Damocles ANIME CANON 21-09-2008
50 Final Turn - Re; ANIME CANON 28-09-2008
51 The Wyvern Arrives ANIME CANON 16-07-2012
52 The Wyvern Divided ANIME CANON 14-09-2013
53 The Brightness Falls ANIME CANON 02-05-2015
54 Memories of Hatred ANIME CANON 04-05-2015
55 To Beloved Ones ANIME CANON 06-02-2016

It will take you around 17 hours to watch the main TV Series of Code Geass and a little over 40 hours to watch the entire thing, so strap in and enjoy one of the best animes you’ll ever watch!