How To Watch One Piece Without Filler

Staying current with One Piece might seem as challenging as confronting Queen Anne’s Revenge. Here’s a comprehensive guide on how to watch this extensive series without the filler episodes.

Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece stands as one of the lengthiest anime series in existence. Originating as a manga in 1997 and later adapted into an anime in 1999, the series continues to release new chapters and episodes.

With a staggering number of over 1000 episodes, navigating through the entirety of One Piece can be an overwhelming endeavor, even for the most devoted fans. However, it doesn’t have to be.

To simplify the viewing experience, we’ve created this guide to help you follow the adventures of the Straw Hat Pirates from beginning to end, excluding all the unnecessary filler episodes.

How To Watch One Piece Without Filler

If you’re in search of an anime that you can effortlessly binge-watch within a day, week, or even a month, then One Piece may not be the ideal series for you. However, if your goal is to catch up with the dedicated One Piece enthusiasts who have been following the show since its initial debut, there’s a straightforward method to achieve that: watch the series while skipping the filler episodes.

Skip The Movies

To begin with, if you’re pressed for time, you can opt to skip the One Piece movies. A significant portion of these films serves as recaps of specific story arcs, while others are side tales that provide additional insights into the Straw Hats’ adventures (albeit without influencing the main storyline).

Therefore, you can cross the following off your watch list:

  • One Piece
  • Clockwork Island Adventure
  • Chopper’s Kingdom on the Island of Strange Animals
  • The Cursed Holy Sword
  • The Giant Mechanical Soldier of Karakuri Castle
  • The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventures in Alabasta
  • Episode of Chopper Plus: Bloom in Winter, Miracle Sakura
  • One Piece 3D: Straw Hat Chase

After completing your viewing of One Piece without the filler episodes, you have the option to revisit these movies at your leisure, allowing you to relive the enchantment of the series.

Skip The One Piece Filler Episodes

One Piece boasts over 1000 episodes, ongoing with 32 arcs to date and spanning 13 seasons thus far. However, you can significantly reduce this number by omitting the non-canon episodes.

While this won’t facilitate a binge-watch of One Piece in a single sitting, it does offer a quicker path to traverse from the beginning to the end of the series.

So, here are the episodes you can skip (thanks to Anime Filler List):

  • 54-60
  • 98-99
  • 102
  • 131-143
  • 196-206
  • 220-226
  • 279-283
  • 291-292
  • 303
  • 317-319
  • 326-336
  • 382-384
  • 406-407
  • 426-429
  • 457-458
  • 492
  • 542
  • 575-578
  • 590
  • 626-627
  • 747-750
  • 780-782
  • 895-896
  • 907
  • 1029-1030

While our list of filler episodes may seem comprehensive, it is not as extensive as the series itself. Therefore, if you’re comfortable skipping the amusing side quests, you’ll be able to navigate from the beginning to the end in no time.

Skip The Intros and Outros

One Piece is renowned for its high-quality opening and ending sequences, featuring catchy theme songs and diverse animation sequences. While these intros and outros only last a few minutes, a practical way to reduce your overall watch time is to skip them, especially if you’re aiming to complete the series in a time-efficient manner.

Considering the extensive length of the series, with over 1000 episodes, those minutes spent on intros and outros accumulate significantly. The total runtime of One Piece, inclusive of both canon and filler episodes, as well as films, exceeds 500 hours – nearly a full month.

However, if you choose to watch it without the filler episodes, intros, and outros, you can streamline the time to just over 300 hours, equivalent to approximately 12 days. This seems much more manageable.

For those interested, all original One Piece episodes are available on Crunchyroll, while the live-action version is accessible on Netflix.

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Kaab Siddiqui

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