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In this anime series, a despondent high school student starts to feel better about his life when he meets a new girl and begins to fall in love with her. The series debuted in Japan in 2007. Clannad is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (53 episodes). The series first aired on October 4, 2007.

Where do I stream Clannad online? Clannad is available for streaming on TBS Japan, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Clannad on demand at Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, iTunes online.

TBS Japan
2 Seasons, 53 Episodes
October 4, 2007
Animation & Cartoon Drama
Cast: Yûichi Nakamura, David Matranga, Mai Nakahara, Luci Christian
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Clannad Full Episode Guide

  • Tomoya tells his daughter the story of his life with Nagisa and how Ushio was born, but with a happier ending.

  • Tomoya explores the life he could have had.

  • Tomoya looks back on his past.

  • Sitting on the hill, Tomoya calls out to Nagisa, who appears and brings him back through time to see what their life could have been.

  • Tomoya goes to Ushio€™s school to meet her teacher and finds that it is Kyou. Kyou tells him that the school will be having a sports day and encourages him to participate. Tomoya sings Nagisa€™s song as a lullaby to his daughter. One day, when preparing to visit Nagisa€™s parents, Ushio suddenly develops a fever.

  • After returning from their trip and visiting with Sanae and Akio, Tomoya brings Ushio home to live with him. On a day off, Tomoya and Ushio meet up with Kouko. Later, Tomoya takes Ushio to visit his father. The two reconcile and Tomoya urges him to move to the countryside and see his mother.

  • Tomoya buys Ushio a toy robot to play with. On their trip, the two walk through a flowery field and Ushio loses her toy in the grass. The two search the area and are joined by Tomoya€™s paternal grandmother.

  • In the latter part of her pregnancy, Nagisa has become sick again and goes into premature labor. Due to the snow, she is unable to be taken to the hospital. She gives birth at home to a daughter, Ushio.

  • Morning sickness is keeping Nagisa in bed. Sanae introduces her to a midwife, Yagi. Sanae confides to Tomoya her worries that having a child will be very difficult for Nagisa, perhaps even dangerous.

  • Nagisa and Tomoya are beginning their new lives together. Nagisa gets a job with Nishina in a restaurant. Tomoya gets upset when he learns that the school building that used to house the drama club will be torn down. Change upon change is happening all around them, but the biggest change to their lives is about to come.

  • Tomoya is striking out trying to get Akio to consent to his marrying Nagisa. Akio says that he will speak on the matter only after Tomoya gets a decent hit in a ball game. After Tomoya finally hits a home run, Aiko gives his permission. Tomoya calls Nagisa€™s friends together to celebrate her graduation. After receiving her diploma, Nagisa and Tomoya are married.

  • Yusuke tells Tomoya about his past struggles and losses. After high school, Yusuke was a successful musician but got involved in drugs, which eventually ruining his career. Tomoya is offered a job as a manager, but his father is arrested, causing the offer to fall away. Finally, Tomoya proposes to Nagisa.

  • Tomoya is eager to show his boss and coworkers that he is a valuable worker, even hiding the fact that he has injured his shoulder. Though he promises to go with Nagisa to the Founder€™s Festival, he stays at work, showing up late for his date. His boss and coworkers hold Tomoya in high regard, but the work is taking a toll on his relationship with Nagisa.

  • Tomoya takes a job at a bakery, hoping to become more independent. Nagisa returns to school and tries to revive the theater club. Tomoya then takes an electrician job with Yusuke and moves into his own apartment.

  • The school year is coming to a close and everyone is discussing what they plan to do after graduation. Everyone has their own plan of what they want to be, except for Tomoya. Nagisa becomes ill again and misses her exams. On graduation day, Tomoya takes Nagisa for a long walk.

  • The police have become more determined to curtail gang violence in the city. Tomoya and Yukine go to talk with the rival gang, to try to keep matters from escalating. The leader suggests a one-on-one fight between himself and Kazuto to settle all scores.

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  • Yohei and Sanae go out on a date, accompanied by Mei, Tomoya and Nagisa. During the date the group witnesses a young girl being bullied by some slightly older boys. The scene is resolved by the girls older brother rushing in to help his sister. Mei remembers how Yohei used to be like that, but once he joined the football club he didn't seem to care about her any more. The group then tries to provoke a brotherly response from Yohei, to get him to stand up for his sister; Tomoya pretends to be romantically interested in Mei, but despite being shocked, Yohei doesn't say anything to oppose them. Mei decides to stay a little while longer, as she can't leave things the way that they are.

  • Nagisa's father makes her and Tomoya recruit their friends to take part in a baseball game he absolutely wants to win.

  • This is the alternate ending episode where we find out that Tomoya and Nagisa have been going out for awhile. However bad rumors have surfaced about the couple that make Tomoya feel like a nuisance.

  • Tomoya's and Nagisa's relationship has become stagnant. Mei tries to help them by convincing Nagisa to open up her heart more to Tomoya.

  • Tomoya's and Nagisa's relationship has become stagnant. Mei tries to help them by convincing Nagisa to open up her heart more to Tomoya.

  • The day of the festival has arrived and Nagisa is upset about what she has happened to her Father. Nagisa is so upset that she breaks down before she can perform in her play.

  • Akio has a video to show Nagisa and Tomoya. The next day's rehearsal includes an energetic Nagisa who wants to put on a successful show.

  • The theater club is finally established once Tomoya has been named president of the student council. Tomoya is summoned to a career counciling meeting between his teacher and his Father. He tries to runaway but is stopped by Nagisa. After overhearing the conversation between his teacher and Father, Tomoya tells Nagisa about his relationship with his Father.

  • Tomoya has been suspended from school so he hangs out in his room all day thinking about Nagisa. Kyou and Ryou show up a little later and they all go to the arcade.

  • One day after a basketball game, the choir club approaches Nagisa with the idea of sharing Moumura as an advisor to both clubs. Nagisa goes to the Student Council with this idea and they turn her down. The next day Tomoya and Kyou get locked in the PE storage room.

  • When Nagisa, Tomoya, and Mei visit Sunohara, they find her dorm in shambles and no sign of Sunohara!

  • Nagisa receives a letter to stop the theater club. This was after they spoke with Toshio Koumura about becoming an advisor for their club.

  • Tomoya falls asleep in the garden after working tirelessly through the night. A mysterious stranger waits for Kotomi at school with the intention to steal her parents' thesis.

  • Seeing Kotomi standing on newspaper clippings sparks Tomoya's childhood memories. Kotomi and Tomoya recall their childhood friendship, and Kotomi explores her feelings of regret.

  • Kyou tries to purchase a stuffed elephant for Kotomi's upcoming birthday. Just as Kyou is about to give up Fuuko appears convincing her to give her a star instead. The next week Kotomi becomes very upset to learn of a bus accident even though no one was hurt.

  • Tomoya falls asleep at school only to awake to the sound of Kotomi playing the violin. A girl from the music room lent Kotomi the violin and now she wants everyone to hear her.

  • Shortly after his graduation, Tomoya decides to be more independent, and works toward this goal by first taking up a job at the bakery. Meanwhile, Nagisa has begun her new school year, although she makes few friends and her attempt to reestablish the theater club ends in failure. Tomoya eventually moves out of Nagisa's home to a small apartment of his own, while taking up a job as an electrician with Yusuke Yoshino. After his first day of work, Tomoya returns to his home completely exhausted, barely able to stay awake during his dinner with Nagisa.

  • Tomoya introduces Kotomi to Nagisa in hopes it will convince her to join the theater club. As Tomoya watches Kotomi and Nagisa speaking, he decides Kotomi needs more friends and sets out to help her form friendships.

  • Fuuko is starting to fade from everyone's memory. This complicates things as Kouko's wedding is coming up and no one remembers the meaning of the starfish.

  • Tomoya receives some shocking news about Fuuko.

  • Fuuko tries to find people to attend her sisters wedding. Nagisa invites Fuuko's sister to the Founders Festival.

  • Tomoya and Nagisa decide to investigate whether Fuuko is really Ibuki's sister. After meeting her, they congratulate her on her engagement. Nagisa and Tomoya begin to wonder if Fuuko is the rumored ghost girl.

  • Tomoya is on his way to Nagisa's house for a visit but ends up going to Youhei's house instead. The next day he helps Nagisa out with her theater club.

  • The next day on the way to school, Tomoya is almost run over by a girl on a scooter named Kyou. Tomoya also has a couple more weird encounters with girls that day. Later on he helps Nagasi with creating posters for the theater group she wants reestablished at the school

  • Tomoya Okazaski makes a new friend on the way to school named Nagisa Furukawa. She was held back for one year in school because of absenteeism. They become fast friends, so he decides to go to her parents' store to meet them.