In a press release FUNimation has announced the premiere date for both the sub and dub of My Hero Academia Season 4, the press release is below.
Anime’s favorite superheroes in training are back at U.A. High School for another thrilling season of My Hero Academia.
Funimation will stream day and date with the Japanese broadcast when it starts on October 12 in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Ireland and Australia, and on Hulu. FunimationNow will also stream SimulDub™ episodes of the top-rated anime series.
The fourth season is shaping up to be quite the challenge for our favorite heroes, as Deku and co. are introduced to powerful new heroes like Mirio and Sir Nighteye and terrifying villains like Overhaul. Seriously, what is his deal?
Deku will also have to come to terms with where he stands as next in line to be the Symbol of Peace. Can he fill the void created by All Might in his retirement? Can he master his abilities in time to defend those he cares about? Will the villains tip the scales?
Heroes Assemble in Latest Trailer for My Hero Academia Season 4
Want to catch up or re-watch before October 12? You can watch Seasons 1-3 of My Hero Academia right now! Season 3 is currently re-airing on Adult Swim’s Toonami at 4:00 am Eastern/Pacific time Saturday nights and is also available to stream on Adult Swim’s website and app.
There is still no word on when My Hero Academia Season 4 will make it’s broadcast premiere on Toonami but we will keep you updated as we learn more information.
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