Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 4: Finale Premieres on November 4

Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 4: Finale Premieres on November 4


An exciting new development is the release of the second promotional video for “Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 4” on the official website for the anime series “Attack on Titan: The Final Season” (also known as “Shingeki no Kyojin: The Final Season Kanketsu-hen”). There are exciting updates for fans all across the world in this installment, dubbed “Attack on Titan Final Season: The Final Chapters Special 2” by Crunchyroll. The anime’s grand conclusion will air on November 4 in Japan, as confirmed by the trailer. Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 4: Finale Premieres on November 4.


A Grand Premiere Date

The eagerly awaited anime finale is set to debut on November 4 at 24:00 JST on the NHK General channel, which corresponds to midnight JST on November 5 or 11:00 a.m. EDT on the same day. Anime fans from around the world can watch the action in Japan via a number of streaming sites, such as Lemino, the Anime Store, Netflix, TELASA, U-NEXT, Amazon Prime, DMM TV, and ABEMA services.

Celebrating the Grand Finale

The “Attack on Titan Worldwide After Party” is just one of the amazing events that have been announced on the official website in honour of the anime’s concluding season. The beloved series’ ultimate fan participation wrap celebration will be held during this special event, which will run from November 5 to November 8.

A Journey Through the Seasons

For those who may have missed any of the earlier seasons, here’s a quick recap:

  • “Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 3” made its mark as a one-hour special on March 3, and Crunchyroll streamed it under the title “Attack on Titan Final Season: The Final Chapters Special 1.” It’s also available for streaming on Hulu. Notably, this part featured a new opening theme song titled “Under the Tree.”
  • The series initially premiered in December 2020, with the first season consisting of 16 episodes. Funimation and Crunchyroll catered to English-speaking fans by streaming the anime with English subtitles. Additionally, Adult Swim’s Toonami programming block began airing the anime in January 2021, and Funimation provided an English dub.
  • “Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 2” continued the saga with episode 76, premiering on the NHK General channel in January 2022. This part comprised 12 episodes and was available for streaming on Crunchyroll and Funimation as it aired in Japan.
  • The journey began in April 2013 with the premiere of the first television anime season, followed by the second season in April 2017. The third season was divided into two parts, with the first part premiering in July 2018 and the second half in April 2019.

The Legacy of Attack on Titan

It’s crucial to remember that the manga for the first “Attack on Titan” book debuted in 2009 in Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shnen Magazine under the direction of creator Hajime Isayama. He finished the series in April 2021 after an impressive run, leaving fans with a beloved and legendary tale. Released in June 2021 was the manga’s 34th and last volume. The 34th volume of the manga will be made available in October 2021 for English-speaking readers through Kodansha USA Publishing in both print and digital formats.

It’s obvious that this series has made a lasting impression on the anime and manga industries as we eagerly await the big climax of “Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 4,” enthralling viewers with its compelling narrative and enduring characters. Put November 4 on your calendars and get ready for an epic ending to a classic drama.

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