Attack on Titan Season 3 Pt. 2 Erwin charge 8Bit/Digi

Hulu has announced a premier date for Season 4 (the finale one) for the anime adaptation of Attack on Titan.

Season 4 of Attack on Titan is set to premier on Hulu starting on December 7th. This is the same date as its premier on NHK in Japan. It’s unclear at the time of writing if Season 4 will premier on other streaming services on December 7th. That announcement could be made in the coming days or weeks.

The announcement was made in a press release by Hulu that included its line up of anime premiers for the Fall season. The line up also includes the complete dub version of Season 1 of Dragon Ball Super, the premier of Season 2 of The Irregular at Magic High School, and the series premier of By the Grace of the Gods (Sub) just to name a few.

Attack on Titan follows Eren Yeage and the Scout Regiment as they fight for survival of humanity against the Titans. By the end of Season 3, the truth of the world beyond the wall is uncovered and now they need to prepare for a greater conflict.

The manga was first published in 2009 while the anime premiered in 2013, both have been highly acclaimed. Check out our review of Season 3 Pt. 2 if you haven’t caught up or want an idea of what to expect.

Both the dubbed and subbed version of all three seasons of Attack on Titan is available to watch on Hulu.

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  1. Glad I got Hulu, now I can watch Attack on Titan Season 4 sucks to have Funimation and Crunchyroll and what ever Amazon has

  2. I’m shocked that Crunchyroll did not announce it first but I’m sure they will also have Attack on Titan Season 4 the same time as Hulu.

  3. If this is true it will be one of the best birthday gifts ever. I get some AOT videos in my recommendations on YouTube and a lot of their titles are spoilers. IDK if the video is manga spoilers or just a theory, and I obviously can’t watch the video to find out. There was one about Eren being the monster of the season, and another one about the show ending with him getting eaten. This is really killing me, but I don’t want any spoilers so getting this will be an amazing gift. (my birthday is Dec 7)

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