'Attack on Titan' season 4: Release date, cast, creator and everything else you need to know about the hit anime's final run
'Attack on Titan' dropped a huge bomb in the third season that turned everything we know about the Titans on its head. The revelation that the Titans are actually transformed humans is bound to have widespread repercussions in the fourth and final season.
Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming season of the hit anime:
'Attack on Titan' season 4 will air on NHK, Japan's national public broadcaster, in the fall of 2020. The English-language release on streaming services like Hulu, Funimation, and Crunchyroll is expected to come a little after the Japanese release but should still become available before the end of 2020.
No details have been released about the final season as of now. The finale of the last season took a quick time jump, introducing an older and more experienced Eren. The last episode also revealed the ancient rivalry between Eldia, Eren’s homeland and Marley. Eren (and viewers) now know that Marley has been forcibly transforming Eldians into Titans and unleashing them on Paradis Island, thus causing the deaths of thousands including Eren’s mother. So it’s only fair to assume that the last season will see Eren and his friends take the fight across the sea to Marley.
Watch this space for more details as they become available.
Eren Yeager is voiced by singer Yûki Kaji. He is a voice actor known for his work in 'Attack on Titan', 'Accel World' and 'JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle'. He will be returning to the show for the final season along with other lead cast members including Yui Ishikawa as Misaka Ackermann and Marina Inoue as Armin Arlert.
Hajime Isayama is a Japanese manga artist. ‘Attack on Titan’ is the 32-year-old’s first and current series. Since its release, ‘Attack on Titan’ has become one of the best selling mangas of all time with over 90 million copies sold.
A trailer for season four of 'Attack on Titan' is unlikely to arrive until 2020.
We will be updating this article when that preview is released so stay tuned for updates.
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