The Attack on Titan finale dub is finally almost here, after the subtitled finale released late last year. We have all the details on exactly when you can tune in, depending on the time zone: Central, Pacific, Eastern, and Mountain. The time will also vary depending on how you’re watching: such as whether you’re watching on Toonami or Crunchyroll or Hulu.
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Crunchyroll Is Airing the English Dub Late on Sunday Night, Depending on Your Time Zone
According to a press release that Crunchyroll sent to Post Apocalyptic Media, the English dub for Attack on Titan is airing at 9 p.m. Pacific time on Sunday, January 7, 2024.
Here’s what this translates to in different time zones:
- 9 p.m. Pacific on Sunday, January 7
- 10 p.m. Mountain on Sunday, January 7
- 11 p.m. Central on Sunday, January 7
- 12 a.m. Eastern on Monday, January 8
Once the dub is available, you should be able to go to it directly on Crunchyroll via this link. Just make sure that you have chosen the dub version and not the sub.
If that doesn’t work, you can watch it on Crunchyroll at this link, which takes you to the main Attack on Titan page. Just scroll down to the dropdown menu, change it to S4, and then scroll down to the very bottom of the list, where you’ll see this:
The episode you’re looking for is the last one, titled “S4 E-SP2 – Attack on Titan Final Season THE FINAL CHAPTERS Special 2.” Right now when we took the screenshot, it just said “Subtitled” beneath it. But once the dub is ready, it will look like the video next to it, and read “Dub / Sub.”
You can also use this link to get a free trial of Crunchyroll if you don’t have a subscription. It will take you to the Attack on Titan main page, and there will be a listing on the page to request a free trial.
Hulu’s Version Won’t Likely Be Available for Quite Some Time
Unlike when the subtitled episodes release, Hulu doesn’t get the dubs at the same time as Crunchyroll. According to Hulu’s January 2024 schedule, Attack on Titan isn’t even listed. This would be in line with how things worked out for the Series Finale Part 1 too. Crunchyroll is your best streaming bet for watching the dub right away, because Hulu won’t have it.
Toonami Will Have the Dub on Saturday Night
Toonami always gets the dubs a few hours to a full day before Crunchyroll, so expect Toonami to air the dub on TV on Saturday night or early Sunday morning, depending on your time zone.
According to Toonami’s schedule, it will air on TV on Toonami/Adult Swim at 11 p.m. Eastern on January 6 (Saturday night), which is 10 p.m. Central/9 p.m. Mountain/8 p.m. Pacific. (Please note that Anime News Network lists the time as midnight Eastern on Saturday night, January 6. So if you don’t see it on TV at 11 p.m. Eastern, watch for it an hour later.)
Toonami also will post the dub on its website too on this page. As of the time of this article’s publication, EP 29 The Final Chapters Special 1 is the most recent dub posted and it’s free to watch without a cable login needed. The newest one will likely be called EP 30 the Final Chapters Special 2 once it’s online. It’s not clear, however, if it will be posted online shortly after it airs on TV or much later. You’ll need to keep an eye on the page to know for sure.