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Attack on Titan Finale: Live Countdown to Premiere Time

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The finale for Attack on Titan is almost here. And yes, it’s actually real this time. The English sub for Part 2 of the final episode premieres this Saturday night, November 4, 2023. It’s going to be tough to say goodbye, but at least we’ll have a long episode. This one is going to be nearly 90 minutes long! To help you get ready for the new episode, we’re providing a live countdown in the story below.

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Countdown Timer for Attack on Titan’s Finale Premiere Time

The English sub will be dropping in the U.S. at 5 p.m. Pacific on Saturday, November 4 (6 p.m. Mountain/7 p.m. Central/8 p.m. Eastern), according to an official update that Crunchyroll shared. This time applies to all the U.S. streaming platforms, including Crunchyroll and Hulu.

We’ve provided a timer from TickCounter below, which is counting down to when the episode will drop. Go ahead and bookmark this or leave it open on your computer or mobile device, so you’ll know exactly when to expect the new episode. 

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Don’t forget: in Japan, NHK will air a non-subbed version on TV quite a few hours before it’s available in the U.S. This is why you might see some unofficial “fan version” subs released earlier, or see people talking about the finale on social media. You’ll want to avoid social media if you can until you can watch the episode for yourself. 

If the above timer doesn’t work, we have another that you can use in the next section below.

A Backup Countdown Timer to the Part 2 Final Special Is Below

If the timer above doesn’t work in your browser, we’re including a backup from below. This second countdown timer may not be responsive to different devices, so if it doesn’t show up correctly on your screen or gets cut off, try holding your mobile device horizontally instead of vertically.

This counts down to the 5 p.m. Pacific premiere time. 

How to Stream the Finale for Free

The two best places to stream the finale in the U.S. are on Crunchyroll or Hulu. They’ll both be airing the final episode at the same time. And even better news: if you don’t have a subscription yet, you can sign up for a free trial. Here’s how. 

To watch on Crunchyroll, visit the weblink here to go directly to the Attack on Titan page.

If you need a free trial on Crunchyroll, go here first. 

If you prefer Huluvisit here for the anime page that will include Attack on Titan. The top of the page also has a link for a free trial. 

Where Did We Leave Off?

Levi is seen on Attack on Titan's finale trailer (Crunchyroll)
Levi is seen on Attack on Titan’s finale trailer (Crunchyroll)

If you need a refresher on what happened in the first part of the finale back in March, we have a story here that compares the manga to the anime. 

When the last episode left off, the confrontation with Eren had just begun. First, we spent quite a bit of time at Fort Salta, seeing some of the Marley Warriors’ parents, particularly Reiner’s mom and Annie’s dad. Fort Salta launched a last-ditch effort to stop Eren with an air bombardment, but it failed. It was disrupted the Beast Titan, hanging from one of Eren’s ribs, throwing rocks and taking out the planes. And then later, aiming at our own crew’s airship, carrying Mikasa, Armin, and the others to the fight. 

The episode ended with Onyankopon bravely crash landing, after helping the crew drop from the plane right over Eren’s Founding Titan form, so they can begin their fight. And Armin screamed out to Eren, asking if he truly was free. 

That episode was an hour long. And now we’re looking at an 86-minute episode for Part 2. 

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    Stephanie Dwilson started Post Apocalyptic Media with her husband Derek. She's a licensed attorney and has a master's in science and technology journalism. You can reach her at [email protected].

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