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What Time Does Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 15’s English Dub Air?

What time does the Attack on Titan Episode 15 dub (Episode 74) premiere?

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Attack on Titan dub watchers are quickly nearing the end of the first half of the season, where they’ll be joining sub watcher in a long hiatus until the show returns in Winter 2022. What time does Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 15’s English dub (more commonly known as Episode 74, “Sole Salvation,”) air? Here are all the details.

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As an interesting piece of trivia, Episode 15’s dub originally aired back-to-back with Episode 14, after Episode 14 was delayed a week due to an earthquake in Japan.

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The Episode 74 Dub First Premieres on TV Early Sunday Morning, April 25

Toonami broadcasts the Attack on Titan English dub about a day before Funimation posts it online. But you can only access Toonami’s version if you have a cable or satellite subscription. That’s why if you might notice some people talking about the new episode’s dub before it’s posted on Funimation.

According to TV Guide, the Season 4 Episode 15 (aka Episode 74) English dub will premiere at 12:30 a.m. Eastern/2:30 a.m. Pacific on Sunday, April 25 (11:30 p.m. Central on Saturday, April 24.) Sol if you’re up late, you can catch it on TV live as it airs. It will air on Adult Swim/Cartoon Network during the Toonami hours. The exact time might vary a bit depending on the cable or satellite provider in your region, so you’ll definitely want to check your local listings to be certain.

You can also stream the Toonami version on Hulu Live TV, Sling TV, AT&T Now, or YouTube TV. (Note that we’re talking about the Hulu with Live TV subscription, which costs more than a regular Hulu subscription. None of the dubs are on regular Hulu yet.) However, Funimation would likely be a cheaper option for streaming the English dubs rather than signing up with these services.

You can see Toonami’s schedule here. If you have a cable login that includes The Cartoon Network, then you can also watch the dubs on Adult Swim’s website here.

The Season 4 Episode 15 Dub Releases on Funimation on Sunday, April 25

Funimation is the only source for streaming English dubs legally at this time (unless you have can access Toonami with a cable subscription in the U.S.) Post Apocalyptic Media encourages legal viewing so we can support the talented people bringing the series to life!

Watch Season 4 Episode 15’s English dub (aka Episode 74) on Funimation via this link. (Available in U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, Brazil, Mexico).

The subs premiered on Funimation Sundays at 4:45 p.m. Eastern. However, the English dubs tend to release later on Sundays than the subs did. They’ll likely be posted around 10 p.m. or 11 p.m. Eastern on Sunday night, April 25. (Of course, it doesn’t hurt to check earlier!)

The new dubbed episode will appear on this link once it’s up. Change the dropdown menu to Season 4. Once the dub is available, the episode will have “English/Japanese” beneath the episode title (and sometimes also Portuguese/Spanish), so you can choose if you want the sub or the dub version. It will be listed as Episode 74, called “Sole Salvation.”

You’ll need a paid account if you want to watch the episode on Funimation when it’s available, because free accounts typically need to wait about a week after a new episode drops. The paid accounts start at just $7.99/month, so it’s definitely worth the price. If you still prefer a free plan, scroll to the bottom of the “sign up for an account” page until you see where it says “Not ready to commit.”

Looking Back at Episode 14

Spoilers for last week’s episode are below.

Last week we saw Eren’s confrontation with Mikasa and Armin, where he insisted that they were both controlled by Titan forces and personalities beyond their control. Eren believed that Mikasa’s love for him was compelled, and that Armin’s infatuation with Annie was a residual effect of Bertholdt’s love for Annie. Eren believes that he, however, is free of that compulsion.

This leaves us with some big questions about Levi and Kennie, if what Eren said about Mikasa is true.

We also learned that Floch is all in for Eren, just like he was all in for Erwin back when they had to choose whether Erwin or Armin would live. It’s interesting to see Floch’s shift, considering how passionately he argued against Eren’s case for Armin and how angry he was after the decision was made. But now Floch seems to have gone too far with his order about the Commandant. It was really tough to watch.

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