Attack on Titan dub viewers are about to watch the last episode of Season 4 until Winter 2022. While fans are excited to see the new episode, they’re also not looking forward to saying goodbye to the show for almost a year. What time does Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 16’s English dub (more commonly known as Episode 75, “Above and Below,”) air? Here are all the details.
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Episode 75’s Dub Has an Initial Premiere on TV Late at Night on May 1
Toonami airs the Attack on Titan English dub on TV about a day before it premieres on Funimation. But Toonami’s version is only available to people who have a cable or satellite subscription that includes Cartoon Network. That’s why you might see people talking about the new dub before it’s on Funimation.
The Season 4 Episode 16 (aka Episode 75) English dub will air on TV at 12:30 a.m. Eastern/2:30 a.m. Pacific on Sunday, May 2 (11:30 p.m. Central on Saturday, May 1.) Sol if you’re up late, you can catch it on TV live as it airs on Adult Swim/Cartoon Network. The exact time might vary depending on the cable or satellite provider in your region.
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. It’s not certain if the new dub will be posted on adult Swim’s website at the same time that it airs on TV, or slightly later.
You can also stream the Toonami broadcast on Hulu Live TV, Sling TV, AT&T Now, or YouTube TV. (Note that we’re talking about the Hulu with Live TV, which costs more than a regular Hulu subscription. It’s not on regular Hulu yet.) However, Funimation offers a cheaper option for streaming the English dubs, which we’ll detail in the section below.
The Season 4 Episode 16 Dub Releases on Funimation on Sunday Night, April 26
Funimation is the only source for streaming English dubs legally at this time, unless you happen to have a cable or satellite subscription with access to the Cartoon Network.
Watch Season 4 Episode 16’s English dub (aka Episode 75) on Funimation via this link. (Available in U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, Brazil, Mexico).
English dubs tend to release on Sunday nights and this last one will likely be posted around 10 p.m. or 11 p.m. Eastern on Sunday night, May 2. Of course, it doesn’t hurt to check earlier, just in case it’s posted before that time.
The new dubbed episode will appear on this link once it’s up. Change the dropdown menu to Season 4. It will be listed as Episode 75, called “Above and Below.”
You’ll need a paid account if you want to watch the episode on Funimation, 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. Plus, you can watch all the previous seasons on there too. 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 15
Spoilers for last week’s episode are below.
Last week left us with another major cliffhanger after we delved deeply into Zeke’s backstory. We learned that Grisha repeated his father’s mistakes with Zeke, pushing his ideology on him and ultimately leading him to rebel. Zeke found a father figure in the previous Beast Titan’s host, who encouraged him to turn in his parents so he would stay safe. Zeke feels like the Titans have brought nothing but pain to everyone, so his ultimate goal is to end the entire Eldian race by using the Founding Titan’s power (with Eren’s help) to change Eldian physiology so they can’t have children.
Eren has said he’s on Zeke’s side, but I’m just not so sure.
Meanwhile, in Episode 14 Eren told Mikasa that she was controlled by an Ackerman compulsion created by the Founding Titan to always protect the Founding. He believes Mikasa’s love for him is a compulsion and not of her own free will. And he believes Armin is falling under the influence of the Colossal Titan, including Bertholdt’s memories. However, Zeke’s desire to wear the same glasses as his predecessor seems to point to his being under a similar influence.
We’re still left with a number of questions as we approach the finale before a long hiatus. What happened between the Tyburs and King Fritz to cause him to hide behind the wall in Paradis? Did he really lament Titans so much that he compelled his own punishment? Is what Eren said about the Ackermans really true? Is Eren really siding with Zeke’s plan?