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Here’s When Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 19 Drops

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Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 19 [aka Episode 78 on some streaming platforms] is premiering on Sunday. Last week left us with a major cliffhanger, so we can’t wait to see what’s next. Here’s exactly what time Season 4 Episode 19 drops in the U.S. with English subtitles.

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Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 19 Will Drop on Sunday Afternoon in the U.S.

In the United States, Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 19 (English dub) drops on Sunday, January 23 at 2:45 p.m. Central (3:45 p.m. Eastern/12:45 p.m. Pacific/1:45 p.m. Mountain.) This time was confirmed with Post Apocalyptic Media by a representative of Funimation.

In Honolulu, Hawaii, that’s Sunday at 10:45 a.m. In Anchorage, Alaska, that’s Sunday at 11:45 a.m.

As we learned last week, however, some streaming platforms might be delayed. Last week, Hulu didn’t get the new Attack on Titan until about an hour after it was supposed to. And the week before that, it was Crunchyroll that was late. Just remember: Funimation, Hulu, and Crunchyroll have free trials you can use to test out the service, so you might need to fall back on one of those if your preferred service is running behind. If Hulu is the one giving you trouble, check out our article here for a workaround that sometimes helps you find the missing episode.

Here’s a countdown:

The original Japanese version without subtitles drops as 12:10 a.m. JST (Japan time.) But that’s a long time before the episodes are available in the United States, so beware of spoilers online! In fact, it might be best to just stick around in this story until the episode’s available.

Unfortunately, Attack on Titan hasn’t even started releasing English dubs for Season 4 Part 2 yet. Expect the dub for Episode 19 to be at least a month away, ultimately arriving on on Toonami and Funimation.

How to Watch Season 4 Episode 19 Online

Here are the links where you’ll be able to watch Episode 78.

Funimation: Watch via this link. (U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, Brazil, Mexico) for Season 4 Episode 19.

Hulu: Hulu has Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 19 at this link. This is a paid streaming service, but free trials are available to test it out.

Crunchyroll: Watch here for Season 4 Episode 19 (aka Episode 78.)

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Last week’s episode left us with a major cliffhanger. You can see our full review here.

Armin continued to believe in Eren and convinced everyone else — including Mikasa — to continue fighting for him a little longer. He struggled to think that Eren could possibly be on board with Zeke’s euthanization plan, but he ultimately appeared to second-guess himself on the matter.

Reiner, meanwhile, continued in his fight to stop Eren, whether or not he even truly believed in his cause any more. He knows the people of Paradis aren’t evil, but he’s convinced himself anew that he and Eren aren’t the same.

Zeke showed up to save Eren as chaos and near-death descended upon him, but even Zeke wasn’t strong enough to withstand Marley’s offensive. Near the end, Zeke lay on the ground immobilized from a cannon attack and Eren was trying to reach him, but moving very slowly because of his own injuries. Falco and Gabi were trying to reach Zeke desperately too, hoping to stop him before he activated all the Titans around him. If he does that, Falco would be turned into a Titan at that moment too. Falco also found a moment to confess his love to Gabi, who is now finally beginning to see through Marley’s propaganda about Paradis.

At the end, we were still left wondering if Eren’s going to go along with Zeke’s plan or enact the Rumbling instead. And there’s no word on Levi or how he’s doing.

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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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