Attack on Titan is back for Season 4 Episode 19 this Sunday, January 23, 2022. It’s also known as Episode 78, depending on what platform you’re using. The new episode, called “Two Brothers,” might be one of the most epic episodes yet, so we have no doubt that you’ll want a live countdown timer to know exactly when the episode drops. We’ve provided several in the story below to choose from.
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Best Attack on Titan Countdown Timers
Season 4 Episode 19, “Two Brothers,” premieres at 12:45 p.m. Pacific on Sunday, January 16 (2:45 p.m. Central/3:45 p.m. Eastern) in the United States.
The first countdown timer is from TickCounter.
Remember: This timer is counting down to the time the episode is supposed to drop. So far for the first two episodes of Season 4 Part 2, we’ve had servers for specific platforms drop the episodes late. Last week, Hulu was late while Crunchyroll was right on time. The week before, Crunchyroll was the one running behind. Technically, they are supposed to drop at the same time on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Funimation.
If the above timer doesn’t work, we have two more for you to choose from below.
Backup Live Timers
This next live countdown is from CountingDownTo. This one is not responsive to different devices, so it won’t show up as well on your screen if you’re holding your phone vertically.
This counts down to exactly when the new episode drops in the U.S. with English subtitles. The episode will actually drop a few hours earlier on NHK in Japan without subtitles. Between then and the premiere in the U.S., some sites will put up temporary fan-made subtitles.
When Attack on Titan premieres, you can watch it on Funimation, Crunchyroll, and Hulu in the United States. Funimation may sometimes get the new episode just a few seconds to a couple of minutes before Crunchyroll or Hulu on occasion, but this doesn’t happen every week. If you’re not a Funimation subscriber, you can sign up here.
Last week was an intense episode that ended with a major cliffhanger, as numerous characters began to converge all at the same point. Armin continued to believe in Eren and convinced everyone else — including Mikasa — to continue believing in him a little longer. Reiner, meanwhile, continued in his fight to stop Eren, whether or not he even truly believed in his cause any more. 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 intense offensive. At the end, Eren was slowly heading to him while he lay on the ground immobilized from a cannon attack. Falco and Gabi are trying to reach Zeke before he activates all the Titans around him, because Falco would be turned into a Titan at that moment too. And we’re still left wondering if Eren’s going to go along with Zeke’s plan or enact the Rumbling instead.