What time and date does the next Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 21 (aka Episode 80) air? You’ll likely want to start watching the new episode as soon as it drops, considering everything that was revealed last week. Here’s exactly what time Season 4 Episode 21 (the subtitled episode called “From You, 2000 Years Ago”) drops in the U.S. for the English subtitled episode.
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Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 21 Will Premiere on Sunday Afternoon
The next Attack on Titan episode, which is Season 4 Episode 21, will first be available in the U.S. on Sunday, February 6 at 2:45 p.m. Central (3:45 p.m. Eastern/12:45 p.m. Pacific/1:45 p.m. Mountain.) In Honolulu, Hawaii, that’s Sunday at 10:45 a.m. In Anchorage, Alaska, that’s Sunday at 11:45 a.m.
This time was confirmed with Post Apocalyptic Media by a representative of Funimation, and is the same for Hulu and Crunchyroll.
Here’s a countdown in case you want to know just how long you still have to wait:
This is the official time the episode will be available. However, sometimes, a streaming platform’s server might get overloaded, causing a delay. Funimation, Hulu, and Crunchyroll have free trials you can use to test out the service, just in case the one you prefer is down and you need to jump on a different one.
The original Japanese version without subtitles drops as 12:10 a.m. JST (Japan time.) Because this is a few hours before it airs in the U.S., you’ll want to avoid spoilers and take care if you’re on social media.
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How to Watch Season 4 Episode 21 Online
Here are the links where you can watch Episode 80 once it’s available.
Funimation: Watch via this link. (U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, Brazil, Mexico) for Season 4 Episode 21 and free trials are available to test it out.
Hulu: Hulu has Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 21 at this link. This is a paid streaming service. If Hulu gives you trouble, check out our article here for a workaround that sometimes helps you find the missing episode.
Crunchyroll: Watch here for Season 4 Episode 21 (aka Episode 80.)
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Last week’s episode opened our eyes about Eren’s ability, and opened Zeke’s eyes about the truth behind their dad Grisha’s decisions. See our full review of last week’s episode here. Below is a short synopsis.
Zeke took Eren on a journey into their father Grisha’s memories. Instead of encountering what he expected — a story of Eren being brainwashed by Grisha — Zeke realized that Grisha had learned from his mistakes and treated Eren differently growing up than he had treated Zeke. In fact, it’s Eren who has always sought freedom and always fought against his oppressors, from the moment he was born. Eren isn’t going along with Zeke’s plan because he doesn’t agree with it, not because of his dad’s influence.
We also learned that Grisha was able to see Zeke and Eren visiting him in his memories. This is because Attack Titans can see glimpses of their future successor’s memories, while Founding Titans (and others) can look into their predecessor’s memories. (Founding Titans have more power than this, but all Titans can see into their predecessor’s memories to at least some extent.) Eren was able to use the Founding Titan’s power, unlocked through Zeke, to peek into his father’s memories (which his father could then see by looking into Eren’s future memories) and convince him to go forward with the plan to end the Reiss family’s line and claim the Founding Titan.
We also learned that the Founding Titan took a vow against war because he believes that ALL Eldians should be punished and persecuted essentially forever because of their early crimes against mankind.
Grisha was absolutely destroyed at having to kill the Reiss family, including the children. Grisha tells Zeke that from now on, Eren is going to win. And he weeps openly, hugging Zeke and telling him that he loves him. He can see Zeke because he is glimpsing Eren’s memory of visiting him with Zeke. And through that memory, he apologizes to Zeke for everything he did wrong.
“I saw Eren’s memories of what comes next… But I never imagined it would be so terrible,” he says.
And while hugging Zeke, he begs: “Please, stop Eren.”