The Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 20 English dub is about to air. If you want to watch as soon as the dub drops, then here’s a look at when Season 4 Episode 21 (“From You, 2000 Years Ago”) is airing. This is also known as Episode 80.
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The Season 4 Episode 21 Dub Drops on Funimation on Sunday, March 13
Funimation is the only source for streaming the new AoT English dubs legally without a cable or satellite subscription. (Unless you have a cable subscription, which we talk about in the next section.) Funimation gets the next episode on Sunday, March 13. Streaming links are below.
Watch Season 4 Episode 21’s English dub (Episode 80) on Funimation via this link. (Available in U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, Brazil, Mexico).
Post Apocalyptic Media reached out to a representative from Funimation, who confirmed that the dub will drop at this time:
- March 13 at 9:30 p.m. Central/10:30 p.m. Eastern/7:30 p.m. Pacific/3:30 a.m. UTC
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 80.
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 before they can watch. 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. You can also sign up for a trial if you want to test the platform first.
The Episode 80 Dub Drops on TV Late Saturday Night/Early Sunday Morning
Toonami gets the Attack on Titan English dub first, before it’s available for streaming on Funimation. However, Toonami is only available to people who have a cable or satellite subscription that includes Cartoon Network. So if that doesn’t describe you, then Funimation is your best choice.
Season 4 Episode 21’s dub (Episode 80) airs on TV at 12:30 a.m. Eastern on Sunday, March 13, according to Toonami’s official schedule. Despite Daylight Savings, the time isn’t changing.
In the Central time zone, this means you’ll want to tune in on TV at 11:30 p.m. Central on Saturday, March 12. Other time zones may vary, so check your local listings. But it will likely be available 9:30 p.m. Pacific and 10:30 p.m. Mountain on Saturday night. It will be on Toonami/Adult Swim/Cartoon Network, depending on how your cable provider lists the channel.
If you don’t have a cable subscription, you can stream the Toonami broadcast on Hulu Live TV (not Hulu’s regular subscription), Sling TV, AT&T Now, or YouTube TV. If you’re wanting to stream and don’t have a cable login or a subscription to one of these other services, then Funimation’s option will be your cheapest, legal choice – as explained in the section below.
Here’s a recap on where we left off last week:
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.
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 see his father’s memories (which his father could then see by looking into Eren’s future memories). Yes, it’s all a bit hard to follow!
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 devastated at having to kill the Reiss family, including the children. He 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 then 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.”
Talk about a chilling ending.