Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 21 premieres on Sunday, February 6, 2022. Also known as Episode 80 on some streaming services, the new episode is called “From You, 2000 Years Ago.” After everything that was revealed last week, you’ll definitely want to know exactly when the new episode airs in the U.S. We’ve provided live countdown timers in the story below to help.Check out this live countdown to when #AttackonTitan Season 4 Episode 21 (aka Episode 80) premieres. Click To Tweet
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Best Attack on Titan Countdown Timer for S4E21
Season 4 Episode 21, “From You, 2000 Years Ago,” premieres at 12:45 p.m. Pacific on Sunday, February 6 (2:45 p.m. Central/3:45 p.m. Eastern) in the United States.
The best countdown timer, from TickCounter, is embedded below.
The timer above is counting down to the time the episode with English subtitles will be available in the United States on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Funimation. Last week’s episode dropped without a problem, but some episodes in previous weeks have been delayed on some platforms because servers were overloaded. But if all things work correctly, then the time above is when it should first be available.
Remember, the episode will 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, but they won’t be as accurate as the official one. It’s best to wait for the official subtitled episode to drop on Funimation, Hulu, or Crunchyroll.
If the above timer doesn’t work, we have another that you can use in the next section below.
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Backup Live Timer
This next live countdown below is from TimeandDate.com. This one may not always be responsive to different devices, so if it doesn’t show up as well on your screen, try holding your device horizontally instead of vertically.
When Attack on Titan airs, 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 isn’t guaranteed. If you’re not a Funimation subscriber, you can sign up here.
Last week’s episode is taking fans a long time to process since so much was revealed.
A brief synopsis of last week with spoilers is below.
In the episode, Zeke took Eren on a journey into their father Grisha’s memories, expecting Eren to learn that his dad had treated him poorly and he had been brainwashed. But instead, Zeke realized that Grisha had learned from his mistakes and treated Eren differently growing up than he had treated Zeke.
We also learned that Grisha was actually 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.
Grisha was absolutely destroyed at having to do this. And in the very end, he hugged Zeke and warned him of “terrible” things that were going to happen because of Eren’s plan. And he mourned not having treated Zeke differently. It was a haunting, chilling story.