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What Time & Date Does Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 27’s English Dub Air?

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 27 dub (Funimation)

It’s almost time to watch Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 27’s English dub! Last week’s episode was gut-wrenching, so you’ll probably want to watch the latest dub as soon as it’s available.  Here’s exactly what time the Season 4 Episode 27 dub (aka Episode 86, called “Retrospective”) drops in the United States.

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Watch the Episode 86 Dub Late Saturday Night If You Have Cable TV

If you have cable or satellite, then you can watch “Retrospective” late Saturday night or early Sunday morning, depending on what time zone you’re in. The Toonami channel gets the Attack on Titan English dub first, with Crunchyroll and Funimation following the next day. If your cable package includes Adult Swim/Toonami/The Cartoon Network, then you can watch the newest dub tonight. (If you want to stay up that late!)

Season 4 Episode 27’s English dub (also known as Episode 86) airs on TV at 12:30 a.m. Eastern on Sunday, April 24, according to Toonami’s official schedule. What does this translate to in other time zones? In the CST (Central), you can watch it on TV at 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 23. That’s 9:30 p.m. Pacific (for West Coast folks) and 10:30 p.m. Mountain on Saturday night. Double-check local listings to be sure, of course.

If you don’t have a cable subscription, you can stream the Toonami broadcast on certain services, like Hulu Live TV (not Hulu’s regular subscription), Sling TV, AT&T Now, or YouTube TV. But Crunchyroll is a cheaper option if streaming is your preference and you don’t already have one of these services.


Stream the Attack on Titan Episode 86 Dub Online on Sunday Night

If you don’t have cable, then you can stream the English dub when it drops on Crunchyroll. Season 4 Episode 27 (aka Episode 86)’s dub drops on Crunchyroll on Sunday night, April 24. Here’s the Crunchyroll link.

According to Crunchyroll’s schedule and a representative from Funimation, the dub will drop at the following time on Sunday night:

  • April 24 at 9:30 p.m. Central/10:30 p.m. Eastern/7:30 p.m. Pacific/3:30 a.m. UTC

Note that Funimation used to be your only legal streaming dub choice for Attack on Titan’s newest dubs. However, since Funimation bought Crunchyroll, Crunchyroll now gets the dubs too. Funimation will eventually be phased out at some point in the future, and Crunchyroll will be your only option.

Here’s a recap of where we left off last week. (Spoilers below.) 

Our full review of last week’s episode is here. Below is a shorter synopsis.

Things took a downward turn fast last week, leaving fans and characters in emotional turmoil as the ending credits song kicked in.

Conny had to kill Daz and Samuel in order to save Armin and their entire plan to stop the Jaegerists. He and Armin had tried to stop this from happening. But Floch saw through their scheme pretty quickly, and everything fell apart. In the end, they were left with no choice but to kill the very friends they had served with since season 1.

And Daz and Samuel had a rich history on the show. Historia saved one and Sasha saved the other, which is likely part of the reason Conny’s action hit him especially deep. See our story here to learn more about the history of Daz and Samuel.

Providing cover for Reiner and Annie to sneak in, turn into Titans, and kill other Jaegerists must have been chilling for the team. Conny even flashed back to something Bertholdt had once told him, and could see himself in Bertholdt’s shoes now.

War is terrible.

Meanwhile, Gabi, Falco, Yelena, Onyankopon, and Levi had to watch from far away at a safe distance. It was no doubt hard for Levi to watch this all happen, hard to watch them teaming up with Reiner and Annie again.

The episode was gut-wrenching in so many ways, and it ended with Conny in absolute despair. What could this week hold?

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Stephanie Dwilson started Post Apocalyptic Media with her husband Derek. Her favorite shows of all-time are Attack on Titan, Battlestar Galactica and Lost, and she's always happy to talk about her cats. 🙂 She's a licensed attorney (currently not-practicing) and has a master's in science and technology journalism.

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