Attack on Titan is premiering on Sunday, January 9, 2022. In the United States, the new episode is premiering with English subtitles in the early afternoon. We have a live countdown timer below, timed to end exactly when Attack on Titan’s new episode will drop. A representative from Funimation confirmed with Post Apocalyptic Media the exact time that the Season 4 Part 2 (Season 4 Episode 17) will be available for U.S. viewers.
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Here’s Your First Attack on Titan Live Countdown Timer
Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2’s first episode drops at 12:45 p.m. Pacific (2:45 p.m. Central) on January 9. Here’s the live countdown from CountingDownTo.
Please note: This countdown timer may not show up correctly on phones held vertically and some other devices. However, we have two countdown timers in the next section below that are responsive and will work on any device!
Remember, this is a live countdown to exactly when it drops in the U.S. with English subtitles. The episode will drop earlier on NHK in Japan.
Backup Countdown Timers
As with most things in life, there’s a chance that the above countdown timer might stop working or might not show up correctly on your website or mobile device. In case that happens, here are some backup countdown timers.
The first one is from Powrio.
This next one is from TickCounter.
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, so this is the one we typically watch. If you’re not a Funimation subscriber, you can sign up here.
Do you remember where we left off last year when Season 4 Episode 16 ended? It was a major cliffhanger. You can read the entire review here. The quick summary is below, and is anime-only friendly.
In the beginning of the last episode, after Zeke basically blew up himself and Levi, he managed to survive. A titan picked up his barely-living carcass and put him in its stomach, while he was having a weird vision of what we can only imagine is the founding Titan Ymir.
Yelena, meanwhile, is wholeheartedly following Zeke’s plan to end the Eldians for all of time and stop Titans from ever being born again. Zeke wants to use his power, with Eren, to end their people’s ability to reproduce, rather than create a Rumbling. Armin pretended to be moved by Yelena’s plan, which I doubt is true.
Pieck kept flipping back and forth to keep everyone on their toes, before she revealed she was still on the Marleyans’ side, even if she doesn’t trust them. As the episode ends, Reiner is flying in with a fleet from Marley behind him, and Eren is ready to fight him once again. But with Mikasa and the others locked up in jail, will this fight end up differently?