It’s Attack on Titan Saturday/Sunday and Season 4 Episode 20’s English dub is almost here. Here are all the details you’ll want to know about the official release date, and how to stream the episode online. Read on to learn everything we know about how to watch the English dub of Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 20, (aka Episode 79, “Memories of the Future.”)Here's how to watch the #AttackonTitan Season 4 Episode 20's English dub online, aka Episode 79. Click To Tweet
How to Stream Attack on Titan Episode 79’s English Dub on Funimation
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Season 4 Episode 20’s dub, called “Memories of the Future,” will drop on Funimation on Sunday, March 6. It will likely be available in the evening (even as late as 10 or 11 p.m.) but it could be dropped earlier.
A representative from Funimation confirmed with Post Apocalyptic Media that the dubs drop every Sunday, but an exact time isn’t clear guaranteed. And even though the subs have a consistent time of 3:45 p.m Eastern every Sunday on Funimation, the dubs don’t have a guaranteed time each week themselves.
To ensure you don’t miss “Memories of the Future” once it’s available, change the dropdown menu on Funimation to Season 4, so you’ll be able to see when the new episode is out. Each episode will have “English/Japanese” beneath the episode title once the dub is available, so you can choose between the sub or dub. Before that, only Japanese will be listed under the episode title. Once “Memories of the Future” has “English” listed under the title, you’ll know the dub is available.
To watch the new episode, you’ll need a paid account. However, you can also get a free trial on Funimation at the same link above, to test the platform.
The new dub released this week will not be on Hulu or Crunchyroll yet.
You Can Watch the Dub on Toonami if You Have a Cable Subscription
Every week, Toonami receives the English dub episode a few hours before Funimation. So this week, Season 4 Episode 20 will air on Toonami at 12:30 a.m. Eastern on Sunday, March 6 (11:30 p.m. Central on Saturday night, March 5.) It will air on Adult Swim/Cartoon Network/Toonami (all are names for the same channel.) In some regions, the time may vary depending on your cable provider, so be sure and confirm.
If you’re wanting to stream Toonami without a cable subscription, it should also be available on Hulu Live TV, Sling TV, AT&T Now, and YouTube TV. (Note that this is Hulu with Live TV, not the regular Hulu service. Hulu with Live TV is a more expensive premium service.)
You can see Toonami’s schedule here. Clicking on the Attack on Titan link on Toonami takes you to Adult Swim’s page here. Season 4 Episode 20 will be added at this link (although possibly after it has streamed on TV), but you’ll need a cable login to watch the episode on their webpage too.
Season 4 Episode 19 Refresher
Here’s where we left off last week. For a full review, check out our review and analysis of S4E19 here.
Among the biggest turn of events was what happened to poor Falco. When Zeke screamed, Falco transformed into a Titan and then ate Porco after he willingly offered himself up. This upset Reiner greatly, since he’s been very depressed and was ready to sacrifice himself for Falco anyway. But now, Reiner lives on.
Determined to make sure his brother didn’t suffer alone, Colt died while hugging onto his brother while he transformed. It was gut-wrenching. Now Falco is going to be the next Jaw Titan, following the line of succession from Marcel to Ymir to Porco.
Many others died when Zeke screamed, including Nile and Pyxis as they turned into Titans. And Eren may have died, after Gabi shot off his head in anger over what happened to Falco. But Zeke caught Eren’s head just before he died, transporting them both to the Path where they met the Founder Ymir. So there might be a chance that Eren’s body gets rebuilt just like Zeke, but it’s really not clear.
While they were in the path, Eren revealed his true motivations and that he’s not on board with the sterilization plan. In turn, Zeke revealed that he was not bound to the King Fritz’s ideology because he was not part of the royal family behind the wall. He was able to use his time waiting on Eren to awaken to nullify the vow against war. Now Zeke has the full powers of Ymir and doesn’t need Eren to activate them. But his love for his younger brother has left him determined to try to change Eren’s mind about his plan. But Eren, more than likely, will try to change Zeke’s mind too.