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How To Watch Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 14’s Dub Online [Episode 73]

Attack on Titan Episode 73’s English dub (also referred to as Season 4 Episode 14) is streaming online today. Here’s how you can watch the newest episode online right away (once it’s online) if you’re watching the English dubs for Season 4 for the first time, or rewatching the dubs after you watched the subs.

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Stream the Episode 73 Dub on Funimation

Your best solution is using Funimation. It’s the cheapest and easiest way to watch the English dub legally in the U.S. You can watch the Season 4 Episode 14 English dub (Episode 73) on Funimation starting on Sunday night, April 18. It’s expected to premiere around 11 p.m. Eastern/10 p.m. Central. There’s always a chance it might drop sooner, but that’s typically the latest time that it posts.

You can stream Season 4 Episode 14’s English dub on Funimation at this link as soon as it’s available. (This link is available in U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, Brazil, Mexico).

Funimation and Cartoon Network (aka Toonami) are the only sources for streaming the English dubs of Attack on Titan legally at this time. It’s not on Hulu’s regular subscription yet or on Crunchyroll.

The new dubbed episode will appear on this link once it’s up. Change the dropdown menu to Season 4. The episode will have “English/Japanese” beneath the episode title once the dub’s available (and sometimes also Portuguese/Spanish). Look for Episode 73 if you want to watch Season 4 Episode 14. To watch today, you’ll need a paid account, which starts at about $7.99/month. If you get a free account, you might have to wait a week.


You Can Also Watch the Dub Online on Adult Swim with a Cable Subscription

If you have a cable or satellite subscription that includes The Cartoon Network/Adult Swim, then you have another way to watch the English dub online, called “Savagery.” However, you’ll need a cable or satellite login to make this option work. Toonami has an arrangement with Funimation where they get to broadcast the English dubs roughly a day before Funimation. So the dub originally aired on TV last last night/very early this morning.

If you have a cable login, then you can also watch the episodes on Adult Swim’s website here.


Episode 13 Refresher

There are spoilers below for Episode 13. 

Episode 13 left us with an insane cliffhanger. The Jaegerists took Hange and the rest of her crew captive, after revealing that they were behind Premier Zachary’s death. Armin had just told Gabi that Marley focuses too much on killing people,  just like someone else he knows (referring to Eren.) And at that moment, Eren casually strolled in, overhearing what Armin said. He showed Armin and Mikasa that his hand was cut (which might have been foreshadowed in the Season 3 opening) and that he just wanted to talk. But he looked so tired and so weary.

Before this, we learned that Nicolo believed the wine served to the high-ranking military officials might have been spiked with Zeke’s spinal fluid to turn people into Titans on Zeke’s command. This also cast doubt on the story Zeke told Levi about how he overtook Connie’s village. We learned that Floch knew about this the whole time. But the question remains: why are Floch and the others trusting Zeke after everything he’s done?

We saw Sasha’s father extend unprecedented forgiveness to Gabi, breaking a cycle of destruction and hate. Mikasa also stepped in to save Gabi’s life. Cycles are being broken.

But things aren’t going to be easy for Paradis. Reiner wants to attack Paradis, and Pieck is already embedded there. Things are about to get rough.

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Stephanie Dwilson started Post Apocalyptic Media with her husband Derek. Her favorite shows of all-time are Battlestar Galactica and Lost, and she's always happy to talk about her cats. 🙂

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