It’s here: the last Attack on Titan Sunday if you’re watching the subtitled episodes. Sunday, March 28 marks the temporary end of an amazing journey. We’re looking at a long hiatus until the show comes back — but it IS coming back! Here’s how to watch Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 16’s “finale” online.Here's how you can watch #AttackonTitan Season 4 Episode 16 online (with links!) Click To Tweet
How to Stream Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 16 Online
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Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 16 is premiering a little later in the United States than we were used to previous weeks, thanks to Daylight Savings Time. The English sub will air in the U.S. at 3:45 p.m. Central on Sunday, March 28. In other time zones, that’s 1:45 p.m. Pacific/4:45 p.m. Eastern.
Here are the best links for watching Season 4 Episode 16 online legally. (We encourage legal viewing to support the creators, cast and crew!)
Watch AoT on Funimation: Season 4 Episode 16 (the English sub of the finale) will drop at this link.
To watch Episode 16 as soon as it’s available, go to Funimation’s link above and change the dropdown menu to Season 4. The new episodes will be listed as Episode 75. To watch the finale today, you’ll need a paid account. You can stream ad-free for just $7.99 a month, so that’s a great deal and pretty inexpensive. Funimation is available in the U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, Brazil, Mexico.
If you want to watch Episode 16 for free, you’ll need to wait about a week before you can see it on Funimation. To get a free account, go to the account signup page and scroll down until you see a link that reads “Not ready to commit” and then proceed from there. Just remember: you can’t watch it for free on the day it releases.
Watch AoT on Crunchyroll: Season 4 Episode 16 (sub) will premiere at this link once it’s available (and they will be listed as Episode 75.) If you sign up for a subscription so you can see the episode right away for $9.99 a month, a little more than it costs on Funimation. Crunchyroll’s episodes are available in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Iceland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, LATAM, Middle East, and Russia. If you have a free account, you’ll need to wait about a week.
Watch AoT on Hulu: Hulu will post Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 16 (sub) here once it’s online. Hulu sometimes gets the English subtitled episode a few minutes later than Crunchyroll or Funimation. If the episode doesn’t appear for you on Hulu, check out our story here for a workaround.
The English dub for Season 4 Episode 16 won’t be online for about a month.
How to Watch Season 4 Episode 16 Outside the U.S.
If you’re from outside the U.S., here are the details on how you can stream Season 4 Episode 16 online, as shared on the TV subreddit’s guide. The time your episode is available may be different from when it’s available in the U.S., so keep that in mind when looking for a new episode in your region.
- Wakanim: France, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Suisse, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Quebec, Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Georgia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia.
- Wakanim: Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Iceland (English subtitles) (French subtitles)
- Animelab: Australia and New Zealand
- Aniplus Asia: Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines
- Netflix: The Philippines, Thailand (several days after initial release; on Reddit, one person has said that the Netflix premiere dates are now Thursdays at 12 a.m. (11 p.m. JKT/THAI) in SEA regions. We haven’t confirmed this.)
- VVVVID: Italian Sub/Dub in Italy, Malta
- mtmad (Spanish subtitles)
- Amazon Prime Video: Italian Sub/Dub in Italy, Malta
- SelectaVision: European Spanish Sub in Spain
- iQiyi: Multi-language Subs in China
- DANET: VietSubs in Vietnam
- Muse Asia: Cantonese Subs in Hong Kong
Episode 15 Refresher
There are spoilers below for Episode 15.
Let’s look back at what happened before, as we get ready for the big finale.
Last week left us with another major cliffhanger after we delved deeply into Zeke’s backstory. We learned that Grisha repeated his father’s mistakes with Zeke, pushing his ideology on him and ultimately leading him to rebel. Zeke found a father figure in the previous Beast Titan’s host, who encouraged him to turn in his parents so he would stay safe. Zeke feels like the Titans have brought nothing but pain to everyone, so his ultimate goal is to end the entire Eldian race by using the Founding Titan’s power (with Eren’s help) to change Eldian physiology so they can’t have children.
Eren has said he’s on Zeke’s side, but I’m just not so sure.
Meanwhile, in Episode 14 Eren told Mikasa that she was controlled by an Ackerman compulsion created by the Founding Titan to always protect the Founding. He believes Mikasa’s love for him is a compulsion and not of her own free will. And he believes Eren is falling under the influence of the Colossal Titan, including Bertholdt’s memories. However, Zeke’s desire to wear the same glasses as his predecessor seems to point to his being under a similar influence.
We’re still left with a number of questions as we approach the finale. What exactly happened between the Tyburs and King Fritz to cause him to hide behind the wall in Paradis? Did he really lament Titans so much that he compelled his own punishment? Is what Eren said about the Ackermans really true? Do all the Titans pass along their original host’s ideology?