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How to Watch Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 21 Online

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 21 (Funimation)

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 21 drops today on Sunday, February 6, 2022. Read on to learn how to watch Attack on Titan S4E121 (also known as Episode 80) online, including direct streaming links for the new episode as soon as they’re available.

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How to Stream Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 21 Online

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Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 21 (the English subtitled version) will drop in the United States at 3:45 p.m. Eastern today on Sunday, February 6, 2022. If you’re in a different U.S. time zone, expect to see the episode at 12:45 p.m. Pacific/1:45 p.m. Mountain/2:45 p.m. Central. A Funimation representative confirmed this time with Post Apocalyptic Media, and the timing also applies to Hulu and Crunchyroll. Sometimes an episode might drop a little later if the streaming platform’s server is overloaded. If that happens, you might want to have one of the other links below ready just in case (many offer free trials.)

Here are the best links for watching Season 4 Episode 20 online. Many of these streaming platforms also offer free trials.

Watch AoT on Funimation: Season 4 Episode 21 (Episode 80) will drop the English subtitled episode at this link. You can also get a free trial at this link if you’re not a subscriber.

To watch Episode 21 on Funimation, click on the link above and change the dropdown menu to Season 4. The new episode will be listed as Episode 80 (“From You, 2000 Years Ago.”) You can stream ad-free for just $7.99 a month (or with a short free trial to test the paid service.) Funimation is available in the U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, Brazil, Mexico.

If you want to watch Episode 80 with a free account, you’ll want to know that free accounts typically can’t see the episode until a week after they drop. They’re locked until then. 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.

Watch AoT on Hulu: Hulu will post Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 21 at this link once it’s online. If the episode doesn’t appear for you on Hulu, our story here gives a workaround that can sometimes make it appear (as long as it’s 3:45 p.m. Eastern or later, of course.)

Watch AoT on Crunchyroll: Season 4 Episode 21 will premiere at this link once it’s available (and it will be listed as Episode 80.) If you sign up for a subscription, you can see the episode right away. It’s $9.99 a month, a little more than 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. Free accounts should be able to see the episode next week.

Learn when the English dubs will be available in our story here. Today only the episode with English subs is releasing.

Keep in mind, the episode will drop a few hours earlier in Japan (without subtitles) before it’s available in the U.S. So try to avoid spoilers until you get to see it!


How to Watch Season 4 Episode 21 Outside the U.S.

Watching the new episode, “From You, 2000 Years Ago,” outside of the United States will work differently than described in the section above. The details below were shared on the TV subreddit’s guide, and although aren’t guaranteed, are a good jumping off point for helping you watch outside the United States. The episode may be available at a different time than it is in the U.S.

  • 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 (typically several days after initial release.)
  • 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
  • Funimation: Also available in Canada, UK, Ireland, Brazil and Mexico
  • Crunchyroll: Also available in Canada, U.K., Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Iceland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, LATAM, Middle East, and Russia


Season 4 Episode 20 Refresher

Last week was a pretty intense episode that dropped some amazing revelations. Read our full review here.

Zeke took Eren through a journey of Grisha’s memories that lasted years (even if it may have been only seconds in the real world.) Instead of encountering what he expected — a story of Eren being brainwashed by Grisha — Zeke realized that Grisha had treated Eren differently growing up than he had treated Zeke. In fact, it was Eren who has always sought freedom, from the moment he was born. Eren isn’t going along with Zeke’s plan because he doesn’t agree with it, not because of any brainwashing that was done to him.

While they visited Grisha’s memories, there were times when Grisha was able to see Zeke and Eren watching him. As it turns out, this is because Attack Titans can see glimpses of their future successor’s memories, while Founding Titans (and others) can look into their predecessor’s memories. (Founding Titans have more power than this, but all Titans can see into their predecessor’s memories to at least some extent.) Eren was able to use the Founding Titan’s power, unlocked through Zeke, to peek into his father’s memories (which his father could then see by looking into Eren’s future memories) and convince him to go forward with the plan to end the Reiss family’s line and claim the Founding Titan.

During Grisha’s visit to the Reiss family (that ended in him killing everyone but Rod), we learned that the Founding Titan took a vow against war because he believes that ALL Eldians should be punished and persecuted essentially forever because of their early crimes against mankind. Every person of the royal bloodline born behind the wall is bound to this ideology, whether the “host” believes in it or not.

Grisha was destroyed at having to kill the Reiss family, including the children. He’s a doctor — he doesn’t want to take lives. After the slaughter, Grisha warns Zeke that from now on, Eren is going to win.

“I saw Eren’s memories of what comes next… But I never imagined it would be so terrible,” he says.

And while hugging Zeke, he begs: “Please, stop Eren.”

As of last week, there is still no word on what happened to Levi or whether he is alive or dead. Hange dove into the river with him, but it’s not clear where they went. That question remains unanswered.

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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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