Attack on Titan Season 4 is almost here. And if you’re as excited about this amazing series as we are, then you’ll want to watch as soon as possible. So how do you stream Attack on Titan Season 4 online? We’re including all the links below to help you out.
The episode premiered Monday, December 7 in Japan at 00:10 a.m. on NHK, but in the United States the subtitled version released a little later. It premiered on Sunday, December 6 a couple of hours after it aired in Japan. In the U.S. the episode was first available with English subtitles at 12:45 p.m. Pacific (3:45 p.m. Eastern/2:45 p.m. Central).
Links to Legally Stream Attack on Titan Season 4 & Watch for Free
The dubbed episodes are coming out later. If you want to stream the English subtitle episodes right away in the United States, legally, here’s how, with links. (Note that because of extreme interest in the new season, it’s possible that some links may temporarily not work or take longer to load.) Crunchyroll provided the first link for watching, but Hulu has the most stable link.
Crunchyroll: Watch here for Season 4 episodes (direct link to Season 4 Episode 1 is here aka Episode 60.) (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 want an ad-free experience, you can sign up for Crunchyroll premium. Each come with a 14-day free trial.
Funimation: Watch here (U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, Brazil, Mexico.) This is where you can watch for free, and the episodes will likely also be released by someone on YouTube later. Because the episodes contain “mature content,” you’ll need to create an account or log in to watch them. These will contain ads. If you want to stream ad-free, you can try a free trial of Funimation Premium Plus here. It’s just $5.99/month for ad-free access to subs and dubs along with two simultaneous streams. It’s $7.99/month for ad-free access to the entire Funimation library and for the ability to download for offline viewing.
Toonami: Toonami has the first 3 seasons in the U.S. here, but it’s not clear when they’ll get Season 4.
The TV subreddit’s guide also lists these streaming sources for outside the U.S. We know Attack on Titan has viewers worldwide, so here’s where you can find it in other locations:
- Wakanim: December 6 at 6:34 PM (GMT + 1) in 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: December 7 at 11 a.m. GMT in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Iceland
- Animelab: December 7 in Australia and New Zealand
- Aniplus Asia: December 7 at 6 p.m. (GMT+8) in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines
- Netflix: December 11 in Philippines, Thailand
- VVVVID: Italian Sub/Dub in Italy, Malta
- 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
- Hulu: Although Hulu will get this series, the date is not known at this time.
How Many Episodes are in Attack on Titan Season 4?
Unfortunately, we don’t know how many episodes will be airing for Season 4 of Attack on Titan. It could be 24 to 25 episodes split in half with a break in between. But this isn’t yet confirmed. Other rumors are speculating there will be fewer episodes this season.
The synopsis reads: “It’s been four years since the Scout Regiment reached the shoreline, and the world looks different now. Things are heating up as the fate of the Scout Regiment—and the people of Paradis—are determined at last. However, Eren is missing. Will he reappear before age-old tensions between Marleyans and Eldians result in the war of all wars?”
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