Attack on Titan is almost here, and U.S. streaming platforms have finally revealed exactly when we should tune in to watch. The finale will be airing Saturday evening for U.S. viewers. Here’s everything we know about what time Season 4 Part 3 Part 2 (sometimes referred to as the final special part 2) will be dropped in Japan versus in the U.S. on both Crunchyroll and Hulu.
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(To watch the finale on Crunchyroll, visit the webpage here.)
Here’s When Attack on Titan Airs in Japan
Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 Part 2 premieres on TV in Japan on channel NHK on November 4 right around 24:00 (aka 12 a.m Japan time), according to the official website. (Although it’s airing the night of November 4 in Japan, it’s really technically midnight on November 5.) Japan is about 14 hours ahead of the Central Time Zone in the U.S., so this coincides with about 9 a.m. in the U.S. on November 4. Basically, this means that there will be a nearly 10 hour delay between when the episode drops in Japan until it’s available in the U.S. So if you see people posting about it before the episode is streaming here, that’s why.
Attack on Titan’s Finale Airs Saturday Night on Crunchyroll & Hulu
When Attack on Titan aired the first part of its finale earlier this year, the drop time was 6 p.m. Eastern/5 p.m. Central on the release day. It looks like it will be premiering around the same time for the second part of the finale too, just a little bit later.
The premiere times in different time zones, according to Crunchyroll, are:
- Saturday, November 4 at 5 p.m. Pacific
- November 4 at 6 p.m. Mountain
- November 4 at 7 p.m. Central
- November 4 at 8 p.m. Eastern
Hulu always releases new episodes at the same time as Crunchyroll, so these times are relevant for both streaming services.
If you prefer Hulu, visit here for the anime page that will include Attack on Titan. The top of the page also has a link for a free trial.
This airing marks the end of a saga. If you want to prepare for the new episode, check out our story from March where we looked at how the first part of the finale compared to the manga. The anime covered Chapters 131 through 134 in the manga, with just a few scenes left out. It’s unclear if those scenes will be saved for the ending movie this Saturday or not. There have also been rumors of an anime-only ending that might be slightly different from the manga, but so far there hasn’t been any concrete information to indicate that is going to happen.
What we do know is that the finale is going to be epic, and you’ll want to watch it as soon as it’s available in the U.S.