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‘Attack on Titan’ season 4 release date: List of streaming platforms where fans can watch simulcast and delayed broadcast
“Attack on Titan” season 4, also known as the anime’s final season, is just a couple of weeks away from its premiere. It is then time for fans, especially those outside Japan, to find the streaming platforms that will bring them new episodes every week.
‘Attack on Titan’ season 4: Where to watch
Luckily, some of the biggest streaming platforms already confirm they will offer a simulcast of “Attack on Titan” season 4. This means fans will have options to follow the series through legitimate sites and support it for its final installment.
Crunchyroll and Funimation were the first ones to announce they will offer the “Attack on Titan” season 4 simulcast, but note that their services are only accessible to selected regions only. A simulcast means the new episodes will be available on these platforms within 24 hours after it is released in Japan TV networks.
Funimation is only available in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. Crunchyroll will stream the new episodes in those territories as well as in Central America, South America, the United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, the Netherlands, and the Nordic countries. Other major streaming platforms such as AnimeLab (available in Australia and New Zealand) and Wakanim for Europe-based anime viewers have also announced a simulcast service for “Attack on Titan” season 4.
Meanwhile, fans based in countries not mentioned above will have to wait for further announcements or do a little research to find an official platform that will release new episodes of “Attack on Titan” season 4. Netflix announced “Attack on Titan” season 4 episodes will be available for its subscribers in select countries in Asia, including the Philippines. However, the streaming giant will not offer a simulcast as it confirmed the first episode will be added to its library every week starting on Dec. 11.
‘Attack on Titan’ season 4 release date, episode count
Streaming platforms that have “Attack on Titan” season 4 simulcast will have the first episode on Dec. 7 as it is also the same release date set for the series in Japan. A new episode will be released every following week.
The exact episode count for “Attack on Titan” season 4 has not been announced yet. But considering the number of untapped source materials from the manga, it could have the same number of installments as the third season. It can be recalled that season 3 was released in two cours -- the first one with 12 episodes from July to October 2018 while the second half had 10 episodes from April to July 2019.