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‘My Hero Academia’ Season 4 Air Date, Spoilers: Now in Production, Movie Extends Theatrical Run
With the third season of the anime recently ending, fans are now clamoring for any news about “My Hero Academia” Season 4. Thanks to the overwhelming popularity of the show, the upcoming season is already well on its way to production. Unfortunately, the premiere date has yet to be announced, but this is to be expected. The series’ theatrical debut has also been extended.
“My Hero Academia” Season 4 is expected to pick off where Season 3 ended, which is when the students of 1-A were introduced to UA’s Big Three. Production for the season has already begun, Comicbook.com reports, if the Tweet by Studio Bones producer Yoshihiro Oyabu is anything to go by.
“Thank you for watching BNHA Season 3's last episode," the translated Tweet reads. "Because of everyone's support, we were able to start production of Season 4. We've already started working on it (lol)."
This should come as a huge relief to fans of the series. Knowing that “My Hero Academia” Season 4 is in production is a good indication that the anime is in a great place right now. It might be on its way to becoming the next “Naruto” or “One Piece,” if the author decides to extend the story that far. Speaking of which, it would seem that “My Hero Academia: Two Heroes” has been doing well.
The movie has been on its theatrical run in North America for some time now, and this has been extended due to the overwhelming reception of the anime film. In fact, “My Hero Academia: Two Heroes” has since grossed $5.1 million in the Western Market, Collider reports, which is huge. This will only serve to fuel the anticipation for “My Hero Academia” Season 4 even more.
Regarding the release period, it can be difficult to predict when “My Hero Academia” Season 4 will premiere. However, it will involve new partnerships among villains and will likely also feature several heroes losing their quirks.