Attack On Titan Finale Season: Where To Watch, English Dub, Release and Everything We Know!


A dark fantasy and post-apocalyptic anime television series adapted from the manga of the same name by Hajime Isayama, Attack on Titan is currently airing in Japan. A world in which humanity lives in cities surrounded by enormous walls as a result of the Titans, gigantic human-like beings who devour humans apparently without reason, is depicted in the novel. After a Colossal Titan breaches the wall of their hometown, the story follows the adventures of Eren Yeager and his friends Mikasa Ackerman and Armin Arlert, whose lives are irreversibly altered. Eren and his friends join the Survey Corps, an elite group of soldiers who fight against the Titans, with the goal of exacting revenge and reclaiming the world from the Titans.

It was announced on December 7, 2020, that the fourth and final season would premiere on December 7, 2020; the second part of the season would premiere on January 10, 2022; and the third and final part of the season would premiere in 2023. By April 4, 2022, a total of 87 episodes of Attack on Titan had been broadcast, with the show currently in its fourth season. In this article, we will discuss how and where to watch the Attack on Titan season finale.

Where To Watch Attack On Titan Finale Season

Attack On Titan Finale
Attack On Titan Finale

As a result of the officially translated version of the finale being made accessible to stream outside of Japan for fans on Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Hulu, fans all over the world can now witness how Attack on Titan brought its latest anime era to a close for themselves.

Is Attack on Titan’s final season going too far?

As Attack on Titan came to a close with Part 2 of its last season, the series announced that Part 3 would consist of four one-hour episodes that would premiere or stream in 2023. That means we’ll have to wait at least a year to see Hajime Isayama’s epic (and terrible) saga come to a close — bringing us to a 2-2.5 year period since Attack on Titan Season 4 premiered in January of 2021 when we first started watching the series. For a seasonal story – let alone the conclusion – that is an absurdly long amount of time. Are the producers of Attack on Titan going too far with their last season?

This isn’t just a concern about how Attack on Titan opted to distribute its last season; the series has been stretching out its anime content ever since Season 3 aired in two parts, separated by roughly a year. Since fans were a little worn out by the previous season, AoT Season 4 is being split into three parts and released over the course of three years. Make your own calculations on how much frustration you’re experiencing.

In addition, the MAPPA and the creators of Attack on Titan Season 4 share some of the guilt for fans’ perception that the show’s conclusion is taking an excessive amount of time to conclude. Fans of Attack on Titan Season 4 have been kept in suspense until the end credits have rolled twice already, only to be informed that the next “part” of the final season will be released the following year, as part of the anime series’ fourth season’s “Part 1” and “Part 2” finales, respectively (2022 and 2023, respectively). Because the anime studio is generating unneeded anxiety around the series, when it could simply communicate upfront that the series will be divided into numerous parts, the series will suffer. The ambiguity did, indeed, keep people guessing as to whether or not the “endings” were real – but it also exhausted a great deal of emotional energy in the process.

Fans of the Attack on Titan manga have never been duped into believing that the anime would be able to conclude the series in a satisfactory manner – because, frankly, the episode numbers of both Season 4: Part 1 and Season 4: Part 2 never correlated with anything that looked like the end of the series. Attack on Titan manga fans, on the other hand, are well aware that Season 4: Part 3, which is the final story arc, is likely to generate non-stop backlash – especially after a year-long wait for it – and that they should be prepared for it to happen.

To say that the manga’s conclusion was contentious would be an understatement – and the Final Season has already demonstrated that the gruesome conclusion is much more awful in anime form than it is in the manga. The decision to give viewers such a powerful final dosage of the show could turn out to be a mistake.

Attack on Titan’s Final Season: Part 3 is scheduled to premiere in April of 2023, according to reports.

Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 Review: 

The second half of Attack on Titan has come to a close, and just reviewing the season’s heart-pounding, violent events is an achievement in and of itself. Given how much happens in this latest set of episodes, there are many factors to consider while breaking down the present circumstances befalling the Scout Regiment and the huge changes that have occurred in Eren Jaeger’s life. Needless to say, Studio MAPPA’s anime adaptation of Hajime Isayama is a dark masterpiece that flawlessly incorporates new elements into the saga.

This season’s impetus is Eren Jaeger’s character evolution or rather lack thereof, as Eren’s companions battle with the thought that the Attack Titan was possibly always the guy that he is today. We are treated to some meaty episodes in this trip down memory lane that offer viewers a lot to think about but do it in a way that is far less complex than you might assume if you read about these events on paper. Time travel is often a difficult element to introduce into a series that didn’t previously have it, but Attack on Titan manages to do so in a way that fits the broader ideas of the series while also providing fans with a new means of learning more about the Jaeger family in kind.

Considering the time travel components and Ymir’s story, this is by far the most severe season in a series noted for its severity, and it really works. Grisha Jaeger encountering his son Zeke and, in a dejected state, imploring his oldest son for forgiveness for the sins he heaped upon him was the most moving sequence for me in the series. It’s a heartbreaking scene that contributes to the exploration of these folks’ humanity and the journeys they’ve taken.

Not to say that this season is without problems, as the sheer number of distinct plot aspects and storylines can be perplexing when switching from character to character. It’s a lot to take in, and while MAPPA’s adaptation does an excellent job of balancing a number of spinning plates, there are still many more to balance. The confusion of this current batch of episodes contributes to the misery of the situation for our characters, but it’s easy to understand how this could throw viewers off when there are so many moving parts.

Speaking of Studio MAPPA, it’s evident that the animation house has learned from its mistakes in the first half of this last season, with the computer-generated animation of the Titans looking significantly smoother this time around, particularly when Eren faced off against Marley’s full force. There will always be a debate between the MAPPA and Wit styles when it comes to the series, and while both have their virtues and limitations, MAPPA feels tailor-made to tackle the darker components of this new chapter.

Eren’s decision to use the Founding Titan’s power and the Rumbling is a devastating one, effectively reversing the series’ narrative and transforming him into the franchise’s greatest threat, but the series took its time explaining why he’s doing so and how this fits with the character we’ve grown to know over the years. One of Attack on Titan’s greatest assets has always been how intelligent its characters are, and watching the turmoil within the Scout Regiment as they debate how to proceed and whether or not to kill Eren presents a really interesting scenario. This season has excelled at demonstrating that the distinctions between good and evil may never be as clear-cut as we believe.

While this latest season is not without flaws, it is unquestionably one of the best and most thought-provoking anime programs currently airing.

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Maria Gasper is a 'The Current' intern. She is a Journalism student at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. In June of last year, she was a reporting intern at Financial Planning magazine. She enjoys eating pasta, reading books by her favourite journalists, and playing with her three dogs when she is not writing finance articles. Words from Maria: “Money is a terrible master but an excellent servant.”