With the previous season ending on a cliffhanger-of-sorts, the My Hero Academia season 4 release date is bound to be hotly-anticipated. But when can we expect to watch My Hero Academia episode 64 and drop in on the likes of the League of Villains? It might actually be sooner than you think, we have a Fall 2019 release being mooted. Below, you’ll discover an exact release window for My Hero Academia season 4 as well as whether an English dub is coming too.
When is the My Hero Academia season 4 release date?
Right now, we have one thing and one thing only to go on when it comes to a My Hero Academia season 4 release date: A leaflet.
Wait, come back! It’s not as crazy as it might sounds. According to one Twitter user, pamphlets for anime festival Jump Festa were handed out late lear year and state state that My Hero Academia returns “October 2019.” That would make it more than a year since season 3’s finale, but also sets it up nicely to be one of the cornerstones of the Fall 2019 anime calendar. With the show previously airing on Saturdays, we can expect an exact My Hero Academia season 4 release date of one of the following:
- October 5, 2019
- October 12, 2019
- October 19, 2019
- October 26, 2019
With the previous two seasons both totalling 25 episodes each, it’s not beyond reason to expect the same again for My Hero Academia season 4. If that’s the case, it may well run in to late April 2020, a full two years after season 3 made its bow.
Will there be a My Hero Academia season 4 English dub?
There has been no official confirmation on that front but, at this point, it’d be madness not to do a My Hero Academia season 4 English dub. Not only is it one of the more popular anime series in the Western world as it stands, the dub also premiered on Funimation and every single episode up ’til now has an English dub. It’s only a matter of when and not if, and it wouldn’t be a big surprise to see a simulcast dub and sub effort when season 4 rolls around.