Almost a year after its fourth season, My Hero Academia is back with a fifth season, releasing its first episode on 27 March 2021. Each subsequent episode will be released at 5.30 PM JST on the Youmiri TV/ NTV 20 Stations.
The first teaser for the fifth season was released on 3 October 2020, five months after the fourth season ended.
The new season is no surprise to the fans as the manga is way ahead of the anime, possibly having two more seasons left for the animators to adapt. The anime has done exceedingly well, receiving consistent praise for seasons past. The manga still attracts millions of readers even after 7 years.
With Izuku at the forefront of the attack, he is paired together with Monama in the poster above on the opposite end. Right in the middle, it does seem that Hitoshi Shinso will be back once again and he’ll be looking to prove himself worthy of the Hero Course.
There is still some time before the fifth season is out, so if you want to watch the first four seasons, you can watch them on FUNimation Now, VRV, Netflix, and Crunchyroll depending on where you live.
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