My Hero Academia fans won’t have to wait much longer for the series to return, as Funimation announced that My Hero Academia Season 4 will stream on October 12.
Funimation tweeted the announcement, with a picture of Class 1-A’s Izuku “Deku” Midoriya and Mirio “Lemillion” Togata against a red background. The tweet confirms My Hero Academia Season 4 will air on Funimation and Hulu across the US, Canada, the UK, Ireland, and Australia. FunimationNow will also SimulDub on the same day and date.
Funimation published a dubbed trailer for My Hero Academia Season 4 in July. In the trailer, below, Deku wrestles with the gravity of All Might’s retirement and the impending threat led by a new villain named Overhaul. It seems the heroes in Class 1-A are on a quest to save a little girl with a horn, with Deku striving to be the best and reach the number one spot.
The anime’s first film, My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, screened in August 2018 after premiering at Anime Expo in July 2018. In our review, we said, “While My Hero Academia: Two Heroes may not hit ‘Plus Ultra’ levels of excitement, and it never matches the highest moments of the show, if you’re looking for a fun extra dose of My Hero, Two Heroes is certain to satisfy that craving.” A second film, My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising, is scheduled to release December 20 in Japan.