My Hero Academia: Season 5 Confirmed?

My Hero Academia has now become one of the most popular brands in the world. Soon after its debut back in 2016, the anime became an instant hit. The demand for more episodes increased, and the studio ended up renewing it up to the fourth season. It is the anime adaptation of a superhero manga series of the same name.

Moreover, the story is getting extra intense, and the characters more interesting than ever. On a whole, the franchise is getting assistance from throughout the globe. Numerous theories are surfacing the web. The stakes are getting higher as the story gets even more detailed.

Without a doubt, Season 4 was an absolute success. And, as soon as the season wrapped up, all eyes were set upon the possibilities of Season 5. So, without wasting any more time, let’s talk about season 5.  And, while you’re at it, also check out the official streaming platforms for My Hero Academia.

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My Hero Academia Season 5

The My Hero Academia update hit social media today from several well-known Twitter pages like WSJ_manga. The scoop claims the show will return to the small screen in spring 2021, and that would be huge news if true. But, currently, there is No Official word on the show or the premiere date of season five.
Also, Season 5 was confirmed to be in production by issue 18 of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in early April 2020. And, it was hinted that it will premiere in Spring 2021.  But, we have to consider that some of Studio Bones’ other anime projects were delayed by the effects of the SARS-COV-2 coronavirus pandemic. So there are chances that My Hero Academia could also be delayed.
The spring season begins in April for anime series and ends in June. It is likely that season 5 will be a two-part affair. With the first half going love in April and the Second half in July.

What will Hero Academia Season 5 be about?

As per reports, the fifth season will continue “Joint Training Arc”. In which, students from class 1-A and 1-B will face each other to additionally sharpen their powers. Hitoshi Shinso, the silent but one of the most powerful class 1-C student, will take on the limelight in this forthcoming season.

The following season may even go above and beyond and spread a smidgen of the “Meta Liberation Army Arc” which incorporates the exceptionally foreseen “My Villain Academia” part.

Where can I watch My Hero Academia?

You can watch all the seasons and episodes of My Hero Academia on  Crunchyroll and Funimation. The episodes are available with the original Japanese audio and English Subtitles. You can also find the English Dubbed episodes here. Note that, these are the official streaming platforms for the anime.

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