Countdown to the final season Part 2 of the most popular, manga-turned-anime, “Attack on Titan” has started. Considered to be the anime of the decade, the final season got split into two cours. Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 1 had 16 episodes with Episode 1 getting a global premiere on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Funimation on Sunday, December 6, 2021. Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 is on its way with Episode 17 premiering on Sunday, 9th January 2022.
Attack on Titan’s fourth season will be broadcast in Japan on the NHK General TV channel on January 10 at 12:05 AM JST. The total number of episodes in Part 2 will be 12. In other words, Attack On Titan Episode 87 will be the finale of the AOT saga. The last and final episode of Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 Episode 12 release date will be in March 2022. At the time of release, the English subtitles with Japanese Dubbing will stream hours after the episode gets aired in Japan. Unfortunately, the Season 4 Part 2 Dub will take time to get released on licensed platforms.
For global fans, it’s a burning question. When will I get a chance to watch the English dub of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2? Is there a streaming service where one can watch “Attack On Titan Season 4” with English Dub from anywhere? Do we know yet approximately when all the AOT Season 4 Part 2 episodes will be released in dubbed languages? Which platforms will they be licensed to stream?
Will dub be released episode-wise each week after its sub-release? Will the entire season be subbed out before one gets to see the English dub of AOT Final season Episode 17? Have the producers revealed a schedule or set amount of time for the English dub to be released after the Japanese episodes make a debut?
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Let’s find out everything about when, where and how to watch all episodes of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 dub on any streaming platform.
When can I watch Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 Dub?
At the time of writing there is no official announcement about any platform’s plans to release Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 Dub anytime soon. However, AOT Season 4 Part 2 simulcast – Japanese Dub with Subs will be streaming officially on Crunchyroll on the day it gets broadcast in Japan. Apart from English subs there will be 7 more languages streaming over 200 countries globally. The regions included are the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, LATAM, Europe, the Middle East, and Russia.
Apart from Crunchyroll, Funimation and Hulu streaming services will also be airing all the episodes of AOT Final Season Part 2. Funimation’s broadcast will be available in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Australia and New Zealand. AOT Final Season Part 2 is expected to be licensed to stream on Adult Swim’s Toonami programming block also.
The English subs will be followed by an English dub shortly after. In the past, Season 2 and 3 English dubs dropped in a few weeks once the original episode got aired. On the basis of past records, the English dub of Episode 17 may air by the end of January 2022 or early February.
If you are a HULU subscriber and separately waiting for the dub either watch it live on Toonami or get a Funimation subscription. The Season 4 Part 2 dub won’t be coming to Hulu till sometime after it finishes simulcasting which will be in March and the dub won’t finish till April. Expect anytime May onwards the dub could come to Hulu.
Funimation and Crunchyroll remain to be the most effortless way to watch Attack on Titan Final Season English dub. All the 16 episodes of Part 1 are up and streaming. Now is the best time to relive Part 1 all 16 episodes on Hulu or Crunchyroll. One can opt to subscribe for one month or take a trial version to binge watch all 16 episodes with a one-month subscription. Watching dubbed version on Funimation will be a lot cheaper at $8 per month in comparison to $60 on Hulu. If you are looking for free sites, check out VRV. It lets you watch all the episodes without paying the subscription fee.
Apart from Crunchyroll, no other major platforms including Netflix, Amazon Prime or Disney Plus have announced streaming rights for the upcoming episodes.
When can I stream Shingeki no Kyojin Final Season Episode 17?
The countdown to AOT Season 4 Part 2 is about to expire. After a gap of 9 months, Eren is now bouncing back with episode 77 of the series. Unlike the streaming platforms of previous seasons, AOT will premiere exclusively on Crunchyroll for premium users on teh debut date.
Crunchyroll had announced that can stream Episode 17 at 21:45 on January 9. Sunday is the turn of this crackling debut, which will arrive just a few hours after being broadcast on Japanese broadcasters. AOT Season 4 Episode 17, “Condemnation” will air at 12:10 am(JST) in Japan on NHK General TV on Monday, 10th January 2022. Global fans outside Japan will be able to catch up with Eren and the gang every Sunday, after almost 5 hours since it broadcasts in Japanese.
Shingeki no Kyojin final season will be available for premium subscribers on all the 3 platforms Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Hulu. However, if you don’t have a plan on any of these platforms, you can watch for free. The episodes are free to watch on these platforms a week later, i.e. on Sunday, 16th January, or Monday, 17th January. The exact date and time will depend on the geographical location.
Read on to find when you can watch Shingeki no Kyojin Final Season Episode 17 in your region on Crunchyroll and Funimation in Japanese with English sub!
Pacific Standard time – 12:45 PM PST Sunday, 9th January 2022 (America)
Central Standard time – 2:45 PM CST Sunday, 9th January 2022 (America)
Eastern Standard time – 3:45 PM EST Sunday, 9th January 2022 (America)
British Time- 7:45 PM GMT Sunday, 9th January 2022 (UK)
Central European Time- 8:45 PM CET Sunday, 9th January 2022 (Europe)
Indian Standard Time- 2 AM IST Monday, 9th January 2022 (India)
Philippine Time- 3:45 AM PHT Monday, 9th January 2022 (Philippines)
Korea Time- 4:45 AM KST Monday, 9th January 2022 (Korea)
Australia Time- 6:15 AM ADHT Monday, 9th January 2022 (Australia)
New Zealand Time- 8:45 AM NZDT Monday, 9th January 2022 (New Zealand)
Is “Attack On Titan Season 4” on Netflix?
In the meantime, many of you cannot hold back for the “Attack On Titan Season 4” English dub to arrive. Many of us will be ready to sacrifice for AOT and watch even the subs because you can’t handle the wait. But “Attack On Titan Season 4” English sub is not available on Netflix in most countries.
In case they don’t stream in your country you can always use a good VPN service to enjoy “Attack On Titan Season 4” on Netflix. To do the same you need to follow the steps mentioned below:
- Download a safe and reliable VPN. Say NordVPN, Surfshark and ExpressVPN
- Sign in and associate with a server in the proper nation. For example, you’ll need to utilize a Japanese worker to unblock NHK from abroad.
- At last, visit your picked real time feature and attempt to play a video. It should begin immediately however on the off chance that not, clearing your treats and reviving the page should fix most issues.
Unfortunately, Netflix has removed the fourth season, as well as the second and third seasons of Attack on Titan from its catalog. It has only AOT Season 1 streaming annoying its users.
If you want to watch all seasons including the simulcast of Season 4, as suggested earlier, it is more convenient to watch all episodes on Anime only service platforms like Funimation, Crunchyroll or Animelab.
In the end, I would personally prefer watching Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 all episodes in subbed version. Why? The voice cast is amazing in the Japanese version. One can feel the emotions swelling up when they are in pain or in happiness. One can literally hear the distress in their voices when they scream or the happiness in their voices when they laugh. The same cannot be replicated in the dubbed version though the English voice actors are the best. But they just didn’t fit in. It’s my personal choice, I prefer subbed. Drop in your preferences in the comments box below and let us know what you think.