My Hero Academia Season 4 has all the anime fans on the edge of their seats because it has been hyped up to be the best season of the show to date. Previously, we saw the Hero License Exam arc unfold, and while it was great, it isn’t nowhere near the level of what’s coming up next. We recently got a trailer for My Hero Academia Season 4 as well, and it revealed all the new characters that we’ll be seeing such as Chisaki, Sir Nighteye, The Big Three from U.A, among many others.
Now, we just got word that My Hero Academia Season 4 is going to have a total of 25 episodes, which means that it is a two-cour anime, just like the last two seasons of the show.
This doesn’t come out as a big surprise to most of the fans, but a confirmation goes a long way because there’s also a My Hero Academia movie coming out in Winter 2019, and there were some rumors that suggested the show is going to be just a single because of that. Thankfully, that’s not the case. Now, we can enjoy both the show and the movie throughout Fall 2019 and Winter 2020.
In case you haven’t checked out the trailer for My Hero Academia Season 4, you can do so down below:
We also got a Key Visual for My Hero Academia Season 4 about 2 weeks ago featuring Mirio, Izuku, Nighteye, and Eri. My Hero Academia Season 4 premieres on October 12, 2019.
Are you excited for that next season of MHA? Let me know your thoughts in the comments section below!