Where to stream Attack on Titan’s final anime season around the world

As the world counts down to the global premiere, we breakdown every platform that will be streaming the final season of Attack on Titan’s epic anime.

It’s almost time for the world’s biggest anime to return! Of course, we are talking about the colossal Attack on Titan series, which is set to dominate the global conversation on social media for the next three months.

Attack on Titan’s final season will be broadcast first on the Japanese broadcast network NHK General TV on Monday, January 10th at 12:05 AM local time.

New episodes from Attack on Titan season 4 part two will then make their way over to the international streaming partners – but where will the anime be available to watch online?

Attack on Titan | Final Season Trailer



Attack on Titan | Final Season Trailer






Crunchyroll and Funimation…

Both Crunchyroll and Funimation will be simulcasting the final season of the Attack on Titan anime, with new episodes airing each Sunday for the majority of international fans.

All previous seasons of the series are currently available as part of the respective content libraries, including the eight special OAD episodes that were recently released in December.

New episodes will be made available first to members who have subscribed to either the Crunchyroll or Funimation Premium package.

At the time of writing, both platforms offer a 14-day free trial period, with the Crunchyroll membership starting at £6.50 and Funimation from £4.99.

The streaming service does offer a 14-day free trial for premium, with new episodes dropping for free one week later.


There has been some considerable confusion online as to whether Attack on Titan season 4 part two would be available through the Netflix streaming service.

Unfortunately, the hit anime will not be simulcast on all international versions of Netflix, notably the North American and European versions of the streaming service will not be showing the new season.

However, Attack on Titan’s final broadcast will be shown on a select number of Asian versions of the streaming giant, including Netflix Japan, Netflix Philippines and Netflix Malaysia.

In all likelihood, Netflix users outside Asia should prepare themselves for a long wait on season 4 part two, with most international versions only having the first anime season available.

It is worth noting, that users can still access the new Attack on Titan season by using a VPN to connect with these select international versions of Netflix.

Hulu and Adult Swim’s Toonami…

The good news for Attack on Titan fans is that season 4 part two will also be simulcasting on the Hulu streaming service.

New episodes will be released on Hulu at the same time as they launch on Funimation and Crunchyroll, so fans won’t have to wait any longer than anyone else.

Hulu offers a 30-day free trial, with membership costing $6.99 a month with adverts and $12.99 a month for an advertisement-free experience.

An English dubbing is expected to be released on Adult Swim’s Toonami programming block, as was season 4 part one, but details on the launch remain unconfirmed.

Amazon Prime Video and Disney Plus…

Unfortunately, fans should not expect Attack on Titan season 4 part two to be made available on either the Amazon Prime Video or Disney Plus streaming services for a while.

Neither platform has publicly acquired the digital streaming rights for the hit anime, nor do they currently possess season 4 part one in their online library of content.

However, Attack on Titan content is currently available on select international versions of Disney Plus, mainly in Asia.

This article will be updated if new information on the international streaming of Attack on Titan is shared online.

By Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]

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