The hit anime series My Hero Academia is getting a fourth season.
Season 4 was confirmed at the end of the Season 3 finale, “Unrivaled,” which aired today, September 29. “My Hero Academia, TV anime season four, is being made!” reads the subtitled version of the finale on Crunchyroll. Check out the gallery below for a look at the Season 4 announcement.
A premiere date for Season 4 has yet to be announced, with the episode’s end card simply saying, “coming soon.”
Given the series’ incredible success, news of a fourth season is hardly surprising. Season 2 was IGN’s 2017 Anime of the Year and Season 3 earned a spot on our list of the 6 best anime of 2018 so far.
Additionally, the new movie My Hero Academia: Two Heroes debuted earlier this week in North America to much success for Funimation. For our thoughts on the film, check out our My Hero Academia: Two Heroes review.
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