March 7, 2022
KAZÈ Anime has just finished the home video release of the fourth season of My Hero Academia , and the Berlin anime label has already announced the licensing of the fifth season in the latest newsletter. With that, fans of the superhero anime won't have to wait long for the sequel!
KAZÉ Anime has not yet announced any further details about the planned disc release of the 25-part fifth season. As soon as there is news about this, we will report about it as usual.
So while the sequel on disc is still a bit of a wait, ProSieben MAXX recently announced that the heroes are returning to free TV! From March 31, 2022, the free TV broadcaster will be broadcasting the fourth season of My Hero Academia as a German TV premiere from Monday to Friday at 6:30 p.m.
Season five of the popular superhero anime was directed by Kenji Nagasaki at the BONES studio and ran for the first time on Japanese television from March 2021 to September 2021 with a total of 25 episodes.
Currently, the anime series My Hero Academia consists of five seasons, the first four of which have already been released on Blu-ray and DVD by the anime label KAZÉ Anime. Crunchyroll also offers all five seasons and the first two films on demand – sometimes even in German. A sixth season of My Hero Academia has already been confirmed and is expected to start in the fall season of 2022!
This is what My Hero Academia is all about:
Young Izuku Midoriya has only one dream: he wants to one day become a superhero – just like his great idol All Might! This bubble bursts when he discovers that he is one of the few people who does not have an innate specialty – i.e. a special ability. But even as Normalo, Izuku doesn't want to give up and despite his classmates' gossip, he applies for the entrance exam at the Yuei Academy for superheroes…