Attack on Titan Final Season The Final Chapters Special 1 is now streaming on Crunchyroll and Hulu.
The third final season of Attack on Titan is finally here with the final chapters. The final season first premiered in December of 2020, with the next season, or to say part two of the final season, airing at the beginning of 2022. Now two years after the final season began, the one-hour special first half of The Final Chapters of The Final Season, or part three of the final season, is now streaming on Crunchyroll and Hulu! Get ready for the latter part of the third part, of the final season, of one of the world’s most popular animes ever by watching the official trailer.
Attack on Titan Final Season The Final Chapters Special 1 Official Trailer
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While extremely irritated by the needlessly prolonged and elongated naming process of the final episodes of the series, the series is better than ever. Attack on Titan is going into some truly dark and violent territories that have audiences wondering if a happy ending is possible. With the conditions so many characters are in, physically, mentally, and emotionally, fans are bound to have to say goodbye to some before the final episode ends. Speaking of the final episode, here is the proposed release plan for the third part of the Final Season,
How Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 3 Will Air (via Crunchyroll and Hulu)
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Attack on Titan Final Season, Part 3 has been divided into two parts, Part 1 and Part 2. To make it clear, the entire breakdown of “The Final Season” will be put in bullet points.
- The Final Season Part 1 (16 Episodes)
- Series Episodes 60-75
- The Final Season Part 2 (12 Episodes)
- Series Episodes 76-87
- The Final Season Part 3, The Final Chapters Special Part 1 (Hour-long Special)
- Series Episode 88
- The Final Season Part 3, The Final Chapters Special Part 2 (Unknown length)
- Series Episode 89
Hopefully, that helps make “the final season” episode release make more sense. As the consistency with episode count, naming convention, and even transparency of information about the content has been a bit all over the place. If all goes at is currently slated, Attack on Titan Final Season The Final Chapters Special 2, which is the second part of part three of the final season, will air by the end of this year. If things change be sure to tune in as The Illuminerdi will make sure to cover it. The naming/release is unconventional, but the fans love to show too much to care.
Attack on Titan Final Season The Final Chapters Special 1 is now streaming on Crunchyroll and Hulu
About Attack on Titan
First Episode Date: September 28, 2013 (USA)
Creator: Hajime Isayama
Executive Producer: George Wada
Genres: Anime, Horror, Drama, Adventure, Dark fantasy, MORE
Theme Song: Guren no Yumiya
Production Studios: Wit Studio (Seasons 1–3) and MAPPA (Season 4)
Adapted From: Shingeki no Kyojin( Attack on Titan) Manga
Cast: Yuki Kaji, Yui Ishikawa, Marina Inoue, Hiro Shimono, Shiori Mikami, Kisho Taniyama, Yu Shimamura, Yoshimasa Hosoya, Romi Park, Hiroshi Kamiya, Takehito Koyasu, Natsuki Hanae, Ayane Sakura, Manami Numakura
Final Season THE FINAL CHAPTERS SPECIAL Synopsis:
The fate of the world hangs in the balance as Eren unleashes the ultimate power of the Titans. With a burning determination to eliminate all who threaten Eldia, he leads an unstoppable army of Colossal Titans towards Marley. Now a motley crew of his former comrades and enemies scramble to halt his deadly mission, the only question is, can they stop him?
Will you be watching Attack on Titan Final Season The Final Chapters Special 1 this weekend on Crunchyroll? Are you not a fan of the nonsensical way the franchise has named the last seasons of the series? Do you still love the franchise and want to see the end regardless of the ridiculous naming process? Let us know your thoughts and theories, preferably with no spoilers if you read the manga, on social media.
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