With season 4 – the final season – part 2 currently airing, there’s no better time than now to catch up on the rest of the series. But if you’re looking to start, you may be wondering: how many episode are in Attack on Titan? And luckily for you, we have the answer to that! Or if you’re already all caught up on the series, we’ve also included everything you need to know about the second half of season 4. So, check it out now!
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Centuries ago, humanity was forced to retreat behind 50-meter tall walls for protection from titans, giant humanoid creatures that prey on humans. Then suddenly a titan appears that stands 60-meters tall and with one kick, brings the years of safety to an end. With his mother dead and father missing, Eren swears to get revenge and slaughter every titan. Eren joins the Survey Corps with his friends Armin and Mikasa to fight the titans and take back their home. But when strange things start happening, the Military soon realizes the enemy may be closer than they think.
How Many Episodes Are In Attack On Titan?
At the end of season four part 1, Attack on Titan had a total of 75 episodes across the series. The second half of season four will have an additional 12 episodes, which would bring the grand total to 87.
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Everything You Need To Know About Season 4 Part 2
*May contain slight spoilers if you haven’t already caught up on the series*
Season four begins four years after the failed mission to reclaim the Founding Titan, introducing the new characters Gabi Braun and Falco Grice. They young Eldian Warrior candidates seeking to inherit Reiner’s Armored Titan. But with the Survey Corps on the Marley shoreline, Gabi and Falco are sent with the other soldiers to go to war with the incoming infiltrators. Eren Jaeger – leading the fight against the Marleyans – has a plan: complete annihilation. But Eren’s comrades in the Survey Corps begin to realise that he has started to walk down a questionable path.
Season 4 part 2 started airing on the 10th of January with the episode titled Judgement. It picks up exactly where the first half left off, continuing with the War for Paradis arc. Eren is fighting alongside the Jaegerists in Shiganshina District against the Marleyan troops.
The episodes will be broadcast on Crunchyroll, Hulu and Funimation every Sunday at 12:45 pm Pacific / 2:45 pm Central / 3:45 pm Eastern time.
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