Crunchyroll Gets My Hero Academia Anime Season 7 in May
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Crunchyroll Gets My Hero Academia Anime Season 7 in May

Crunchyroll announced that season 7 of My Hero Academia will begin streaming on May 4, 2024, and ahead of that four anime episodes acting as a recap will appear. The My Hero Academia: Memories installments will begin airing on April 6, 2024. 

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There will be four episodes to My Hero Academia: Memories, which will cover seasons 1-6 of the anime. Every Saturday starting on April 6, 2024, one of these will air at 2:30am PT/5:30am ET/11:30am CET. These will lead up to the May 4, 2024 season 7 debut. In addition to Japanese with subtitles, there will be English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish dubs.

Crunchyroll didn’t note how long these summary segments will be or how the six seasons will be broken up among the installments. Note that those four episodes won’t cover any events of the movies, though. It will only recap the anime events proper.

As for season 7 of My Hero Academia, that will begin at 2:30am PT/5:30am ET/11:30am CET on May 4, 2024. Like the Memories episodes leading up to it, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish dubs will appear after the debut. 144 episodes of the show are currently on the service, as is the Two Heroes movie.

My Hero Academia is streaming on Crunchyroll, with season 7 of the anime about to begin on May 4, 2024. The manga is handled by Viz Media.

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