Season 5 of My Hero Academia is currently airing, and my inner fangirl couldn’t be any happier than this.
The season has received mixed reviews; some fans are fawning over it while some are not really satisfied. I fall under the former category. This season has been my favorite.
While season 4 ended on a nail-biting moment, season 5 has wholly left me baffled. My questions are getting answered. We are reaching towards a very complex storyline.
Although some people dislike the art, it still has the same aesthetic appeal that the other seasons of My Hero Academia always had throughout these years.
Despite the current airing status, I’m sure most of the fandom has this problem— where to watch Season 5 of My Hero Academia legally?
Even though you love the anime and wish to support the artists, it sometimes becomes challenging to find legal streaming sites, so I have made your job a tad bit easier.
Further are some good and legal streaming sites where you can watch season 5.
After the premiere of the fifth season of My Hero Academia on March 27, 2021, the series will stream on platforms like Funimation, Crunchyroll, and Hulu, etc.
1. Which Arcs Will Season 5 Cover?
After the big reveal that All Might has weakened and Endeavour to become the number 1 hero, the villains have become more notorious than the previous seasons.
We are getting towards the secret behind One For All. Since the end credit scene episode of Deku meeting, the previous users of One For All my curiosity has known no bounds. I can’t wait for the story to progress further.
This season will cover up the Pro Hero Arc in the initial episodes. Vestiges will be a special episode; we will get more information on the first user of One For All.
Next up, the anime will cover the Joint training arc. We might capture an exhilarating moment between Class 1-A and Class 1-B.
Currently, the anime is airing the Endeavor Agency Arc that focuses more on who Endeavor is as an individual. Later episodes will focus on the League of Villains. Finally, Tomura Shigaraki will get some screen time that he deserves.
The studio hasn’t announced the remaining episodes; however, the fans are speculating this season will cover up the entire Paranormal Liberation War Arc as well.
3. Episode Date Schedule
It’s official; season 5 will air 25 episodes that will cover up almost two arcs. Here is the list of episodes that have already aired and will date in the future.
- Episode 1, All Hands on Deck: March 27, 2021
- Episode 2, Vestiges: April 3, 2021
- Episode 3, Clash! Class 1-A vs. Class 1-B!: April 10, 2021
- Episode 4, Make It Happen, Shinso!: April 17, 2021
- Episode 5, Operation New Improv Moves: April 24, 2021
- Episode 6, Foresight: May 1, 2021
- Episode 7, Match 3: May 8, 2021
- Episode 8, Match 3 Conclusion: May 15, 2021
- Episode 9, Early Bird!: May 22, 2021
- Episode 10, That Which Is Inherited: May 29, 2021
- Episode 11, Our Brawl: June 5, 2021
- Episode 12, The New Power and All For One: June 12, 2021
- Episode 13, Have a Merry Christmas!: June 19, 2021
- Episode 14, Off to Endeavor’s Agency!: June 26, 2021
- Episode 15 One Thing at a Time: July 10. 2021
As mentioned earlier, further details regarding the future episodes aren’t announced yet, so we cannot do anything but wait.
4. Other Streaming Sites and Watch Links
Here are some other platforms where you can watch the fifth season legally
- Apple TV
In South Asia and Southeast Asia, you can stream the series on-
5. Will There Be a Third Movie?
The grace of Anime Gods is falling on the fandom. This year will surely be holy because we are getting a third movie of My Hero Academia!
Rejoice, people. My Hero Academia: The MOVIE World Heroes Mission will premiere on 6th August all over Japan. Sadly there is no news about the International release date, but it surely won’t be far from August.
The hype for the movie is killing me; Deku is framed as a mass murderer in the movie. Although I think it’s a ploy as my boy Deku can’t kill a fly, let alone humans. Anyway, I have already ascended due to happiness, and I’m sure you are no different from me.
6. About My Hero Academia
My Hero Academia is a Japanese superhero manga series written and illustrated by Kōhei Horikoshi. It has been serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump since July 2014, with its chapters additionally collected in 24 tankōbon volumes as of August 2019.
It follows a quirkless boy Izuku Midoriya and how he backed the greatest Hero alive. Midoriya, a boy who has been admiring heroes and their ventures since the day he was born, came into this world without a quirk.
On one fateful day, he meets All Might the greatest Hero of all time and discovers that he was quirkless as well. With his diligent attitude and unwavering spirit about being a hero, Midoriya manages to impress All Might. He is chosen to be the heir to the power of One for All.Originally Written By Epic Dope