Following the season finale of My Hero Academia season four in Japan, a teaser trailer was shown announcing that a fifth season of the franchise is presently in the works by Studio Bones.

A release date for the fifth season has yet to be revealed.

Toonami has six episodes to go before reaching that point, with episode 83 scheduled to air on April 18, 2020. However, the dubs of episodes 84-88 have yet to be released due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Right now, Funimation are adjusting to having their entire production crew and cast work at home. Funimation and Toonami haven’t announced when these final five episodes will air as of this writing.

If you wish to see My Hero Academia continue to air on Toonami for the fifth season, make sure to continue watching or DVRing the series every Saturday. And as with any potential Toonami shows, we recommend sending your requests to Toonami’s Facebook page, or by directly messaging Jason DeMarco through his page or on his Twitter handle @Clarknova1. We also recommend letting Funimation know through their respective social media outlets.

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