Attack on Titan's final season is here. The show -- which features humans facing off against gigantic, man-eating "Titans" in a post-apocalyptic, medieval-style universe -- is among the most popular anime on the planet. Now we get to watch the story conclude.
Here's what you need to know...
Where can I watch Attack on Titan?
Attack on Titan is available to stream on both Crunchyroll and , in addition to and Adult Swim. But if you want to watch as early as possible, your best bet is Crunchyroll and Funimation. Both of those platforms will have the latest episodes earliest. It's worth noting that Crunchyroll appeared to have a few difficulties on Sunday, as fans swarmed to the service to watch the first episode of season 4, part 2.
When do new Attack on Titan episodes drop?
Attack on Titan is simulcast with episodic releases in Japan. This Sunday the first episode dropped at 12.45 p.m. PT (3.45 p.m. ET) so you can expect new episodes to drop weekly at that time. So, essentially jump on to Funimation or Crunchyroll at 12.45 p.m. PT (3.45 p.m. ET) to watch new episodes of the show each Sunday.
It's worth noting these episodes will be subbed, not dubbed.
How many episodes are left?
According to MAPPA, the team producing the Attack on Titan anime, the second part of season 4 has 12 episodes in total. Now that the season premiere is live, that means there are only 11 more episodes of show left in the tank.
When will the Attack on Titan dub be available?
Arguments about the qualities of dubs versus subs aside, if you'd rather wait for the English dub of Attack on Titan's final season, you could be waiting for a while. Typically, it takes around a month from release for dubbed versions of the show to start dropping on Crunchyroll and Funimation.