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Where to Watch 'Attack on Titan' Season 4, Part 3

The 1-hour special arrived in March. Here's where you can stream Eren's latest exploits.

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For 10 years, we've watched the giants in Attack on Titan chew people up and not really spit them out, and we've seen Eren go from a sweet, traumatized kid to a menacing titan who devoured his own father. The brutality and terror in the anime series is undeniable, but it's also been filled with grief, action, social-political conflict and a little hope.

Attack on Titan will end its TV run this year, closing the curtain on Eren's saga as he charges to Marley with one thing in mind: destruction. What will become of his friends and enemies: Zeke, Mikasa, Jean, Annie, Levi, Armin and Reiner? If you've been holding out to stream the entire show or waiting to read Hajime Isayama's manga, you can catch up now and step into the last chapter. This time, "Final Season" really means final.

You'll want to tune in to hear the new theme song dedicated to Mikasa and to ultimately see if Eren and his gang of Titans succeed. Here's how to watch the hour-long Attack on Titan special. 

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Attack on Titan is here in all its intense glory.


Release dates for Attack on Titan season 4, part 3

Screenwriter Hiroshi Seko created the last arc to be seen as a continuous movie. With that in mind, part 3 will be broken into two installments when it airs in Japan. The first part was released on NHK General in Japan on March 4 at 12:25 a.m. JST. 

  • Viewers in the US were able to stream on Hulu as of March 3
  • Fans in the US and 200 other countries and territories can watch on Crunchyroll beginning March 3.

The second part of the final season will air later in 2023.

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Crunchyroll is home to thousands of anime titles, including simulcasts, on-demand releases and originals. You can sign up for a free account to stream ad-supported content on the service. Just note that not all titles are available with the free version, and there is a wait for new releases. However, anime fans who want immediate access to new episodes should opt for Crunchyroll's basic $8 ad-free subscription. There's a free 14-day trial for new subscribers. 

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Hulu's monthly subscriptions are priced at $8 for the ad-supported version and $15 for ad-free. In addition to watching anime titles, the streaming service has network TV shows, movies and a growing catalog of its own critically acclaimed original series, like The Handmaid's Tale and Only Murders in the Building. You can stream Attack on Titan on either of these video-on-demand plans. 

How to watch Attack on Titan Final season 4, part 3 from anywhere with a VPN 

Perhaps you're traveling abroad and want to stream Crunchyroll while away from home. With a VPN, you're able to virtually change your location on your phone, tablet or laptop to get access to the anime series from anywhere in the world. There are other good reasons to use a VPN for streaming, too.

A VPN is the best way to stop your ISP from throttling your speeds by encrypting your traffic. Using a VPN is also a great idea if you're traveling and find yourself connected to a Wi-Fi network, and you want to add an extra layer of privacy for your devices and logins. Streaming TV can be a bit smoother with a reliable, quality VPN that's passed our tests and security standards.

You can use a VPN to stream content legally as long as VPNs are legal in your country and you have a valid subscription to the streaming service you're using. The US and Canada are among the countries where VPNs are legal, but we advise against streaming or downloading content on illegal torrent sites. We recommend ExpressVPN, but you may opt for another provider from our best list such as Surfshark or NordVPN. 

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If you're looking for a secure and dependable VPN, our Editors' Choice is ExpressVPN. It's fast, works on multiple devices and provides stable streams. It's normally $13 per month, but you can sign up for ExpressVPN and save 49% -- the equivalent of $6.67 per month -- if you get an annual subscription. 

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Follow the VPN provider's instructions for installation, and choose a country where Attack on Titan Final Season part 3 will be streaming on Crunchyroll. Before you open the streaming app, make sure you are connected to your VPN using your selected region. If you want to stream the special episode on more than one device, it's possible you'll need to configure each one to ensure you are signed in. Go to settings and check your network connections to verify you're logged in and connected to your VPN account. Now you're ready to open Crunchyroll to stream. 

If you run into issues with streaming, first make sure your VPN is up and running on its encrypted IP address. Double-check that you've followed installation instructions correctly and you've picked the right geographical area for viewing. If you still encounter connection problems, you may need to reboot your device. Close all apps and windows, restart your device and connect to your VPN first. Note that some streaming services have restrictions on VPN access.