‘Attack on Titan’ will culminate to Roonami and end as the show’s final season. Toonami gave this information on its official Facebook profile ‘Attack on Titan: The Final Season – Part 2’ Episode 76: “Sentencing,” on Feb. 13, 2022, at 12:30 AM EST. In addition, the show will feature two other additions to Toonami’s anime lineup. The first addition is the video game adaptation Shenmue, which will air its first episode on Feb. 5. The second edition will be the second season of Assassination Classroom, premiered on the network earlier this year.
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The first episode of ‘Attack on Titan: The Final Season’ was aired on January 2021. At the start of 2022, the programming block revealed that it intends to add new anime shows and refresh its late-night Saturday/early Sunday schedule. Toonami intends to announce one show every week for the coming month.
‘Attack on Titan: The Final Season’appears to be the next show in this initiative, and it also includes ‘Assassination Classroom’ and the hugely popular fantasy dungeon-crawl ‘Made in Abyss.’ In addition, the network also announced that it would bring back the highly popular and long-running One Piece anime to its schedule.
Attack on Titan: The Final Season-Part 2 is a highly anticipated show, and the series premiered in Japan and on streaming services on Jan. 9. The first episode was a grand success and generated so much demand that it briefly brought the servers of anime streamer Crunchyroll offline on its premiere date. The end of the series will feature the adaptation of the remaining chapters from Hajime Isayama’s original manga, which published its controversial final chapter in early 2021.
Created by Isayama in 2009, ‘Attack on Titan’ has become one of the most commercially successful manga in history, with over 100 million copies worldwide. The anime adaptation was unveiled in 2014 has initially been produced in its first three critically-acclaimed seasons by Wit Studio (Ranking of Kings, Vivy: Fluorite Eyes’ Song). However, production was surprisingly shifted to studio MAPPA (Jujutsu Kaisen, Yuri!! on Ice) for the series’ final season.