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My Hero Academia season 5 release schedule: when does episode 25 air on Crunchyroll?

My Hero Academia season 5 episode 25 release date
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This is the end. My Hero Academia season 5, episode 25 marks the finale of a run that's stretched six months and provided us with all with a hearty helping of heroes, villains, and a whole host of weird and wonderful Quirks.

As the show is bidding a temporary farewell, there's every chance you're going to be dodging, diving, dipping, and ducking spoilers all weekend unless you watch the new My Hero Academia episode immediately.

Despite the relative lack of communication surrounding the medium, we're here to point you in the right direction for all of your MHA needs as the current season approaches its ending: release dates, air times, and info on English dubs are all found below.

My Hero Academia season 5, episode 23 release date: what time does episode 113 (finale) air on Crunchyroll?

My Hero Academia episode 113 release date time Crunchyroll Funimation finale

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My Hero Academia season 5, episode 25 is set to release on September 25.

Set your alarms. In the US, it's airing on Crunchyroll and Funimation from 2:30am Pacific/5:30am Eastern. Over in the UK, it's a far more manageable 10:30am. 

The English dub should be available on Funimation and Toonami in October.

My Hero Academia season 5 release schedule: how many episodes are left?

My Hero Academia season 5 episode count

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My Hero Academia season 5 is going to last 25 episodes, so there's now just one solitary episode to go.

That's practically official, thanks to news that distribution company Toho is releasing the season in four physical Blu-ray and DVD sets, with the final volume ending at episode 113. That arrives in January, indicating that the show will likely air across 26 weeks and will end in mid-to-late September.

Here’s the list of confirmed episodes set to air on Crunchyroll and Funimation in the coming weeks, with aired episodes in bold. We don't want to tempt fate, so we're taking it week-by-week and sticking with what's been officially confirmed. Episodes schedules are subject to change, however, as we saw with Attack on Titan earlier in 2021.

  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 1 (episode 89): March 27
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 2 (episode 90): April 3
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 3 (episode 91): April 10
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 4 (episode 92): April 17
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 5 (episode 93): April 24
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 6 (episode 94): May 1
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 7 (episode 95): May 8
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 8 (episode 96): May 15
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 9 (episode 97): May 22
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 10 (episode 98): May 29
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 11 (episode 99): June 5
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 12 (episode 100): June 12
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 13 (episode 101): June 19
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 14 (episode 102): June 26
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 15 (episode 103): July 10
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 16 (episode 104): July 17
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 17 (episode 105): July 24
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 18 (episode 106): July 31
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 19 (episode 107): August 14 [delay]
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 20 (episode 108): August 21
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 21 (episode 109): August 28
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 22 (episode 110): September 4
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 23 (episode 111): September 11
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 24 (episode 112): September 18
  • My Hero Academia season 5, episode 25 (season finale): September 25

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