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My Hero Academia Season 5: Expected Release Date and Reasons For Delay

The fans and followers of My Hero Academia are looking forward to watching the fifth season of the anime series. The fourth season of My Hero Academia was released on the network in October last year and concluded earlier this year in April. At the end of the fourth season, the announcement regarding the renewal of the anime series for the fifth season was made. Ever since the announcement, the fans and followers of My Hero Academia are looking forward to watching the fifth season of the anime series. Here is everything we know about the arrival of the fifth season of My Hero Academia and the possible reasons for the delay in the release of the series.

My Hero Academia: When Will The Fifth Season Of The Anime Series Arrive On The Network?

Ever since the announcement of the revival of My Hero Academia for the fifth season, the fans and followers of the series are eagerly waiting for the new season to arrive. To date, there is no news regarding the premiere date of the fifth season of My Hero Academia. The fans and followers will have to wait longer to watch the new season of the anime series. The makers usually keep a gap of one year between the premiere of two seasons. The fifth season of My Hero Academia can arrive sometime next year.

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My Hero Academia: Why Is There A Delay In The Premiere Of The Fifth Season Of The Anime Series?

Due to the global pandemic, work all around the world has been badly affected. The pandemic has affected the animation industry as well. Due to the lockdown, the work on the fifth season of My Hero Academia could not be started.

My Hero Academia: What Can The Viewers expect To Watch In The Fifth Season Of The Anime Series?

In the upcoming season of My Hero Academia, the viewers can expect to see a joint training arc. The audience can also expect to watch the backstory of Tomura, who is the main villain in the series.

My Hero Academia is based on the manga series written by Kōhei Horikoshi.

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