This year marks the end of one of the most popular anime of recent times, we’re clearly noting Attack on Titan, which will arrive on streaming platforms in the near future after several parts of the supposedly definitive conclusion. And as a prelude to these events, it was only logical that spoilers were going to air on the networks since the manga had already ended.
We won’t mention spoilers here, but in line with the manga, much has been said about the final scene where Eren may be heading to his next destination, but for many it may be conflicting as there is no sequel foreseen. Of course, the television stations have confirmed that the November 4 special will be 85 minutes in duration and they have even released a commemorative poster for the event.
It is notable that this special will be aired on Japanese television networks and some streaming services such as CrunchyrollSo fans have options to watch the content, and yes, the series will reportedly be dubbed later.
Note that you can watch all seasons Attack on Titan and streaming
Editor’s note: No doubt this will be a very important event for what anime is and the fact that it ends on time positively says a lot, since there are eternal anime that have no end time, the obvious example being One Piece.