Attack on Titan Season 4 Gets Special Feature Ahead of The Final Part Premiere

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It's an exciting day for fans as Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 finally got a release window and a teaser for the upcoming episodes. However, you won't have to wait until March to get a glimpse at the return of the anime. It has just been confirmed that a special presentation will be broadcast ahead of the Final Season's premiere.

Attack on Titan The Final Season Special Announced

The official Twitter account for the TV program NHK 100 Cam has announced that it will cover MAPPA's production of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3. The special will put the focus on the staff who work behind the scenes of the anime.

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This is great news for Attack on Titan fans who can't wait for the premiere of Season 4's final part. It is also set to give people an idea of all the hard work that goes on behind the scenes.

Not surprisingly, fans are already expecting the 100 Cam special to shine a light on the difficulties that animators go through to bring stories to life. It's no secret that most studios demand a lot from their staff and hopefully, people will realize that animators deserve respect and a lot of vacation time.

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But what can we expect in Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3? We already know that Eren Jaeger has commandeered the Colossal Titans and they have arrived on Marley. In the meantime, the Alliance continues to try and put an end to the Rumbling. The third part of the fourth season is set to reveal how the Marleyans will fight back against the Titans.

The 100 Cam special on Attack on Titan The Final Season will be broadcast on Thursday, February 23, 2023, at 9:30 AM JST on NHK General

The first cour of Attack on Titan Season 4 The Final Part has already been confirmed to be broadcast in March 2023 while the second cour will be released later in the year.

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