One of the highly anticipated releases for the fall anime season is My Hero Academia Season 6 with the heroes and villains facing each other for the Paranormal Liberation War arc. But for how many episodes will My Hero Academia Season 6 run?
How Many Episodes Will My Hero Academia Season 6 Have?
While there is no concrete episode count yet for My Hero Academia Season 6, the series just announced that it will be running for two consecutive cours which means that it would be having around 24 to 25 episodes all in all.
Two consecutive cours indicate that My Hero Academia Season 6 will fall under two anime seasons, both fall and winter. There will be no break in between the cours, should there be no interruption as to its weekly release.
Still, with the tradition of anime shows having a break for Christmas or New Year, My Hero Academia Season 6 is expected to follow this tradition as it did in previous seasons of the series.
What Will My Hero Academia Season 6 Cover?
My Hero Academia Season 6 will be featuring the Paranormal Liberation War arc where the heroes will be teaming up with the pros as they go against the team-up of the two villain teams into being the Paranormal Liberation.
The beloved anime series, My Hero Academia Season 6, follows the Japanese superhero shōnen manga series of Kōhei Horikoshi which started its publication in 2014. Studio Bones will remain to be the production studio of the series, as with previous seasons.
To date, there is no news yet whether My Hero Academia Season 6 will be available on Netflix for those in the US but it is expected to come out on the said streaming platform for those in Asia.
In most other regions, My Hero Academia Season 6 will be streaming on Crunchyroll.