How to Watch My Hero Academia in Order: Anime Series & Movies List

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How to Watch My Hero Academia in Order: Anime Series & Movies List

One of the most loved modern shonen anime is My Hero Academia. What makes it exciting is that it is filled with action, adventure, and comedy with viewers anticipating the next episode. If you wish to binge-watch the series or just planning to watch it for the first time, it is recommended that you watch My Hero Academia in the right order.

Doing this can help you understand the progression of the story better, without asking what happened or who the new character is. As of this writing, My Hero Academia has five seasons, three movies, two specials, two OVAs, and one ONA.

How to Watch My Hero Academia in Order

How to Watch My Hero Academia in Order
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In this recommended order, we have combined all there is to watch related to My Hero Academia. The order was based on the progression of the story and not the release dates.

  • Season 1
  • My Hero Academia: Save! Rescue Training! OVA
  • My Hero Academia 2: Hero Note
  • Season 2
  • My Hero Academia: Training of the Dead OVA
  • My Hero Academia: All Might: Rising (Two Heroes Special)
  • My Hero Academia: Two Heroes
  • Season 3
  • My Hero Academia: Make It! Do-or-Die Survival Training
  • Season 4
  • My Hero Academia the Movie 2: Heroes: Rising
  • Season 5
  • My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission
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Unlike other shows, My Hero Academia doesn’t have that much filler so it would not be too bad to just watch everything.

It will take 51 hours and 8 minutes to complete My Hero Academia. The My Hero Academia manga is still ongoing as of this writing. The most recent season, which is season 5, ended in chapter 240.

My Hero Academia Season 6 will start with the Pro Hero Story Arc. The upcoming season is said to air in October 2022.

Fans can anticipate the series on Hulu, Funimation, and Crunchyroll. The streaming platforms even offer a dubbed version of the series for those who prefer to watch that way.

There are also free trial versions available for non-members to enjoy the series for free. Of course, there is also the option of subscribing to access the benefits of each platform.

Related: My Hero Academia Season 6 Release Date, Studio, Where to Watch, Trailer and Everything You Need to Know!