For years, it has been a staple title for both anime and manga, as it brings a collection of heroes and villains that will forever etch their names in everyone's hearts. With My Hero Academia Season 6 arriving soon, will the series be coming out on Netflix?
My Hero Academia is finally coming back to everyone's screens with Season 6 arriving this fall. It will follow the events of the finale of the fifth season coming into the Paranormal Liberation War arc where the League of Villains will be facing against the pro heroes.
My Hero Academia Season 6 will be available to stream on Crunchyroll, where it will have a simulcast release.
Will My Hero Academia Season 6 Be on Netflix? Release Date, News, and Predictions
Looking at the previous seasons of My Hero Academia, it only appeared on Netflix in certain regions such as Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, India, South Korea, and Hong Kong in the original Japanese dub with English subtitles.
Unfortunately, for those in the US, My Hero Academia has never been available on Netflix, possibly because of licensing and distribution issues. To date, it still hasn't been included in Netflix's roster for regions outside Asia.
Nonetheless, if you're located outside of Asia, you can still enjoy My Hero Academia Season 6 on Crunchyroll. It will be available to stream for those who have a premium plan subscription.
For your reference, there are two subscription plans you can choose from on Crunchyroll; namely, FAN and MEGA FAN.
The FAN premium plan is an ad-free plan that offers unlimited access to Crunchyroll’s roster of shows. New episodes are available to stream an hour after their release, but you can only stream on one device at a time. This plan costs $7.99 per month.
The second plan is MEGA FAN, which comes with the same perks as FAN, but it comes with offline viewing and access to using four devices at a time for $9.99 per month or $79.99 per year.
My Hero Academia Season 6 will premiere on October 1, 2022, forming part of the fall anime season lineup this year.