‘My Hero Academia’ Season 3 to Premiere April 7 on Funimation

The popular My Hero Academia anime will return for its third season this spring. Funimation will continue to deliver the story of our up-and-coming heroes this April.

Funimation will simultaneously stream the first six episodes of My Hero Academia on the same day as Japan, just like the streaming service did for Season 2. The episodes will be available on FunimationNow in the U.S., Canada, U.K, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia as well as subtitled simulcast on Hulu and Crunchyroll.

All 25 episodes of My Hero Academia season 3 will stream in SimulDub on FunimationNow and in subtitled simulcast on both Hulu and Crunchyroll.

“From rankings to polls to awards, My Hero Academia was without a doubt, universally recognized – by both fans and media alike – as the best in anime in 2017. The series truly resonates with the superhero lore and pop culture representations that North American audiences grew up with and continue to gravitate to,” said Gen Fukunaga, CEO and founder of Funimation in a press release. “We’re excited to be premiering Season 3 on April 7 and to be able to once again simultaneously stream the first six episodes of My Hero Academia in SimulDub on the same day and date as the Japanese broadcast.”

Alongside the announcement of My Hero Academia ’s Season 3 premiere, Funimation released the trailer for the upcoming batch of episodes, as well as a synopsis.

Summer is here, and the heroes of Class 1-A and 1-B are in for the toughest training camp of their lives! A group of seasoned pros pushes everyone’s Quirks to new heights as the students face one overwhelming challenge after another. Braving the elements in this secret location becomes the least of their worries when routine training turns into a critical struggle for survival.

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