My Hero Academia is an anime/manga series that takes place in a world full of people with superpowers… Except for Izuku Midoriya, who doesn’t have one.
He has always wanted to become a superhero, but due to his lack of “powers”, he has that goal as an impossible dream… that’s it until the world’s leading superhero All-Might chooses Izuku as his successor, turning the boy’s life upside down.
So far, we only have two seasons of the anime adaptation of the manga, the first one premiering back in 2016 and the second season premiering in 2017, and there hasn’t been a lot of time of waiting, there are a lot of fans eager for a third season, announced through the 44th issue of Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine.
For weeks and through social media reports, it was rumoured that a third season will be coming sooner than expected, exactly on April 2018, a date that follows the pattern of the last previous seasons.
Today, the official website of Crunchyroll -the website where we can watch My Hero Academy– has confirmed the news, through their official website, alongside with the official poster and the TV broadcast schedule:
- Nippon TV: every Saturday during the 17:30 time-slot (5:30 PM JST) beginning in April of 2018.
- Yomiuri TV: every Saturday during the 17:30 time-slot (5:30 PM JST) beginning in April of 2018.
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