The latest installment of Attack on Titan’s popular anime series has been delayed due to a series of earthquakes in Japan. AOT’s new episodes usually premiere on Sunday afternoons on Hulu. However, this weekend was different as Crunchyroll & Funimation both tweeted statements announcing that Season 4 Episode 14 (“Savagery”) had been postponed.
“Attack on Titan lovers heads up! The @FUNimation account tweeted Sunday that Attack on Titan Final Season Episode 73 would not air today due to an earthquake in Japan. We’ll keep you informed as soon as we learn more about the latest release date. Notice: The English dub for incident 68 will still be available later today as per usual.
Although we don’t know when Attack on Titan Episode 14 premieres on Hulu at this time, we will keep you posted with any additional information. This is all we know so far.
Is Attack on Titan Season 4, Episode 14 On Hulu
Nope. Unfortunately, AOT Episode 14 can’t be streamed on Hulu at the moment.
When will AOT Season 4, Episode 14 be on Hulu?
Funimation has tweeted an update on the AOT Season 4 Episode 14 release date. “Attack on Titan Final Season Update!” The firm tweeted: “Episode 72 will air at the normal time on Sunday, March 21.” Episode 74 is likely to be released shortly after.
We predict that AOT Season 4, Episode 14, (the 73rd episode of the show) will debut on Sunday, March 21st at 3:45 p.m. ET on Hulu. Hulu Episode 74 (Season 4, episode 15) must also be available for streaming Sunday, March 21st. However, it may take up to an hour to launch Episode 73. ***
Attack on Episode 14 Release Date
Crunchyroll, an anime streaming service, has confirmed that episode 4 from Attack on Titan season 4 is going to be published along with episode 15 on Sunday March 21st. This episode will be the 73rd Attack on Titan episode to be broadcast since the start of the series. After incident 73 is over, episode 74 will air. Episode 74 is called “Savegery” and Zeke will face Levi in a fierce fight. An earthquake measuring magnitude 4.7 struck Western Japan on Sunday, March 14. When the episode was about to air, it was being interrupted. Unexpected invasion caused the decision to delay the incident’s release.