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Attack on Titan is a Japanese anime series, based on the manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama. The first season, directed by Tetsurō Araki and produced by Wit Studio (a subsidiary of IG Port), aired on MBS between April 6, 2013[12] and September 28, 2013. Season two aired on MBS, from April 1, 2017 to June 17, 2017.[13] The third season aired on NHK from July 22, 2018 to June 30, 2019.[14] The fourth season aired in two parts on NHK, from December 6, 2020 to March 28, 2021 and January 9, 2022 to April 3, 2022 respectively, with a third part set to premiere in 2023.[15][16][17] The third and final part, subtitled "The Final Chapters", is split into two one-hour specials; the first premiered in Japan on March 3, 2023, at 12:25 AM JST while the second will premiere in late 2023.[18]

Both Funimation and Crunchyroll simulcast the series on their respective websites, and Funimation began releasing the series on DVD and Blu Ray in North American in 2014.[12][19]

The English dubbed version of the first three seasons of Attack on Titan have aired on Adult Swim's Toonami block, with the series first airing on the block on May 3, 2014.[1] Season two premiered on Toonami from April 22, 2017 to July 22, 2017. Season three premiered on Toonami from August 18, 2018 to July 27, 2019. The first half of the final season premiered on Toonami from January 9, 2021 to May 1, 2021, with reruns continuing through August 28, 2021.[9] The second half of the final season premiered on Toonami from February 12, 2022 to April 30, 2022.[10] The hour long Attack on Titan special, Attack on Titan: The Final Chapters Part 1, will make its Toonami premiere from 12:30 AM to 2:00 AM on September 9, 2023. This special is the first half of the two part finale of the final season.[11] The series is rated TV-14-DLSV and TV-MA on Adult Swim.


The story follows Eren Jaeger, his adopted sister Mikasa Ackerman, and their friend Armin Arlert. After the wall which protects Eren's hometown is breached by Titans, including the 60-meter skinless Colossal Titan and the abnormally intelligent Armored Titan, a young Eren suffers the death of his mother at the hands of a Titan. Once Eren and his friends are evacuated from the district to safety, he vows revenge against all Titans and later enlists in the military, accompanied by Mikasa and Armin. After a period of grueling training, the three elect to join the Survey Corps which would allow them to leave the safety of the walls and fight the Titans one-on-one. Following graduation, the three are positioned in District Trost which juts out into the Titan-infested lands of Wall Maria. However, they are surprised by the sudden appearance of the Colossal Titan which breaches the wall as it did to Eren's hometown 5 years prior.

During the ensuing battle with Titans, Eren discovers, by accident, that he possesses the ability to transform into a Titan at will. Though he is seen as a threat to mankind by many, others, including those within the Survey Corps, see Eren's ability as a ray of hope in the fight against the Titans. Eren's strong resolve and his ability to kill other Titans with relative ease earns him a valued position within the Survey Corps, alongside Mikasa and Armin. With the threat of new Titans and a possible end to society, Eren and his companions begin a desperate fight to protect what remains of mankind while unraveling the secrets and mysteries behind the Titans, the walls, and even Eren's own existence.


Eren Jaeger — The protagonist of the series. Idealistic, hotheaded, aggressive, and impulsive, Eren seeks to annihilate the Titans and explore the outside world. As a child, age 9, he killed two of the kidnappers who murdered Mikasa's family and convinced Mikasa to fight and kill the third one while he was being strangled by the latter. He and his father came looking for her after finding her parents' bodies. He was ranked 5th in his trainee class, having no particular talent aside from his excellent close combat skills, but has been slowly but steadily improving his grades through outstanding effort and a strong sense of purpose. Following his mother's death, Eren has a brief encounter with his father who entrusts him with a key to their old house's basement in Shiganshina, claiming that he must reach it by whatever means necessary, but is not informed by him about what really is hidden there.

It is later revealed that Eren possess the strange ability to summon and control the body of a 15 meter class Titan. Eren believes this ability to be the result of injections given to him by his father after the death of his mother, although there are indications that he had those powers way before this point.

Mikasa Ackerman — Adopted child of the Jaeger family. Mikasa is the last known Asian living within the Walls after they were wiped out by the Titans. She is a quiet and withdrawn girl and her expression is always stoic except when Eren is in danger. Before she was adopted by the Jaegers, Mikasa and her mother were targeted by slave traders due to their race. However, after the slavers killed her father, Mikasa's mother lashed out to defend her daughter, resulting in her death. Mikasa was saved by Eren after he found them and killed the slavers. Due to this incident, she is very protective of Eren, and will follow and protect him no matter the circumstances, thinking that Eren is the last family she has and needs to stick with him no matter what. Although as the story progresses, it appears that the family kinship she feels for Eren is much deeper than what she claims. She only joins the military because of Eren. And although not literally thrilled to become a soldier she was ranked first in her graduating class. She is considered an unprecedented genius, a prodigy who excels in the most difficult courses. She is often teased about her attachment to her foster brother.

Armin Arlert — Eren's childhood best friend and Mikasa's closest friend. He is physically frail and relatively intrepid. Though timid and faint, his strategic intuition has saved Eren and Mikasa - and later everyone - several times. He believes himself to be completely incompetent in the beginning and hates himself for having to rely on his friends all the time. While Mikasa always fears for Eren's life, Eren worries for Armin's safety whenever they are in battle. It is also noted that Armin is the only one who manages to connect to and make Eren snap out of the animalistic control of his Titan side when he nearly kills Mikasa and snaps him out of his doubts when Eren cannot shift into his Titan form because of Annie. Armin has sub-par physical aptitude by soldiers' standards but is an alleged genius when it comes to theoretical courses. It is Mikasa who first encourages Armin out of his belief of being incompetent by pointing out that his strategic intuitions have always saved her and Eren in the past and he should have more faith in himself. As the story progresses his confidence blooms and his brilliant planning, tactics and deduction impresses high ranking officers that they respect his opinions considerably.

Voice Cast

Character English Voice Actor Japanese Voice Actor
Eren Jaeger Bryce Papenbrook Yūki Kaji
Mikasa Ackerman Trina Nishimura Yui Ishikawa
Armin Arlert Josh Grelle Marina Inoue
Levi Matthew Mercer Hiroshi Kamiya
Jean Kirstein Mike McFarland Kishō Taniyama
Annie Leonhart Lauren Landa Yū Shimamura
Connie Springer Clifford Chapin Hiro Shimono
Sasha Blouse Ashly Burch Yū Kobayashi
Erwin Smith J. Michael Tatum Daisuke Ono
Zoe Hange Jessica Calvello Romi Park
Marco Bott Austin Tindle Ryōta Ōsaka
Reiner Braun Robert McCollum Yoshimasa Hosoya
Bertolt Hoover David Matranga Tomohisa Hashizume
Petra Ral Caitlin Glass Natsuki Aikawa
Dot Pixis R Bruce Elliott Masahiko Tanaka
Hannes David Wald Keiji Fujiwara
Keith Shadis Patrick Seitz Tsuguo Mogami
Grisha Jaeger Chris Hury Hiroshi Tsuchida
Carla Jaeger Jessica Cavanagh Yoshino Takamori
Krista Lenz Bryn Apprill Shiori Mikami
Ymir Elizabeth Maxwell Saki Fujita
Thomas Wagner Duncan Brannan Shigeyuki Susaki
Mina Carolina Alexis Tipton Chika Anzai
Nack Tias Will Short Tomoyuki Higuchi
Mylius Zeramuski Joel McDonald Kazuhiro Fusegawa
Samuel David Trosko Kenji Takahashi
Franz James Chandler Kenta Ōkuma
Hannah Tia Ballard Megumi Satō
Tom Tyler Walker Shigeyuki Susaki
Daz Brad Venable Shūhei Takubo
Ian Dietrich Scott Freeman Yūya Murakami
Gustav Keith Kubal Go Shinomiya
Anka Rheinberger Jamie Marchi Ikumi Hayama
Kitz Weilmann Christopher R. Sabat Tomoyuki Shimura
Rico Brzenska Morgan Garrett Michiko Kaiden
Moblit Berner Jerry Jewell Rintarō Nishi
Hugo Tyson Rinehart Akio Suyama
Mitabi Jarnach Kyle Hebert Takanori Hoshino
Moses Jeff Johnson Takuya Masumoto
Moses' Mother Linda Young Kyoko Terase
Narrator Josh Grelle Marina Inoue
Eld Jinn Vic Mignogna Susumu Chiba
Nile Dok Ian Sinclair Anri Katsu
Lord Wald Barry Yandell Kōsuke Takaguchi
Mikasa's Father Jarrod Greene Daichi Endo
Mikasa's Mother Colleen Clinkenbeard Yūka Hirose
Oruo Bozado Chris Smith Shinji Kawada
Gunther Schultz Brett Weaver Kōzō Mito
Beane Cris George
Sawney Jonathan C. Osborne
Dallis Zachary John Swasey Hideaki Tezuka
Deiter John Burgmeier Yoshihito Sasaki
Marlo Todd Haberkorn Tomokazu Sugita
Pastor Nick Francis Henry Tomohisa Asō
Waltz Kyle Phillips
Hitch Brittney Karbowski Akeno Watanabe
Boris Micah Solusod Yūichi Karasuma
Jurgen Justin Cook Kazuhiro Fusegawa
Nanaba Lydia Mackay Asami Shimoda
Dennis Andrew T. Chandler Seirō Ogino
Luke Cis Eric Vale Masamichi Kitada
Mike Zacharius Jason Douglas Kenta Miyake
Ness Jonathan Brooks Kōichi Sakaguchi
Darius Baer-Varbrun Brian Mathis Akimitsu Takase
Petra's Father Chuck Huber Masaki Terasoma
Annie's Father Bill Jenkins Unshō Ishizuka



Color Season Episodes Toonami Premiere Toonami Finale
1 25 May 3, 2014 November 1, 2014
2 12 April 22, 2017 July 22, 2017
3.1 12 August 18, 2018 November 10, 2018
3.2 10 May 25, 2019 July 27, 2019
4.1 16 January 9, 2021 May 1, 2021
4.2 12 February 12, 2022 April 30, 2022
4.3 02 September 9, 2023 TBA

Broadcast History

In Japan, season 1 of Attack on Titan aired from April 6, 2013[12] to September 28, 2013 on MBS and later aired on Tokyo MX, FBS, TOS, HTB, TVA and BS11. Season 2 began airing in Japan, on the same networks, on April 1, 2017.[13] Following the broadcast of the second season's last episode, a third season was announced.[20] The third season aired on NHK from July 22, 2018[21] to June 30, 2019. The fourth and final season was split into three parts. The first part premiered on NHK from December 6, 2020 to March 28, 2021. Part 2 premiered from January 9, 2022 to April 3, 2022.[16] A third part consisting of two hour long specials are set to premiere in 2023.[17] The first special premiered in Japan on March 3, 2023 with the second special set to premiere later in 2023.

Both Funimation and Crunchyroll have streamed the series on their respective websites. Funimation also licensed the anime for home video release in 2014. In the United States, the series premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami block on May 3, 2014[1]From March 18 to May 24, 2019, reruns of the series also aired weeknights at 5 AM on Adult Swim, outside of Toonami. In Australia, the series was licensed by Madman Entertainment and the first season began airing on SBS 2, in Japanese with English subtitles, on September 30, 2014.[22]

  • Japan (MBS) — April 6, 2013[12] - September 28, 2013; April 1, 2017[13] - June 17, 2017
  • Japan (NHK) — January 9, 2016[23] - April 2016; July 22, 2018[14] - June 30, 2019; December 6, 2020 - March 28, 2021; January 9, 2022[16] - April 3, 2022; 2023[17]
  • United States (Adult Swim) — May 3, 2014[1] - January 17, 2015; March 28, 2015[2] - September 26, 2015; April 22, 2017[3] - October 14, 2017[4]; August 18, 2018[5][6] - July 27, 2019; November 9, 2019[7] - February 22, 2020[8]; January 9, 2021[9] - August 28, 2021; February 12, 2022 - August 6, 2022
  • Australia (SBS 2) — September 30, 2014[22] - 2015

Toonami Broadcast History

The first season aired on Adult Swim's Toonami block from May 3, 2014[1] to January 17, 2015. Reruns of the series then returned to Toonami for a second run, airing at 3:00 AM, from March 28, 2015[2] to September 26, 2015.

Season 2 was first announced to be premiering on Toonami during the special April Fools stream of a new episode of Rick and Morty on[13] Season 2 was first announced with a premiere date of April 29, 2017, but days later it was moved up to April 22nd.[3] On July 29, 2017, after the completion of the second season, reruns of the season were moved to the 3:00 AM time slot.[24] On October 21, 2017, the series was replaced in the lineup with Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG.[4]

It was announced on July 16, 2018, that season 3 would premiere on Toonami on August 18th at 11:00 PM.[5][6] With 12 episodes aired, season 3 went on a lengthy hiatus in Japan from October 15, 2018 to April 29, 2019.[25] Due to this hiatus, after a marathon of the first 12 episodes of season 3 aired on November 17th[26], reruns of season 3 began airing on Toonami the following week.

On December 8, 2018, reruns of the series were moved to the 2:00 AM time slot until it was moved again to the 3:30 AM time slot on January 5, 2019, where reruns of season 3 continued to air.[27] From March 2nd through May 18th, reruns of the first 12 episodes of season 1 were aired. New episodes of season 3 returned to Toonami on May 25, 2019 at 11:30 PM.[28] On July 20, 2019, a second episode of Attack on Titan replaced Sword Art Online: Alicization in the 12:00-12:30 AM time slot for one week only.[29] The final episode of season 3 aired at 11:30 PM the following week. Subsequently, the series was replaced in the lineup by gen:LOCK.[30]

Reruns of the series returned to Toonami on November 9, 2019 at 4:00 AM.[7] On February 8, 2020, the series was moved to the 3:30 AM time slot.[31] The series was removed from the block after February 22, 2020, due to Toonami losing the 3:00-4:00 AM time slots.[8]

The first part of the final season made its Toonami premiere on January 9, 2021 at 12:30 AM, extending the block by a half hour.[9] Due to severe weather conditions in the state of Texas, where the English dub was produced, the production was delayed forcing Toonami to rerun February 27th's premiere episode again on March 6th.[32] After episode 75 premiered on May 1, 2021, and due to the series being on hiatus in Japan until 2022, reruns of the first half of the final season moved to the 3:30 AM time slot.[33] The series moved to the 3:00 AM time slot on May 29, 2021.[34] The series was removed from Toonami following the August 28, 2021 broadcast and was subsequently replaced in the lineup by reruns of Dr. Stone.

The second half of the final season premiered on Toonami on February 12, 2022 at 12:30 AM, replacing Blade Runner: Black Lotus.[10] The finale of part two of the final season made its Toonami premiere on April 30, 2022 and reruns of the series subsequently began airing at 3:30 AM on May 14, 2022.[35] The series was removed from the block following the August 6, 2022 broadcast and was replaced in the lineup by Made in Abyss.

The hour long Attack on Titan special, Attack on Titan: The Final Chapters Part 1, will make its Toonami premiere from 12:30 AM to 2:00 AM on September 9, 2023.[11]

  • Toonami (United States) — May 3, 2014[1] - January 17, 2015; March 28, 2015[2] - September 26, 2015; April 22, 2017[3] - October 14, 2017[4]; August 18, 2018[5][6] - July 27, 2019; November 9, 2019[7] - February 22, 2020[8]; January 9, 2021[9] - August 28, 2021; February 12, 2022[10] - August 6, 2022

Toonami Marathons

The following is a list of Toonami marathons in which at least one episode of Attack on Titan appeared.

External Links


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 "Attack on Titan is Coming May 3rd at 11:30!!!! ". April 12, 2014. Retrieved on September 28, 2014. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "SWORD ART ONLINE II IS COMING - SCHEDULE CHANGE 3.28 ". March 13, 2015. Retrieved on March 13, 2015. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 "Attack On Titan Season 2 is coming to Toonami April 22nd at 12:30am! ". April 3, 2017. Retrieved on April 3, 2017. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 "Attack on Titan is coming to an end, but Toonami is proud to welcome back Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG! ". September 28, 2017. Retrieved on October 1, 2017. 
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 "You want it, we want it, let’s get it! ". July 16, 2018. Retrieved on July 16, 2018. 
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 "Time to bust out your calendars! ". August 3, 2018. Retrieved on August 3, 2018. 
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 "School’s back in session! ". October 25, 2019. Retrieved on October 25, 2019. 
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 "Bust out your planners, Toonami’s got some schedule updates! ". February 6, 2020. Retrieved on February 6, 2020. 
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 "Witness the final season of an epic series. ". December 22, 2020. Retrieved on December 22, 2020. 
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 "Toonami Line Up Update 2.12.2022 ". February 4, 2022. Retrieved on February 5, 2022. 
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 "Toonami Line Up Update 9.9.2023 ". August 11, 2023. Retrieved on August 12, 2023. 
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 "Funimation Streams Attack on Titan TV Anime ". April 12, 2013. Retrieved on October 2, 2016. 
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 "Jason DeMarco: Toonami to Air Attack on Titan Season 2 Starting on April 29 ". April 2, 2017. Retrieved on April 2, 2017. 
  14. 14.0 14.1 "Attack on Titan 3rd Season's Promo Video Reveals July 22 Premiere ". April 27, 2018. Retrieved on July 16, 2018. 
  15. "Attack on Titan Season 4: Final Season to Be Released Fall 2020 ". July 1, 2019. Retrieved on July 29, 2019. 
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 "Attack on Titan The Final Season Anime's Part 2 Video Reveals Premiere on January 9 ". October 13, 2021. Retrieved on April 17, 2022. 
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 "Attack on Titan The Final Season Anime's 'Conclusion' to Air in 2023 ". April 3, 2022. Retrieved on April 17, 2022. 
  18. "Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 3 Anime's 1st Half Airs as 1-Hour Special on March 3 ". February 28, 2023. Retrieved on August 21, 2023. 
  19. "Crunchyroll Also Streams Attack on Titan TV Anime ". April 13, 2013. Retrieved on October 2, 2016. 
  20. "Attack on Titan Anime Season 3 to Air in 2018 ". June 17, 2017. Retrieved on July 20, 2018. 
  21. "Attack on Titan 3rd Season's Promo Video Reveals July 22 Premiere ". April 27, 2018. Retrieved on July 20, 2018. 
  22. 22.0 22.1 "Attack on Titan Airing on SBS 2…. Right Now ". September 30, 2014. Retrieved on July 20, 2018. 
  23. "NHK's BS Premium to Air "Attack on Titan" TV Anime from January 2016 ". December 11, 2015. Retrieved on October 2, 2016. 
  24. "Time to update your calendars! ". July 25, 2017. Retrieved on August 3, 2017. 
  25. "'Attack On Titan' Season 3 Confirms Hiatus, Will Resume In 2019 ". October 14, 2018. Retrieved on December 3, 2018. 
  26. "The Titans are approaching! ". November 2, 2018. Retrieved on November 2, 2018. 
  27. "Put your fists up! ". November 15, 2018. Retrieved on November 15, 2018. 
  28. "The wait is over...almost. ". April 15, 2019. Retrieved on April 15, 2019. 
  29. "Sorry for the short notice! ". July 16, 2019. Retrieved on July 16, 2019. 
  30. "Toonami 8/3 Lineup - Next Saturday ". July 26, 2019. Retrieved on July 29, 2019. 
  31. "Fire Force is finishing up its red-hot run on the Toonami lineup ". January 23, 2020. Retrieved on January 23, 2020. 
  32. "Heads up AOT fans! Due to weather conditions in Texas, production is a little delayed ". February 23, 2021. Retrieved on February 23, 2021. 
  33. "Surpass your limits, surpass rivals! ". April 10, 2021. Retrieved on April 10, 2021. 
  34. "Line Up Update 05.29.2021 ". May 29, 2021. Retrieved on May 29, 2021. 
  35. "Toonami Line Up Update 5.14.2022 ". April 28, 2022. Retrieved on April 29, 2022. 
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