My Hero Academia Season 7 English Dub Release Date Confirmed by Crunchyroll

On Friday, May 17, 2024, Crunchyroll made an exciting announcement confirming the release date, cast list, and staff for the English dub of season 7 of My Hero Academia. The dubbed version of the seventh season of the TV anime adaptation of Kohei Horikoshi’s original manga series will be available for streaming starting on Saturday, May 18.

Similarly to other English dubs produced by Crunchyroll, the release date for the My Hero Academia season 7 English dub maintains a pace of two episodes behind the original Japanese audio.

Each episode of the season will be released in an English dubbed format two weeks after its initial airing.

My Hero Academia: Season 7 English Dub Welcomes New Cast Members to Production

The English dub for season 7 of My Hero Academia will feature Natalie Van Sistine as Star and Stripe, Kyle Hebert as Agpar, William Ofoegbu as Ethan, Aiden Call as Biggs, and Sean Letourneau as Wedge, as new additions to the cast.

The dub will feature new voices, such as Tyson Rinheart and Wyatt Baker, while the remaining cast members from previous seasons will reprise their roles in the English version of the seventh season.

Mike McFarland is in charge of directing the dub, while Zach Bolton serves as the producer and Jeremy Kraatz takes on the role of script adapter. Gino Palencia is responsible for mixing, August Cline handles engineering, and Nita Lieu serves as the translator.

It is anticipated that this will be the complete roster of personnel for the dub’s production, as the original Japanese staff for the anime series have already been assigned to the essential roles, and there will be no alterations to these positions during the dubbing process.

After the conclusion of the sixth season in March 2023, an official announcement was made for the highly anticipated seventh season of My Hero Academia. Prior to the season’s premiere, it was revealed that a four-episode special titled My Hero Academia Memories would air every Saturday, beginning on April 6. This special would serve as a lead-in to the highly anticipated seventh season.

The special acts as a summary compilation with additional scenes that provide further context to the events that fans will witness in the seventh season.

The anime is currently being shown on Japanese broadcast television through the YTV and NTV channels every Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Japanese Standard Time. This equates to a 4:30 a.m. EDT release time, although the episode’s debut on Crunchyroll is usually postponed by about an hour, with the exact time changing on a weekly basis.

In addition to the seventh season, the franchise is also set to release its fourth film on August 2, 2024. Titled You’re Next, the film will have Horikoshi as its general supervisor and original character designer. It will feature a new story that takes place during the same time period as the current television anime, showcasing the breakdown of a once-safe society.

Horikoshi’s manga series, which debuted in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in July 2014, is still ongoing and currently in its final arc. It is projected to conclude completely by the end of the 2024 calendar year, making its run approximately 10 years long.

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