The group of musical poets collectively known as Boyz II Men once sang that it was hard, so hard, in fact, to say goodbye to yesterday. Anime fans are feeling that sentiment as they prepare to bid farewell to Attack on Titan.
Premiering all the way back in April of 2013, the immensely popular series has provided us with 86 episodes of entertainment. Later today, the final installment, Episode 87: “The Dawn of Humanity,” will debut on Hulu, Funimation, and Crunchyroll. We’re excited for the final episode, but disappointed that we’ve, to once again quote Boyz II Men, reached the end of the road.
When exactly will the Attack on Titan series finale arrive Hulu? Here’s everything you need to know.
Th Final Season of Attack on Titan by MAPPA is the only thing anime fans have been talking about. So far, eleven episodes of Season 4 Part 2 have come out, and after a long journey, we are finally getting closer to the end. Mikasa, Armin, Connie, Jean, Reiner, and Annie successfully defeated the Yeagerists, and now it’s time for the group to confront Eren.
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Annie, who has lost her hometown, asks Mikasa if she is ready to kill Eren if he doesn’t stop the Rumbling. Mikasa still doesn’t answer the question, and Annie also says that she doesn’t want to fight her friends, including Eren. So, it’s safe to say that the next episode will be a heartwrenching one.
After 87 episodes and almost a decade, Attack on Titan has almost come to an end. The show has yet to resolve the plot, defeat the villain, and tie up its story neatly with a bow. We are left on a big cliffhanger and a burning desire to know what happens next.
Sure, you can go and read the manga, but you’d be missing out on the amazing work Studio MAPPA has been doing all season, the incredible voice acting of Yuki Kaji and the rest of the cast, and the iconic musical score of the show.
The next episode of Attack on Titan is in a bit of limbo. Before Season 4 Part 2 was even released, it was heavily rumored that the season would not cover the entire end of the manga but would leave the finale for either a movie or a Part 3 of Season 4.
While we don’t yet know what form the next chapter of the story will take, we’ll sadly have to wait at least a few months before being able to see it. And if it will indeed be a movie, then we run into the problem of distribution. In the past, anime movies have gotten a substantially delayed North American release.
Though the waiting period has been reduced in the past couple of years (Jujutsu Kaisen 0 was released a mere 3 months after premiering in Japan), it would still take longer than it takes for subtitled episodes to reach the U.S.
Riverdale has always deserved more credit than it got. The show’s freshman season was an inspired take on a well-known property, updated to match the aesthetic of edgy post-streaming teen shows while seeking inspiration from classics like Twin Peaks. What it lacked in inspiration, it made up for in the way it presented the residents of the idyllic town of Riverdale. The show managed to find a way to make Betty (Lili Reinhart), an arguably boring character defined as being the 'good girl' into someone actually interesting to watch, and the choice to cast a Latinx actress for Veronica (Camila Mendes) gave the series some much-needed representation. And Archie (KJ Apa)…well, even if the show has never known what to do with him, it has always managed to make sure we were enamored by his physique. As the series progressed, though, Riverdale got stranger and stranger, a seemingly ordinary teen drama that traded excess for nuance turned into a cacophony of clashing genres and storylines. And out of it emerged a show that’s so impossibly unhinged, it’s quite literally hard to describe. Now, as the show teeters towards its seventh season, the cosmic balance of Riverdale has once again shifted this time due to Betty and Archie getting superpowers.
Show creator Robert Aguirre-Sacasa, the current Chief Creative Officer of Archie Comics, started out as a writer for the comic books where he introduced the supernatural to Riverdale in a series called Afterlife with Archie. While the tone and genre of the series were a big departure from the Archie Comics most people were used to, its popularity led to the creation of the darker Chilling Adventures of Sabrina comics and series. Suddenly, the Archie Comics world was open to experimentation. What had started out as a lightly comedic love triangle between an all-American high school boy and his love interests became ground zero for the writers to introduce zany concepts to the preexisting world of Archie. Titles like Archie vs Predator or Archie vs. Sharknado are out there for public consumption and are more well-received than you’d imagine. It’s important to point out that prior to Aguirre-Sacasa’s tenure as the CCO, Archie Comics had dabbled with some out-of-the-box concepts including throwing in the Punisher and time traveling. But it’s safe to say that those out-there stories were exceptions rather than the rule.
Riverdale might be a show with endless possibilities, having gone through alternate realities, serial killers, and now superpowers, but it is seeming more and more likely that the series will come to an end in the not too distant future. Cole Sprouse is the latest to talk about how the show and its cast are sort of ready to hang up their letterman jackets and "grow up" into a new series. Previously, Lili Reinhart talked about the series conceivably ending with Season 7, but there's no confirmation yet.
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In an interview for GQ, Sprouse talked about wanting to wrap up the show "with a bow" and how most of the actors involved with the show feel the same way. Which makes sense given how long they've been working on the CW hit. The show premiered back in January 2017 and has been nearly non-stop ever since.
“I'm not a creative force behind [Riverdale]. I actually have no creative control,” he said. “We show up, receive the scripts often the day of, and we're asked to shoot.” He also talked in the piece about being offered a chance at directing an episode, but he declined because he knew that his vision would quickly become that of the network's vision instead.
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Killing Eve is coming to an end. After four series and thirty-two episodes, the cat-and-mouse spy thriller will reach its conclusion, and the story of Eve and Villanelle will be over.
You’re probably looking for your new television obsession now – maybe another show with a great performance from Jodie Comer, or another drama that makes for the perfect binge-watch, or another romance where the leads have magnetic chemistry together.
After the emotional climax of Season Three, Eve (Golden Globe® winner Sandra Oh), Villanelle (Emmy® Award winner Jodie Comer) and Carolyn (BAFTA winner Fiona Shaw) are in very different places. Following Eve and Villanelle’s exchange on the bridge, Eve is on a revenge mission, while Villanelle has found a brand-new community in an attempt to prove she’s not a “monster.” Having killed Paul, Carolyn goes to extraordinary lengths to continue to chase down The Twelve and the person that ordered Kenny’s hit. This season follows our extraordinary women, each driven by passion, revenge and obsession, building towards a messy, nuanced and totally glorious series finale.
Laura Neal (Education, Secret Diary of a Call Girl) continues the Killing Eve tradition of a new lead writer every season, following Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Emerald Fennell and Suzanne Heathcote. Neal is also an executive producer on season four.
We’re talking about practice — specifically, a basketball practice in episode four of HBO’s Winning Time. Filmed on location at the College of the Desert in Palm Springs, it’s the moment when the Lakers’ new head coach, Tracy Letts’s Jack McKinney, convinces the players to use his fast-break offense, which would form the foundation of one of the most successful runs in sports history. It’s a complex scene that involves intricate actor and camera choreography, and the guy tasked with committing it to film (and tape and digital video), the director Damian Marcano, wasn’t even much of a basketball fan. (Marcano, who hails from Trinidad and Tobago, spent more time on set talking cricket with Jason Clarke, the Australian actor who plays outgoing Lakers coach Jerry West). But by marrying Marcano’s vision with a hired-gun “hoops whisperer” and a camera team that included an operator on in-line skates, the show was able to approximate for us mortals what it might have felt like to see the court in the singular way of Earvin “Magic” Johnson Jr. It’s just the latest example of the lengths to which the show goes to hit the story’s basketball beats.
Comprising of ten episodes, the series is a sensation right now on HBO, especially among Lakers fans. At the moment, the series has completed four episodes of 10, and the fifth is coming up soon. Read on to know all about the upcoming episode.