Haikyuu fans rejoice! Haikyuu Season 5 will soon be debuting on your screens. The fourth season of the manga series is split into two parts and the second part of the season will be gracing our screens soon.
The anime adaption of the Japanese manga series first debuted on 6th April 2014 on MBS, and JNN stations. The series is available with English subtitles on Crunchyroll. Haruichi Furudate is the writer and illustrator of the series. The series is by Production I.G. The first part of the fourth season of the series aired on 10th January 2020.
Release Date of “Haikyuu Season 5”
The announcement of the fourth season of the anime series came at Jump Festa 2019 event. The kickoff for the series was on 22nd September 2019. The fourth season is split into two parts. The first part aired on 10th January 2020. The second part was scheduled to air in July 2020 but had to be halted due to the coronavirus pandemic. The second part is now set to debut in October 2020. It will consist of 25 episodes.
The second part of season 4 is set to release on 2nd October 2020. Season 5 will probably air sometime next year in 2021. Also, do check out the trailer here.
The Plot of the Series
The series follows a high school volleyball team and the relationship between players Hinata Shoyo and Kageyama Tobio. Hinata and Kageyama push each other into achieving their full potential. And also it is the beginning of Karasuno’s journey of redemption to restore the reputation of their team and make it to the nationals.
The fifth season is most likely to realize Hinata’s dreams. Hinata wants to be a successful Volleyball player and despite his short height, he never gave up.
It is time for him to show his worth in the nationals competition. The last season showed the struggles of the team and the hardships that they went through to mark their place in the nationals.
Now, that the team has finally made to the nationals we will get to see the incredible duo Kageyama and Hinata. We will also get to see Karasuno’s leader and libero, Nishinoya, and Sawamura’s pinching works, Tsukishima’s blocks, with Tanaka and Asahi’s fight which will make some points to the finals.
The Cast of the Series
The voice cast of the series are
- Shoyo Hinata voiced by Ayumu Murase
- Tobio Kageyama voiced by Kaito Ishikawa
- Ryunosuke Tanaka voiced by Yu Hayashi
- Daichi Sawamura voiced by Satoshi Hino
- Koshi Sugawara voiced by Miyu Irino
- Kei Tsukishima voiced by Koki Uchiyama
- Tadashi Yamaguchi voiced by Soma Saito
- Yu Nishinoya voiced by Nobuhiko Okamoto among others.