The fourth season of Haikyuu was announced at the Jump Festa ’19 event, with a “kickoff event” for the new series being held on September 22, 2019. When it comes to series writing, then it is an anime adaptation of a manga series written by Haruichi Furudate. The show was produced by Production I.G and premiered on January 11, 2020 on the Super Animeism block.
Haikyuu Season 4 Dub Release Date 2021
It was later announced that the fourth season will be split-cour, with the second half airing in July 2020, however it was delayed and premiered on October 3, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The series uses four pieces of theme music: two opening themes and two ending themes. From episodes 1-13, the opening theme is “Phoenix” by Burnout Syndromes while the ending theme is “Kessen Spirit” by CHiCO with HoneyWorks. From episodes 14 onwards, the opening theme is “Toppako” by SUPER BEAVER while the ending theme is “One Day” by SPYAIR. Moreover, Sentai Filmworks’ history, one can expect the dub release to happen somewhere at the end of 2021 or the beginning of 2022.
What Is Haikyuu All About?
Haikyuu is an animation based upon Haruichi Furudate’s manga. Furudate is the author and illustrator for the manga. The plot follows a young man who has a sudden interest in becoming a well-known volleyball player. In this case, Haikyuu stands for “Volleyball” in Japanese. The boy’s name is Shouyou Hinata. He’s a smaller boy, but he is determined to be an icon in the sport. This sudden urge comes up when he sees a sporting event with a focus on a volleyball superstar, “The Little Giant,” who is about similar height. Additionally, he is a master of abilities.
The story tells the process through the process of Shouyou Hinata is defeated after joining his own team and fighting for only the second time. But, this doesn’t make him give up. Instead, he enrolls in the same school where his hero “The The Little Giant” was studying. In the process, he runs upon new competitions and challenges. However, the tale of determination, courage and a dream is not just one to discover.
Haikyuu Season 4 Plot Explored & Spoiler Alert
The fourth season of the cult sports show Haikyuu began where the previous season came to an end. It was a celebration of the victory of Karasuno and the preparations for the Spring High School National Volleyball Championship. Therefore, everyone was filled with determination and energy. But, the reality is that things aren’t always going to be in the way we would like to. As he is getting ready for the finals Tobio Kageyama is invited to attend an All-Japan Youth Training Camp. In the same way, Kei Tsukishima goes to a first-years’ camp at Miyagi Prefecture. In the end, Shouyou Hinata feels left behind.
He attempts to sneak into the school in which Tsukishima trains. However, he is stopped and is forced to be forced to make a decision. He’s given the option to go home or remain in the area and learn from watching other players perform. He decides to stay in the second. All of these preparations are in place that it is the Karasuno High team enters the National Championship. They have the good fortune of winning the opening game. However, many challenges and tough games are to be watched out for. The season will end between the beginning of their second game at the top of their league. For updates about Haikyuu be sure to check back!
Haikyuu Season 4 Dub Cast & Crew Members list
Check out the full cast and crew list of series Haikyuu Season 4 Dub:
- Bryson Baugus – Shoyo Hinata
- Scott Gibbs – Tobio Kageyama
- Adam Gibbs – Koshi Sugawara
- Adam Noble – Chikara Enoshita
- Benjamin McLaughlin – Hajime Iwaizumi
- Blake Weir – Takeru Nakashima
- Brittney Karbowski – Hitoka Yachi
- Cameron Bautsch – Tadashi Yamaguchi
- Carli Mosier – Saeko Tanaka
- Chris Patton – Toru Oikawa
- Clint Bickham – Kenma Kozume
- David Wald – Keishin Ukai
- Gareth West – Ittetsu Takeda
- Greg Ayres – Yu Nishinoya
- Greg Cote – Ryunosuke Tanaka
- Ian Sinclair – Kotaro Bokuto
- Jeremy Gee – Keiji Akaashi
- Joe Daniels – Wakatoshi “Ushiwaka” Ushijima
- Justin Doran – Daichi Sawamura
- Leraldo Anzaldua – Kei Tsukishima
- Mike Haimoto – Takanobu Aone
- Mike Yager – Lev Haiba
- Orlanders Jones – Asashi Azumane
- Rebekah Stevens – Kiyoko Shimizu
- Ty Mahany – Tetsuro Kuroo