My Hero Academia Season 5 will come out soon as the currently running Season 4 has ended. There is enough content in My Hero Academia manga chapters that the fifth season could have an amazing storyline.
My Hero Academia Season 5 has officially been confirmed in Issue #19! pic.twitter.com/MEQNbEEGTB
— Weekly Shonen Jump (@WSJ_manga) April 2, 2020
The anime series is also known as Boku no Hero Academia is one of the most popular show all over the world and fans are eagerly looking forward to the next season. Here is everything you need to know about My Hero Academia Season 5 release date, trailer, plot, total episodes and manga source chapters.
My Hero Academia Season 5 Trailer and Release Date
My Hero Academia Season 5 has been confirmed in the 19th edition of the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. The fourth season of My Hero Academia aired the last episode on April 4 and the fifth season was renewed two days before.
— 僕のヒーローアカデミア "ヒロアカ"アニメ公式 (@heroaca_anime) April 4, 2020
The makers also released small trailer footage for My Hero Academia Season 5 hinting that the anime production is already in works. My Hero Academia Season 5 release date should be set somewhere in July 2021 as per the production schedule.
My Hero Academia Season 5 Episodes, Plot and Manga Chapters
My Hero Academia Season 5 will also have a total of 23 episodes just like the first four seasons. The fifth season of Boku no Hero Academia will adapt the “Joint Training Arc” from the manga source chapters where students from Class 1-A and Class 1-B will compete against each other.
My Hero Academia Season 5 plot will also be inspired by the “Meta Liberation Army Arc” which introduced everyone to the “My Villain Academia” part. Most of the heroes will compete to become the No. 1 Pro Hero in the next installment. Endeavor is the current No. 1 Hero but MHA Season 5 will change the rankings.