“My Hero Academia” is currently one of the hottest shows in the world of anime or Japanese animation. Fans flocked to the movie that played in theaters last year, “My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising.” Fortunately, you don’t need cable to catch up on the adventures of Izuku Midoriya, aka Deku, and his fellow students as they hone their superpowers. You Stream watch for free or for a small cost online.
- Where You Can Watch Season My Hero Academia Season 5: Episodes are available on Hulu (free trial), Crunchyroll (free trial)
- Where You Can Watch Seasons 1-4: Hulu (free trial), Crunchyroll (free trial)
Where to Watch “My Hero Academia”
You can watch every season of My Hero Academia on Hulu and Crunchyroll. This includes the latest season (season 5). Read on to learn more about watching My Hero Academia on these services.
Hulu Has Every Episode of My Hero Academia
After Crunchyroll, the next cheapest option is Hulu’s streaming library, which starts at $7.99/month. All episodes of “My Hero Academia” are available on-demand through Hulu. Here are some other perks you can take advantage of when subscribing to Hulu
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Just about every streaming device supports Hulu. Check out our review of Hulu’s Streaming Library for more information.
Crunchyroll Has Every Episode Free
Crunchyroll also offers all episodes of “My Hero Academia.” All episodes of “My Hero Academia” are streaming for free on the site. You have to watch in standard definition, and there are ads, but it’s free to watch. Upgrading to a premium subscription will let you watch with no ads, and you can watch in HD. The premium subscription costs $7.99/month after the 14-day free trial.
Furthermore, once an episode airs in Japan, that episode is available one hour later for premium subscribers. This will come in handy now that season 5 is confirmed. On this service, “My Hero Academia” is available subbed (with subtitles). Check out our review of Crunchyroll for more information on this streaming service.
The streaming service Funimation also offers all episodes of My Hero Academia. However, Funimation’s parent company, Sony, is moving Funimation content to Crunchyroll. While Funimation is still available and does have episodes, I recommend those looking for a way to watch My Hero Academia look at subscribing to Hulu or Crunchyroll.