Haikyuu Season 5 Release Date Rumors and Where To Watch It

Haikyuu Season 5 release date has not been fixed. However, its rumored premiere date is between August and October 2023, but this release date could be pushed into 2024. Haikyuu manga series currently has four seasons, and fans of the humorous, action-filled series have been wondering if there’s gonna be a season 5.

Haikyuu is a cheeky Japanese anime series that follows the life of Hinata Shoyo, a short protagonist who joins his school’s volleyball team with his friend and rival, Tobio Kageyama. Since it premiered in January 2022, the show has garnered a lot of followership from sports anime lovers. Read on for more details.

Is Haikyuu Over?

Since the fourth season of Haikyuu was released on January 11, 2020, fans of the volleyball anime series have been anticipating the release of a fifth season. While there have been talks of a fifth season possibly to be released in the later parts of 2023, this appears to be mere rumors since there have been no words on it by the show creators.

However, while there might be no Haikyuu Season 5, the thrilling anime series is expected to be closed with a sequel entitled Haikyuu!! Final. Since the first four seasons covered a total of 292 chapters of the manga, the two-part finale is expected to cover the rest of the manga chapters, which number over 100, and bring the series to an exciting end.

When is Haikyuu Season 5 Coming Out?

There has been no official statement on the release date for Haikyuu season 5. However, Haikyuu!! The final is likely to be released between August and October 2023, but this date could be pushed further down into 2024.

How Many Episodes Will Haikyuu Season 5 Have?

Since there is no official statement confirming the release of Haikyuu Season 5, it is difficult to state the number of episodes it will have, if any. However, the ending part of the series is expected to be a two-part film.

Where Can I Watch Haikyuu?

Since its premiere episode was released in January 2020, Haikyuu has garnered several recognitions, not just from anime lovers but also from volleyball and shonen fans. While most followers of the show eagerly await the release of its final part, several new initiates are wondering where they can watch the first four seasons.

Well, the good news is that the hilarious anime series is currently available on several streaming sites, both paid and free. Some of these streaming platforms include

  • Netflix
  • Crunchyroll
  • Disney+
  • Roku Channel
  • VRV
Haikyuu Season 5 Release Date and Where To Watch It
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Is Haikyuu on Netflix?

Yes, Haikyuu is currently available on Netflix. Subscribed users can log into their accounts and stream all five seasons of the series.

Will Haikyuu Season 5 Be On Netflix?

Since all four preceding seasons of the series are available on Netflix, there is every likelihood that Haikyuu Season 5 will also be available for streaming on the platform once it is released.

List of Haikyuu Cast and Crew

Of course, there would be nothing like a great movie if it didn’t involve some extraordinarily great characters and cast. Haikyuu is a very engaging and hilarious movie and most of it owes to the show’s unique characters, all of whom were creatively portrayed by a brilliant cast. Below is a list of some major and minor characters and cast on Haikyuu.

  • Shoyo Hinata, voiced by Bryson Baugus and 2 others
  • Tobio Kageyama, voiced by Scott Gibbs and 3 others
  • Daichi Sawamura, voiced by Justin Dora and 2 others
  • Koshi Sugawara, voiced by Adam Gibbs and 2 others
  • Ryunosuke Tanaka, voiced by Greg Cote and 1 other
  • Azaahi Azumane, voiced by Olanders Jones and 2 others
  • Yu Nishinoya, voiced by Greg Ayrers and 1 other

Haikyuu Correct Watch Order

The correct order for watching all four seasons of the Haikyuu series is

  • Haikyuu!! Movie 1: The End and the Beginning
  • Haikyuu!! Movie 2: Shousha to Haisha
  • Haikyuu!! Movie 3: Genius and the sense
  • Haikyuu!! Movie 4: Concept no Tatakai


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