‘Black Clover’ Season 4 Update: Toonami announces final season’s release

Black Clover Season 4

Black Clover Season 4 might have come to an end, but it is just about to hit Toonami next month.

Toonami officially announced the coming of Black Clover Season 4 on the said network as part of Adult Swim’s programming block. From the official release date to its schedule, here is everything you need to know.

Fourth Season’s Airing Schedule and Other Important Details

The new episodes seen on the network every Saturday evening are now inching closer to the anime’s original training arc.

Here, Asta and the other Magic Knights undergo training for the nearing battle against the Spade Kingdom.

However, since Black Clover Season 4’s English dub release has already hit Funimation, fans wonder when they can see it on Toonami.

Fortunately, the wait will be soon over as the late-night programming block drops a new schedule for its next month’s releases.

This includes the much-awaited fourth season. However, according to Comicbook, this will be the final arc fans are about to see in animated form.

It will begin with Episode 155, starting on Saturday, June 19, at 2 a.m. Eastern Time.

It will also include My Hero Academia at midnight, Dr. Stone at 12:30 a.m., and Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma at 1 a.m.

It will also feature The Promised Neverland at 1:30 a.m., Naruto: Shippuden at 2:30 a.m., Attack on Titan at 3 a.m. and Dragon Ball Super at 3:30 a.m.

The Final Season

Black Clover Season 4 has officially dropped its final episode on March 30. Fans could not help but noticed that the anime seems to have sped up its storyline, inching closer to the manga’s current story arc.

In the world of the anime adaptation, when an anime has completed adapting its manga’s current storyline, it will start to run out of source material. This just means that there will be no new content to offer the fans, per Republic World.

As this is what exactly happened to Black Clover, Pierrot has decided to cut the anime short. Its manga version is still going, though, but it is a good decision for the anime part.

It will give fans the chance to catch up on the manga series, while the animators will have ample time to rest.

Though fans are not happy with the news, this may not be the end of the series. Who knows, Asta’s story may continue on the small screen after Black Clover Season 4?

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