Haikyuu Season 5

Haikyuu Season 4

Haikyuu is a Japanese anime series. It is just like most of the anime series, is the adoption of Japanese manga series by the same name. The manga has a total of 24 volumes. The series premiered on Apr 6, 2014. The season one consisted of 24 episodes. The second season came out on October 4, 2015, with 25 episodes. The season three premiered on October 7, 2016, with 10 episodes. The latest season, season 4 premiered in January 2020. The fourth season consists of two parts. The first part released in January 2020. The second part of the season is yet to come out.

About Haikyuu Season 4

Hinata watches “Little Giant” playing volleyball. He gets so inspired that as a result, he forms his own team. “Little Giant” is one of the ace volleyball players. He forms a small team out of his middle school team to participate in a volleyball tournament. They get into a competition. But that competition sets out to be the end rivalry of the team. “King of the Court,” Tobio Kageyama smashes their team brutally. Hinata swears to defeat Tobio Kageyama one day.  He gets promoted to high school, and he makes it into the schools’ volleyball team. Hoping to defeat Tobio soon, he finds out that Tobio is his teammate. Hinata’s short height makes it difficult for him to keep up with his teammates. He has to work closely with Tobio Kageyama to overcome his shortcomings.

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Release date of Haikyuu season 4 part 2:

The first part of the season 4 premiered recently in January 2020. After watching the first part, the fans are waiting for the second part. Everyone is thinking if there is any change in the release date due to the COVID pandemic. The release is undoubtedly affected due to the pandemic and the creators had to delay the release dates. The second part is expected to come out by the end of this year.


  •  Ayumu Murase as Shoyo Hinata
  •  Kaito Ishikawa as Tobio Kageyama
  •  Yu Hayashi as Ryunosuke Tanaka
  •  Satoshi Hino as Daichi Sawamura
  •  Miyu Irino as Koshi Sugawara
  •  Koki Uchiyama as Kei Tsukishima
  • Soma Saito as Tadashi Yamaguchi
  • Nobuhiko Okamoto as Yu Nishinoya
  • Yoshimasa Hosoya as Asahi Azumane
  • Hiroshi Kamiya as Ittetsu Takeda