Haikyuu season 4

The anime named “ Haikyuu!!” is adapted from a Japnese manga series, as is the case for most anime. Haruichi Furudate has written and illustrated the manga series. The story of this anime is about a relatively short boy who wants to be a volleyball player, despite his height constraints. Production I.G has produces the series. The show made its debut in April of 2014. The first season has 25 episodes. Susumu Mitsunaka and Masako Sato are the directors of “Haikyuu!!”.

Taka Kishimoto has served as the writer. This show has been really popular ever since its release and it shows no signs of slowing down. The anime has been successful in maintaining its fanbase. Season 4 of the anime will be split into two parts and the first part is already out. When the first part of the anime was released, the viewers were in awe of the glorious animation style and they can expect more of that brilliance in the second part. Haikyuu!! will surprise its fans yet again with its second part.

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What about the second part of season 4?

There are teasers available for the second part. Fans can take a look at those if they are curious. The clips show that the Karasuno Volleyball Team is back in the game. The teasers will give the fans a first look into the comeback. The official release date has also been announced. The second part of the fourth season of “Haikyuu!!” will come out on 2nd October 2020. Every fan is hyped at the return of their favorite anime. The teaser clips also show the opening theme as well as the ending theme for the second part.

The second part was supposed to release earlier this year, but, unfortunately, it got delayed due to the pandemic. It was supposed to be here by July, but the fans had to wait for a couple of extra months instead.

Who is the cast of Haikyuu!!?

  • 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