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Haikyuu Season 5 release delayed, check out the new release date

Haikyuu Season 2

The delay of Haikyuu season 5 was announced a month ago and fans have been anticipating the release of the fifth season since then. The fifth season of this famous Japanese shōnen manga will follow the story of Hinata Shouyou and his High School Volleyball team.

Haikyuu is created, written and illustrated by Haruichi Furudate and with some brilliant animation. The fourth season was a split cour and the second part was to release in July 2020 shifting the release of the fifth season to a later date. But, the fourth season is yet to be released and because of the ongoing pandemic, it is facing a number of delays.

Shouyou is a middle school student and with his newfound interest in Volleyball after watching the championship battle on TV, he has made a decision to be like the star of this National Championship. In the first part of the fourth season, the match between Karasuno High and Shirotorzawa academy was on. Karasuno High wins the game and Satori reveals his plan of retiring as soon as he completes high school.

Haikyuu Season 5: release date

Animation studio Production I.G. has made an official announcement that Haikyuu will be updated for the fifth season. This popular volleyball anime series had slated the release of Season 5 in July 2020, but now the release has been delayed. We do not know about the release date yet.

Haikyuu Series Guide

The anime series Haikyuu is available for streaming on various platforms like Crunchyroll, Hulu, Netflix and Amazon Prime.

In the fourth season, the Karasuno High School Volleyball team had made it to the National Tournament. Hinata has made some goals for himself and wishes to surpass Kageyama who is in his Volleyball team.

Haikyuu Season 5: Cast

The voice-over was given by Ayumu Murase for Shoyo Hinata, Kaito Ishikawa for Tobio Kageyama, Yu Hayashi for Ryunosuke Tanaka, Satoshi Hino for Daichi Sawamura, Miyu Irino for Koshi Sugawara and Koki Uchiyama for Kei Tsukishima.

Also Read: Haikyuu Season 5: All You Need To Know


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