Izuku Midoriya is a young boy who aspires to be a superhero despite being born without a quirk (superpower). His story has advanced significantly since it first began. Izuku and the other characters from My Hero Academia have gained a special place in our hearts, making it nearly impossible to stop watching the show.
Izuku’s story has now entered the Paranormal Liberation War Arc, so those who read the manga series must have known what will happen next in this Anime adaptation in season 6. However, those who only watch the anime version of My Hero Academia may have been curious about what will happen further.
Currently, only nine episodes of the show have aired, with the remaining episodes yet to be released. As fans cannot handle their curiosity toward the next episodes, here is the episode release schedule for My Hero Academia’s all 25 episodes.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode Release Schedule
Fan-loved manga- series, My Hero Academia follows a specific pattern every week to release episodes. What you should keep in mind is each new episode of the show will release every Saturday except if the authority decides to change the release date due to some unavoidable circumstances.
The first episode of My Hero Academia season 6 was released in the month of October 2022, and the whole season will have 25 episodes, releasing the last episode in the month of march.
All these 10 episodes are already released or are scheduled to release, so you should binge-watch all these episodes online to watch the next 15 episodes.
- Episode 1 (A quiet Beginning) – 1st October 2022, Saturday
- Episode 2 (Mirko, The No. 5 Hero) – 8th October 2022, Saturday
- Episode 3 (One’s Justice) -15th October 2022, Saturday
- Episode 4 (Inheritance) – 22nd October 2022, Saturday
- Episode 5 (A Thrill of Destruction) – 29th October 2022, Saturday
- Episode 6 (Encounter, Part 02) – 5th November 2022, Saturday
- Episode 7 (Disaster Walker) – 12th November 2022, Saturday
- Episode 8 (League of Villains VS UA Students) – 19th November 2022, Saturday
- Episodes 9 (Katsuki Bakugo: Rising) – 26th November 2022, Saturday
- Episode 10 (The Ones Within Us) – 3rd December 2022, Saturday
As 9 episodes have already been released, you must follow the following guide to watch further 15 episodes on the specified date and time.
- MHA Season 6 Episode 11 – 10th December 2022, Saturday
- MHA Season 6 Episode 12 – 17th December 2022, Saturday
- MHA Season 6Episode 13- 24th December 2022, Saturday
- MHA Season 6 Episode 14 – 31st December 2022, Saturday
- MHA Season 6 Episode 15 – 7th January 2023, Saturday
- MHA Season 6 Episode 16 – 14th January 2023, Saturday
- MHA Season 6 Episode 17 – 21st January 2023, Saturday
- MHA Season 6 Episode 18 – 28th January 2023, Saturday
- MHA Season 6 Episode 19 – 4th February 2023, Saturday
- MHA Season 6 Episode 20 – 11th February 2023, Saturday
- MHA Season 6 Episode 21 -18th February 2023, Saturday
- MHA Season 6Episode 22 – 25th February 2023, Saturday
- MHA Season 6 Episode 23- 4th March 2023, Saturday
- MHA Season 6 Episode 24 – 11th March 2023, Saturday
- MHA Season 6 Episode 25 – 18th March 2023, Saturday
Fans should always check in advance if there is any kind of delay in releasing episodes due to unforeseen circumstances, as the release dates of these 15 episodes are only a presumption and may be subject to change.
My Hero Academia Season 6 – Watching Guide
As you already know, on which day the episode of My Hero Academia is going to release, the timings are equally essential to never miss your favorite anime – My Hero Academia. Each new episode of My Hero Academia releases on Saturday or Sunday at 5.30 PM JST on the Japanese local television network, NBS or Ytv.
- Japanese Local Time: 5.30 PM JST
- Pacific Time: 2.30 AM
- Central Time: 4.30 AM
- Eastern Time: 5.30 AM
- Indian Standard Time: 3.00 PM
- Korean Standard Time: 5.30 PM
- Australian Time: 6.30 PM
- British Time: 9.30 AM
My Hero Academia also airs on American local television channels, SEA Animax and Toonami.
My Hero Academia Season 6 – Streaming Guide
If you do not have any access to a local television channel that airs episodes of My Hero Academia, you can still watch all episodes online. To binge-watch previous seasons, Netflix and Hulu are good to go. You need to pay the subscription amount, though. Additionally, you can watch all previous seasons and episodes on Crunchyroll’s website.
However, you will need to buy the premium subscription pack of $7.99/ month. Now that you are fully informed about how to watch My Hero Academia Season 6 episodes, set aside some time to watch your preferred anime on the defined dates and times.