The sixth season of My Hero Academia ended earlier this year, and it turns out that the last show of that season got a lot of live watchers when it first aired in Japan!
The My Hero Academia anime, based on the book by Kohei Horikoshi, has become one of the most well-known action anime of the last few years, and Season 6 changed a lot of things.
My Hero Academia Season 6 brought in the end Act of the story, and now My Hero Academia Season 7 is getting ready for the big end fights.
The season 6 finale of My Hero Academia showed in Japan. A report from Video Research Ltd., which was found by TV Fandom Lounge, said that over 2.01 million people watched the season 6 finale live.
This only shows how many people watched the broadcast in Japan, which is unfortunate, but it's likely a much bigger number when you add in all the fans who have since watched the season 6 finale online in other countries.
What's Next for Season 7 of My Hero Academia?
Shortly after My Hero Academia Season 6 ended, it was formally confirmed that My Hero Academia Season 7 was in the works. However, as of this writing, no release window or date has been provided.
Since the final episode marked the beginning of the Final Act of My Hero Academia's tale, we should expect some huge battles when the anime returns. It's going to be one dramatic fight after another as the heroes and villains give all they have left if it's anything like the manga for My Hero Academia.
The Final Act raises the issue of how long the My Hero Academia anime will continue to air. The return of the anime may take a little longer than anticipated because the My Hero Academia manga is now going through the last stages of the battles between the heroes and villains and is still setting up the story's grand conclusion.
However, it is evident from these numbers that viewers will be there to see it. How did you feel about the conclusion of My Hero Academia Season 6? Post your opinions about it in the comments section.