My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode Guide
The next exciting chapter in the My Hero Academia saga will be here before you know it, so here’s the lowdown on what’s to come.
My Hero Academia is one of the more popular anime to emerge in recent years. With three seasons and a feature film under its belt, the series’ Season 4 hit the ground running in 2019, and continued strong in 2020 for another year of adventures following young Izuku Midoriya and his fellow classmates at U.A. High, culminating in a finale that sets up some mysterious changes for the characters going forward.
Now that the season’s over, we can expect to wait anywhere from a year and a half to two years for Season 5. Whenever you miss catching the newest episode of My Hero Academia on Saturdays, feel free to revisit Season 4 with us via our reviews down below!
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episodes
(Episode summaries courtesy of Hulu.)
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 1: The Scoop on U.A. Class 1-A
“After All Might announces his retirement, freelance reporter Taneo Tokuda goes to the dorms to investigate U.A. Class 1-A.”
release date: 10/12/2019
Read our review of “The Scoop on U.A. Class 1-A” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 2: Overhaul
“Overhaul pays a visit to the League of Villains, and Midoriya tries to find a place to do his work study.”
release date: 10/19/2019
Read our review of “Overhaul” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 3: Boy Meets…
“Izuku battles Sir Nighteye so he can do his work study at Nighteye’s agency, but Nighteye has someone else in mind to be All Might’s successor…”
release date: 10/26/2019
Read our review of “Boy Meets…” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 4: Fighting Fate
“Izuku’s mind is swirling with feelings from his work study, so he goes and talks to All Might about it and learns about All Might’s fate.”
release date: 11/9/2019
Read our review of “Fighting Fate” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 5: Let’s Go, Gutsy Red Riot
“The U.A. work study students go out with their respective heroes and become involved in some big fights.”
release date: 11/16/2019
Read our review of “Let’s Go, Gutsy Red Riot!” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 6: An Unpleasant Talk
“The work study students from U.A. attend a meeting of heroes gathered by Sir Nighteye and leave with new resolve.”
release date: 11/23/2019
Read our review of “An Unpleasant Talk” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 7: GO!!
“The work study students wait until the pro heroes find Eri and it’s time to start the operation to save her.”
release date: 11/30/2019
Read our review of “GO!!” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 8: Suneater of the Big Three
“The Shie Hassaikai is going all out to stop the heroes, and Suneater volunteers to take out the first batch of Eight Bullets members in their way.”
release date: 12/07/2019
Read our review of “Suneater of the Big Three” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 9: Red Riot
“As the fight with the Shie Hassaikai continues, Kirishima has to face his past when he and Fat Gum get separated from the others.”
release date: 12/14/2019
Read our review of “Red Riot” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 10: Temp Squad
“The Hassaikai gets some help from the League of Villains as the heroes continue to make their way to Chisaki to rescue Eri.”
release date: 12/21/2019
Read our review of “Temp Squad” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 11: Lemillion
“The League of Villains stay true to their name in their fight. Meanwhile, Togata catches up to Chisaki and Eri.”
release date: 12/28/2019
Read our review of “Lemillion” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 12: Unforeseen Hope
“Izuku, Eraser Head, and Sir Nighteye finally reach the area where Chisaki and the others are and find Togata past his limit…”
release date: 1/4/2020
Read our review of “Unforeseen Hope” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 13: Infinite 100%
“As the fight with the Shie Hassaikai reaches its climax, Chisaki looks back on how it all started, and Izuku uses All For One at 100%.”
release date: 1/11/2020
Read our review of “Infinite 100%” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 14: Bright Future
“As the heroes deal with the aftermath of the fight with the Shie Hassaikai, the vehicle transporting Chisaki has an encounter with the League of Villains.”
release date: 1/18/2020
Read our review of “Bright future” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 15: Smoldering Flames
“After the fight with the Shie Hassaikai, a new villain emerges, and the students who participated reflect on their own roles as future heroes.”
release date: 1/25/2020
Read our review of “Smoldering Flames” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 16: Win Those Kids’ Hearts
“Camie joins the provisional license training course and is added to the team working with the kids from Masegaki. Meanwhile, Endeavor has a serious talk with All Might.”
release date: 2/1/2020
Read our review of “Win Those Kids’ Hearts” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 17: Relief for License Trainees
“The trainees bond with the precocious Masegaki kids and life at U.A. goes back to normal as autumn approaches, but Aoyama has been acting strangely…”
release date: 2/8/2020
Read our review of “Relief for License Trainees” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 18: School Festival
“Class 1-A needs to decide what they want to do for the upcoming school festival, and Midoriya and Togata pay Eri a visit at the hospital.”
release date: 2/15/2020
Read our review of “School Festival” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 19: Prepping for the School Festival is the Funnest Part
“Class 1-A assigns roles for their performance at the school festival, and Gentle starts preparing his next plan.”
release date: 2/22/2020
Read our review of “Prepping for the School Festival is the Funnest Part” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 20: Gold Tips Imperial
“Eri visits U.A. while the students are preparing for the school festival, and Gentle finalizes his plans.”
release date: 2/29/2020
Read our review of “Gold Tips Imperial” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 21: Deku Vs. Gentle Criminal
“As Deku buys some last-minute supplies for the school festival, he encounters a mysterious man wrapped in a trench coat.”
release date: 3/7/2020
Read our review of “Deku Vs. Gentle Criminal” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 22: School Festival Start!!
“Izuku must stop Gentle Criminal and his partner, La Brava, or else the school festival will be cancelled.”
release date: 3/14/2020
Read our review of “School Festival Start!!” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 23: Let It Flow! School Festival!
“Izuku rushes back to the school festival after his encounter with Gentleman and La Brava, but will he make it in time for his performance?”
release date: 3/21/2020
Read our review of “Let It Flow! School Festival!” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 24: Japanese Hero Billboard Chart
“It’s time for the next Japanese Hero Billboard Chart rankings to be announced, and this time, all the top ten heroes make an appearance.”
release date: 3/28/2020
Read our review of “Japanese Hero Billboard Chart” here.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 25: His Start
“Endeavor and Hawks are up against High-End, and it’s Endeavor’s chance to show the world what the new number one hero is like.”
release date: 4/4/2020
Read our review of “His Start” here.