It’s official – My Hero Academia Season 3 will debut on April 7, 2018.
The premiere window was initially teased in a Weekly Shounen Jump preview before being confirmed at the “My Hero Academia: U.A. School [Heroes’ Culture] Festival” fan event.
Also confirmed is that season 3 will adapt the “School Trip Arc,” After the U.A.’s first term ends, Class A-1 goes to a training camp to train with The Pussycats hero team. However, a surprise attack from the Vanguard Action Squad threatens their peaceful summer break.
Studio Bones will once again work on the anime, and the former voice cast will reprise their roles. So far, 38-episodes have been produced, which has adapted the “Entrance Exam” through the “Finals Exam” arcs.
The My Hero Academia manga has been licensed by Viz Media and the anime can be streamed at Funimation, Hulu, and Crunchyroll.