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Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 14 Postponed Due to Earthquake in Japan

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With the broadcast of Attack on Titan Season 4 episode 14 on March 14 on television station NHK General, this anime should only have two more episodes left to end its screening. But something unexpected happened in the middle of the anime broadcast.

The earthquake disaster hit the northern part of Wakayama prefecture, with a depth of 10 km epicenter, and a magnitude of + -4.6. Forcing NHK to stop broadcasting episode 14 of Attack on Titan Final Season.

This step was taken to provide an emergency report related to the earthquake that rocked the Wakayama area in Japan. Not only on NHK television, this emergency report was also broadcast by several television stations in Japan.

The broadcast of Attack on Titan (AOT) or Shingeki no Kyojin (SnK) season 4 episode 14 was interrupted in the middle of the program after showing one of the most anticipated scenes by many fans, namely the battle between Levi vs Zeke and his subordinates, as well as the duel between Eren and Armin.

When this article was published, there was no further information on whether the full version of the broadcast of the latest Final Season episode would continue in the near future at the NHK General station. However, considering that the broadcast time has passed, it is possible that the anime will be postponed until next Sunday.

Crunchyroll and Funimation, two streaming platforms that legally broadcast the series with English subtitles and several other languages have also announced the postponement of Attack on Titan Final Season episode 14 (73), a few minutes after the earthquake occurred.

Attack on Titan: The Final Season Anime itself began airing on December 7, 2020, the anime was confirmed to have a total of 16 episodes and broadcast live on NHK, dTV, Hikari TV, Amazon Prime Video and several other streaming platforms such as Crunchyroll, Funimation, Aniplus Asia, and Netflix with English subtitles. 

Attack on Titan: The Final Season is adapted from a manga written and ilustrated by Hajime Isayama, published in Kodansha's Bessatsu Shonen Magazine since September 9, 2009. 

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