The fourth season of Black Clover will premiere on Adult Swim's Toonami anime block this summer.
Toonami announced that the fourth and final season of popular shōnen anime Black Clover will debut on its anime block on June 19 at 2 a.m. ET. On its official Facebook, Toonami urged fans "to brush up on [their] magic" in time for the season's debut, which will air between episodes of The Promised Neverland and Naruto Shippūden. As of now, Black Clover's third season is currently airing on Toonami.
Black Clover Season 4 will join several other popular shōnen anime on Toonami's summer block, including My Hero Academia, Dr. Stone: Stone Wars, Food Wars! The Third Plate, The Promised Neverland, Naruto Shippūden, Attack on Titan and Dragon Ball Super. This weekly lineup, which will air from 12 a.m. to 4 a.m., will begin on May 29.
Black Clover began airing on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block back in December 2017 and recently rejoined the Toonami block on Feb. 13. Crunchyroll also streamed the series in its original Japanese, with Funimation streaming its own English dubbed version of the anime, starring Dallas Reid (Joker Game, Handa-kun, Hyouka) and Micah Solusod (Yona of the Dawn, Soul Eater, Noragami).
Produced by Studio Pierrot (Tokyo Ghoul, Naruto, Bleach), the Black Clover anime originally premiered on TV Tokyo in Japan in October 2017 and, aside from a brief hiatus due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, ran continuously until its conclusion on March 30 this year. The series concluded its run with 170 episodes, with a recently announced Black Clover anime film on the way.