Haikyuu!! fans who are looking for the upcoming season 5 will be thrilled to know that the Haikyuu!! anime is coming to the theatre with a two-part anime film titled Haikyuu!! FINAL!
The announcement comes with a teaser visual featuring the series’ protagonist, Shoyo Hinata in a manga art style. It also has a video teaser showcasing a manga panel from the beginning of the series, with Hinata watching Karasuno’s Little Giant on the television from a shop window, as well as several iconic scenes from the past four seasons.
While the anime’s season 4 ends when Karasuno beats Inarizaki High School in Spring Tournament and will be heading to the fateful match against Nekoma, most likely the Haikyuu story will end with the film, considering that only 110 chapters remaining in the manga. No release date has been announced, and a kick-off event for the movie version has been scheduled for August 2023.
Also in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the manga series by Haruichi Furudate, a “Haikyuu!! 10th Chronicle” artbook will be released on September 2, collecting the illustrations of the manga in these ten years. A new one-shot about what Hinata and others are up to in 2022 will also be published in Weekly Shōnen Jump Issue 21. 22.
The original Haikyuu manga was launched by Furudate in 2011, and the series ended in November 2020, as Shueisha published the manga’s 45th and final volume. Viz Media is publishing the manga digitally and physically in Japan, and MANGA Plus also published the manga digitally in English for Western Fans.
It also has an anime adaption that has gained worldwide popularity. The first season was released in April 2014, a second season of the anime premiered in October 2015, and the third season premiered in October 2016. The first half of Haikyuu!! To The Top, the fourth season premiered in January 2020, and episode 13 aired in April 2020.
The second half, consisting of episodes 14 to 25, was initially planned to premiere in July 2020 but was delayed due to the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. The second half premiered in October 2020 instead, marking the end of the season.