Haikyuu is an anime show about sports. In 2004, it was first seen. The TV show Haikyuu is based on a manga with the same name.
The animated show Haikyuu has both funny and sad parts. In Haikyuu, there is a story about a short boy who is called “the small giant.”
He joins his school’s volleyball club. Haruichi Furudate wrote the Haikyuu series. Hinata Shoyo’s life is shown in the TV show Haikyuu.
In the show Haikyuu, he is a teenager who wants to play volleyball. After seeing the play The Little Giant, he became more interested in volleyball.
The anime Haikyuu tells the stories of all of the volleyball players, and it doesn’t depend on any one of them in a big way. The story of the whole volleyball team, including Hinata, is told in the show Haikyuu.
The TV show Haikyuu shows how everyone’s lives are affected by volleyball. The volleyball matches are the focus of most of the episodes.
Susumu Mitsunaka and Masako Sato were the people in charge of the TV show Haikyuu. It was produced by Wakana Okamura, Toshihiro Maeda, Fumi Morihiro, Keiichi Tomura, Shinya Shinozaki, Tomoyuki Saito, Kozue Kaneniwa, Yu Honda, Mayumi Kurashima, and Shoichiro Taguchi.
Taku Kishimoto wrote the Haikyuu series. The music for the TV show Haikyuu was written by Yuki Hayashi and Asami Tachibana.
The TV show Haikyuu was finished by a company called Production I.G. Madman Entertainment, Sentai Filmworks, Crunchyroll, Medialink, and Animatsu Entertainment all bought the rights to show the show Haikyuu.
The first part of Haikyuu’s fourth season has 13 episodes called Introductions, Lost, Perspective, Taking it Easy, Hunger, Enhancements, Return, Challenger, Everyone’s Night, Battle Lines, A Chance to Extend the Rally, Vivid, and Day Two.
The second half of Haikyuu Season 4 has 12 episodes called Rhythm, Found, Broken Heart, Cats vs. Monkeys, Trap, The Ultimate Challengers, Leader, Hero, Pitons, The Birth of the Serene King, Monsters’ Ball, and The Promised Land.
Haikyuu Season 3 only has ten episodes. They are called Greetings, The Threat of Left, The Guessing Monster, The Halo Around the Moon, One vs. Many, The Chemical Change of Encounters, Obsession, An Annoying Guy, The Volleyball Freaks, and A Battle of Concepts.
Susumu Mitsunaka and Taku Kishimoto wrote it. It was directed by Hirotaka Mori, Haruno Okuno, Shintaro Itoga, Masako Sato, Tetsuaki Watanabe, Yusuke Kaneda, and Hitomi Ezoe.
Taku Kishimoto wrote the first part of Haikyuu’s fourth season. It was directed by Masako Sato, Takahiro Otsuka, Hideya Ito, Tomoe Makino, Masayo Nozaki, Hiromichi Matano, Toshiyuki Sone, Hitomi Ezoe, Yumi Kamakura.
Haikyuu Season 4 part 2 was directed by Hitomi Ezoe, Roko Ogiwara, Yuji Horiuchi, Pyen-Gang Ho, Yumi Kamakura, Masaka Sato, etc.
Haikyuu Season 5 Release Date
The official date for when Haikyuu Season 5 will come out has not been set yet. We think that the fifth season of Haikyuu will come out at the end of 2021 or at the beginning of 2022.
If we hear anything new about when Haikyuu Season 5 will come out, we will post it here. The first season of Haikyuu came out on April 6, 2014, and has 25 episodes.
Season 2 of Haikyuu came out on October 4, 2015, and it also has 25 episodes. Haikyuu’s third season started airing on October 8, 2016, and it has ten episodes.
Haikyuu’s fourth season was broken up into two parts. Season 4 of the show Haikyuu has a total of 25 episodes.
Haikyuu Season 4, part 1 includes 13 episodes, and part 2 includes 12 episodes. The first part of Haikyuu Season 4, Part 1, came out on January 11, 2020. The second part came out on October 3, 2020.
There is no new information about how many episodes will be in the fifth season of Haikyuu. Every episode of the TV show Haikyuu has its own title. So, it looks like each Haikyuu episode in the fifth season will also have a different title.
Haikyuu Season 5 Cast
Find out below who is likely to be in Haikyuu’s fifth season:
- Kaito Ishikawa as Tobio Kageyama
- Yu Miyazaki as Sachiro Hirugmai
- Ayumu Murase as Shoyo Hinata
- Jun Nazuka as Aran Ojiro
- Yuu Hayashi as Ryunoksuke Tanaka
- Ryusei Nakao as Tanji Washijo
- Nobuyuri Sagara as Hisashi Kinoshita
- Hideaki Kabumoto as Osamu Miya
- Nobuhiko Okamoto as Yu Nishinoya
- Hiroshi Kamiya as Ittetsu Takeda
- Mamuro Miyano as Atsumu Miya
- Yoshimasa Hosoya as Asahi Azumane