Two of the Biggest Anime of All Time Nominated for HCA TV Awards

Two of the Biggest Anime of All Time Nominated for HCA TV Awards

The 2023 TV Award nominees were announced by the Hollywood Critics Association on Tuesday. Season 6 of the anime My Hero Academia and Attack on Titan: The Final Chapters Special 1 are both up for “Best Streaming Animated Series or TV Movie” awards. They are up against Star Trek: Lower Decks, Harley Quinn, Central Park, and Animaniacs.

“Deku vs. Class A,” the 23rd episode of the season and the 136th overall episode of the entire series, is the exact My Hero Academia episode that Crunchyroll informed ANN is nominated for the category. The awards ceremony was originally scheduled to take place from August 12–13 but has been postponed to future dates because of the Writers Guild of America strike.

The tweet below confirms the news:

In October 2022, My Hero Academia’s sixth season debuted. The season’s 25 episodes were broadcast over the course of two nonstop quarters. As the anime aired in Japan, Crunchyroll streamed it, along with an English dub. The anime is showing on Toonami.

Last Season of Attack on Titan Attack on Titan Special 1 of THE FINAL CHAPTERS A one-hour special of The Final Season Part 3 aired on March 3. The anime was aired on Crunchyroll. The anime was also aired on Hulu.

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