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Haikyuu Episode List

How many seasons of haikyuu are there? 

So how many seasons of Haikyuu are there? 

Up to the present date, there are 4 seasons of the Haikyuu anime series, with the 4th one having two parts. With the number of volumes left, it is safe for the Haikyuu fandom to expect at least two more seasons.

How many episodes are in Haikyuu? 

Haikyuu currently has a total of 85 episodes and 6 OVAs.

Where to watch Haikyuu?

There are a lot of websites to choose from when it comes to watching Haikyuu. Netflix and Crunchyroll, however, are the places to go when you want to get the best Haikyuu experience. Haikyuu season 3 English dub and other seasons are also available on these platforms.

Haikyuu watch order

For all the Haikyuu fans out there, this is the Haikyuu watch order you should follow for the best experience! 

• Haikyuu Season 1 (Haikyuu!!)

• Haikyuu OVA 2 (Haikyuu!!: The Arrival of Haiba Lev!)

• Haikyuu Season 2 (Haikyuu!! 2nd Season)

• Haikyuu OVA 3 (Haikyuu!!: vs. Failing Grade)

• Haikyuu Season 3 (Haikyuu!!: Karasuno vs. Shiratorizawa Academy)

• Haikyuu OVA 5 (Haikyuu!!: Land vs Sky)

• Haikyuu Season 4 part 1 (Haikyu!! To the Top)

• Haikyuu Season 4 part 2  (Haikyuu!!: To the Top Season 2)

OVA 2,3, and 5 all happened in the Manga. The Haikyuu movies aren’t that big of a deal, since they are all just the following season’s recaps. OVA 1,4, and 6 can also be skipped.

What is the episode list for Haikyuu season 1?

  • The first-ever season of the Haikyuu anime, a product of Production I.G, was shown in JNN stations such as MBS, and many others on April 6, 2021. English subbed versions were also available on Crunchyroll. The Haikyuu television show’s first season reached its finale on September 21, 2014, spanning a length of 25 episodes. Here is the full list. 

Season 1 Episode 1 

Title: “The End and The Beginning”

Transcription: “Owari to hajimari” 

Director: Susumu Mitsunaka

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: April 6, 2014

Season 1 Episode 2

Title: “Karasuno High School Volleyball Team”

Transcription: “Karasuno kōkō haikyūbu” 

Director: Kōichi Kikuta

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: April 13, 2014

Season 1 Episode 3

Title: “A Formidable Ally”

Transcription: “Saikyō no mikata”

Director: Tomoko Hiramuki

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: April 20, 2014

Season 1 Episode 4

Title: “The View From The Summit”

Transcription: “Itadaki no keshiki”

Director: Shintarō Itoga

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: April 27, 2014

Season 1 Episode 5

Title: “A Coward’s Anxiety”

Transcription: “Shōshinmono no kinchō”

Director: Yasuo Ejima

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: May 4, 2014

Season 1 Episode 6

Title: “An Interesting Team”

Transcription: “Omoshiroi chīmu” 

Director: Tomohiro Hirata

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: May 11, 2014

Season 1 Episode 7

Title: “Versus the Great King”

Transcription: “VS Daiō-sama”

Director: Rokō Ogiwara

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: May 18, 2014

Season 1 Episode 8

Title: “The One They Call Ace”

Transcription: “’Ēsu” to yobareru hito”

Director: Yoshihide Ibata

Writer: Takuya Satō

Original Air date: May 25, 2014

Season 1 Episode 9

Title: “A Set For the Ace”

Transcription: “Ēsu e no tosu”

Director: Mariko Ishikawa

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: June 1, 2014

Season 1 Episode 10

Title: “Yearning”

Transcription: “Akogare”

Director: Shintarō Itoga

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: June 8, 2014

Season 1 Episode 11

Title: “The Decision”

Transcription: “Ketsudan”

Director: Hirotaka Endō

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: June 15, 2014

Season 1 Episode 12

Title: “The Cat and Crow Reunion”

Transcription: “Neko to karasu no saikai”

Director: Yasuo Ejima

Writer: Toshimitsu Takeuchi

Original Air date: June 22, 2014

Season 1 Episode 13

Title: “Worthy Adversaries”

Transcription: “Raibaru”

Director: Takaaki Suzuki

Writer: Toshimitsu Takeuchi

Original Air date: June 29, 2014

Season 1 Episode 14

Title: “Formidable Opponents”

Transcription: “Kyōteki-tachi”

Director: Tomoko Hiramuki

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: July 6, 2014

Season 1 Episode 15

Title: “Revival”

Transcription: “Fukkatsu”

Director: Kiyoshi Murayama

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: July 13, 2014

Season 1 Episode 16

Title: “Winners and Losers”

Transcription: “Shousha to haisha”

Director: Shintarō Itoga

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: July 20, 2014

Season 1 Episode 17

Title: “The Iron Wall”

Transcription: “Teppeki”

Director: Takashi Ōtsuka

Writer: Toshimitsu Takeuchi

Original Air date: July 27, 2014

Season 1 Episode 18

Title: “Guarding Your Back”

Transcription: “Senaka no mamori”

Director: Tomoko Hiramuki

Writer: Toshimitsu Takeuchi

Original Air date: August 3, 2014

Season 1 Episode 19

Title: “The Conductor”

Transcription: “Shikisha”

Director: Hirotaka Endō

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: August 10, 2014

Season 1 Episode 20

Title: “Oikawa Toru Is Not A Genius”

Transcription: “Oikawa Tooru wa tensai dewanai”

Director: Shinatrō Itoga

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: August 17, 2014

Season 1 Episode 21

Title: “Senpai’s True Abilities”

Transcription: “Senpai no jitsuryoku”

Director: Tomoko Hiramuki, Tetsuaki Watanabe

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: August 24, 2014

Season 1 Episode 22

Title: “Evolution”

Transcription: “Shinka”

Director: Toshiaki Kanbara

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: August 31, 2014

Season 1 Episode 23

Title: “The Play to Shift the Momentum”

Transcription: “Nagare o kaeru ippon”

Director: Kōichi Kikuta

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: September 7, 2014

Season 1 Episode 24

Title: “Lonely King’ No More”

Transcription: “Datsu “kodoku no ou-sama””

Director: Susumu Mitsunaka

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: September 14, 2014

Season 1 Episode 25

Title: “The Third Day”

Transcription: “Mikka-me”

Director: Jōji Furuta

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: September 21, 2014

OVA

Title: “The Arrival of Lev!”

Transcription: “Riēfu genkan!”

Director: Shintarō Nakazawa

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: November 9, 2014

What is the episode list for Haikyuu season 2 (Release date)?

  • The Haikyuu season 2 release date fell on October 4, 2015, which ran until March 27, 2016. Like season 1, season 2 of Haikyuu contains 25 episodes. The famous Haikyuu training camp occurred this season.

Haikyuu episode list season 2 

Season 2 Episode 1

Title: “Let’s Go to Tokyo!”

Transcription: “Rettsu gō Tōkyō!!”

Director: Susumu Mitsunaka

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: October 4, 2015

Season 2 Episode 2

Title: “Direct Sunlight”

Transcription: “Chokusha nikkō”

Director: Yoshitaka Koyama

Writer: Susumu Mitsunaka

Original Air date: October 11, 2015

Season 2 Episode 3

Title: “Townsperson B”

Transcription: “Murabito B”

Director: Shintarō Nakazawa

Writer: Susumu Mitsunaka

Original Air date: October 18, 2015

Season 2 Episode 4

Title: “Center Ace”

Transcription: “Sentā ēsu”

Director: Mariko Ishikawa

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: October 25, 2015

Season 2 Episode 5

Title: “Greed”

Transcription: “Yoku”

Director: Tomoko hiramuki, Tetsuaki Watanabe

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: November 1, 2015

Season 2 Episode 6

Title: “Tempo”

Transcription: “Tenpo”

Director: Hirotaka Mori

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: November 8, 2015

Season 2 Episode 7

Title: “Moonrise”

Transcription: “Tsukinode”

Director: Shintarō Itoga

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: November 15, 2015

Season 2 Episode 8

Title: “Illusionary Hero”

Transcription: “Genkaku hīrō”

Director: Masako Satō

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: November 22, 2015

Season 2 Episode 9

Title: “Vs. ‘Umbrella’”

Transcription: “VS “Kasa””

Director: Shintarō Itoga

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: November 29, 2015

Season 2 Episode 10

Title: “Gears”

Transcription: “Haguruma”

Director: Shintarō Nakazawa

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: December 6, 2015

Season 2 Episode 11

Title: “Above”

Transcription: “Ue”

Director: Tetsuaki Watanabe

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: December 13, 2015

Season 2 Episode 12

Title: “Let the Games Begin!”

Transcription: “Shiai Kaishi”

Director: Itsurō Kawasaki

Writer: Takuya Satō

Original Air date: December 20, 2015

Season 2 Episode 13

Title: “Simple And Pure Strength”

Transcription: “Shinpuru de junsui na chikara”

Director: Yūsuke Sunouchi

Writer: Takuya Satō

Original Air date: December 27, 2015

Season 2 Episode 14

Title: “Still Growing”

Transcription: “Sodachizagari”

Director: Kōji Komurakata

Writer: Taku kishimoto

Original Air date: January 10, 2016

Season 2 Episode 15

Title: “A Place To Play”

Transcription: “Asobiba”

Director: tetsuaki Watanabe

Writer: Taku kishimoto

Original Air date: January 17, 2016

Season 2 Episode 16

Title: “Next”

Transcription: “Tsugi e”

Director: Shitarō Itoga

Writer: Taku kishimoto

Original Air date: January 24, 2016

Season 2 Episode 17

Title: “The Battle Without Will Power”

Transcription: “Konjou nashi no Tatakai”

Director: Yūsuke Kaneda

Writer: Taku kishimoto

Original Air date: January 31, 2016

Season 2 Episode 18

Title: “The Losers”

Transcription: “Haibokushatachi”

Director: Takashi Andō

Writer: Taku kishimoto

Original Air date: February 7, 2016

Season 2 Episode 19

Title: “The Iron Wall Can Be Built Again and Again”

Transcription: “Teppeki wa Nando demo Kizukareru”

Director: Masako Satō

Writer: Taku kishimoto

Original Air date: February 14, 2016

Season 2 Episode 20

Title: “Wiping Out”

Transcription: “Fusshoku”

Director: Shintarō Nakazawa

Writer: Taku kishimoto

Original Air date: February 21, 2016

Season 2 Episode 21

Title: “The Destroyer”

Transcription: “Kowashi-ya”

Director: Shintarō Itoga

Writer: Taku kishimoto

Original Air date: February 28, 2016

Season 2 Episode 22

Title: “The Former Coward’s Fight”

Transcription: “Moto okubyōmono no tatakai”

Director: Yūsuke Kaneda

Writer: Taku kishimoto

Original Air date: March 6, 2016

Season 2 Episode 23

Title: “Team”

Transcription: “Chīmu”

Director: Tetsuaki Watanabe

Writer: Taku kishimoto

Original Air date: March 13, 2016

Season 2 Episode 24

Title: “The Absolute Limit Switch”

Transcription: “Kyokugen suitchi”

Director: Susumu Mitsunaka

Writer: Taku kishimoto

Original Air date: March 20, 2016

Season 2 Episode 25

Title: “Declaration of War”

Transcription: “Sensen”

Director: Yumi Kamakura

Writer: Taku kishimoto

Original Air date: March 27, 2016

OVA2

Title: “Vs. Failing Grades”

Transcription: “VS “Akaten””

Director: Shintarō Nakazawa

Writer: Taku kishimoto

Original Air date: May 2, 2016

What is the episode list for Haikyuu Season 3? 

  • Haikyū!! Karasuno High School vs Shiratorizawa Academy is the title of the 3rd season of Haikyuu. The Haikyuu season 3 release date was on October 8, 2016 and went on until December 10, 2016. It has 25 episodes.

Haikyuu Season 3 Episode 1

Title: “Greetings”

Transcription: “Goaisatsu”

Director: Hirotaka Mori

Writer: Susumu Mitsunaka

Original Air date: October 8, 2016

Season 3 Episode 2

Title: “The Threat of “Left””

Transcription: ““Hidari” no kyōi”

Director: Haruo Okuno

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: October 15, 2016

Season 3 Episode 3

Title: “The Guessing Monster”

Transcription: “Guess Monster”

Director: Shintarō Itoga

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: October 22, 2016

Season 3 Episode 4

Title: “The Halo Around the Moon”

Transcription: “Tsuki no wa”

Director: Masako Satō

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: October 29, 2016

Season 3 Episode 5

Title: “One vs. Many “

Transcription: “Tsuki no wa”

Director: Tetsuaki Watananbe

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: November 5, 2016

Season 3 Episode 6

Title: “The Chemical Change of Encounters”

Transcription: “Deai no kagaku henka”

Director: Shintarō Itoga

Writer: Susumu Mitsunaka

Original Air date: November 12, 2016

Season 3 Episode 7

Title: “Obsession”

Transcription: “Kodawari”

Director: Yūsuke Kaneda

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: November 19, 2016

Season 3 Episode 8

Title: “An Annoying Guy”

Transcription: “Iya na otoka”

Director: Hitomi Ezoe

Writer: Susumu Mitsunaka

Original Air date: November 26, 2016

Season 3 Episode 9

Title: “The Volleyball Freaks”

Transcription: “Barē baka-tachi”

Director: Shintarō Itoga

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: December 3, 2016

Season 3 Episode 10

Title: “A Battle of Concepts”

Transcription: “Konseputo no tatakai”

Director: Tetsuaki Watanabe

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: December 10, 2016

OVA3

Title: “Special Feature! Betting on the Spring High Volleyball”

Transcription: “Tokushū! Haru-kō Volley ni Kaketa Seishun”

Director: Susumu Mitsunaka

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: August 4, 2017

OVA4

Title: “Land vs. Sky”

Transcription: “Riku VS kū”

Director: Masako Satō

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: January 22, 2020

OVA5

Title: “the “Path” of the Ball”

Transcription: “Bōru no “michi””

Director: Masako Satō

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: January 22, 2020

Haikyuu season 4 release date 

Haikyuu Season 4 was split into two parts. The Haikyuu season 4 release date for part 1 fell on January 11, 2020, which ran up until April 4, 2020. Haikyuu Season 4 part 2 release date was supposed to be on July 2020 but was delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It was later released on October 3, 2020 and ran until December 19, 2020.

What is the episode list for Haikyuu season 4 part 1? 

Season 4 Episode 1

Title: “Introductions”

Transcription: “Jiko shōkai”

Director: Masako Satō

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: January 11, 2020

Season 4 Episode 2

Title: “Lost”

Transcription: “Maigo”

Director: Takahiro Ōtsuka

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: January 18, 2020

Season 4 Episode 3

Title: “Perspective”

Transcription: “Shiten”

Director: Yasushi Muroya

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: January 25, 2020

Season 4 Episode 4

Title: ““Taking It Easy””

Transcription: ““Raku””

Director: Hideya Itō

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: February 1, 2020

Season 4 Episode 5

Title: “Hunger”

Transcription: “Kūfuku”

Director: Tomoe Makino

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: February 8, 2020

Season 4 Episode 6

Title: “Enhancements”

Transcription: “Kōyō”

Director: Masayo Nozaki

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: February 15, 2020

Season 4 Episode 7

Title: “Return”

Transcription: “Henkan”

Director: Hideya Itō

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: February 22, 2020

Season 4 Episode 8

Title: “Challenger”

Transcription: “Charenjā”

Director: Tomoe Makino

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: February 29, 2020

Season 4 Episode 9

Title: “Everyone’s Night”

Transcription: “Sorezore no yoru”

Director: Hiromichi Matano

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: March 7, 2020

Season 4 Episode 10

Title: “Battle Lines”

Transcription: “Sensen”

Director: Toshiyuki Sone

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: March 14, 2020

Season 4 Episode 11

Title: “A Chance to Extend the Rally”

Transcription: “Tsunagareru chansu”

Director: Hitomi Ezoe, Masako Satō

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: March 21, 2020

Season 4 Episode 12

Title: “Vivid”

Transcription: “Senretsu”

Director: Hideya Itō

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: March 28, 2020

Season 4 Episode 13

Title: “Day 2”

Transcription: “Futsuka-me”

Director: Yumi Kamakura

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: April 4, 2020

What is the episode list for Haikyuu season 4 part 2?(Haikyuu to the top part 2)

Season 4 Episode 14

Title: “Rhythm”

Transcription: “Rizumu”

Director: Hitomi Ezoe

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: October 3, 2020

Season 4 Episode 15

Title: “Found”

Transcription: “Mitsukeru”

Director: Rokō Ogiwara

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: October 10, 2020

 Season 4 Episode 16

Title: “Broken Heart”

Transcription: “Shitsuren”

Director: Yūji Horiuchi

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: October 17, 2020

Season 4 Episode 17

Title: “Cats vs Monkeys”

Transcription: “Neko VS saru”

Director: Pyeon-Gang Ho

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: October 24, 2020

Season 4 Episode 18

Title: “Trap”

Transcription: “Wana”

Director: Hitomi Ezoe

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: October 31, 2020

Season 4 Episode 19

Title: “The Ultimate Challengers”

Transcription: “Saikyō no chōsensha”

Director: Pyeon-Gang Ho

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: November 7, 2020

Season 4 Episode 20

Title: “Leader”

Transcription: “Kashira”

Director: Yūji Horiuchi

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: November 14, 2020

Season 4 Episode 21

Title: “Hero”

Transcription: “Hīrō”

Director: Yumi Kamakura

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: November 21, 2020

Season 4 Episode 22

Title: “Pitons”

Transcription: “Hāken”

Director: Masako Satō

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: November 28, 2020

Season 4 Episode 23

Title: “The Birth of the Serene King”

Transcription: “Shizukanaru ō no tanjō”

Director: Rokō Ogiwara

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: December 5, 2020

Season 4 Episode 24

Title: “Monsters’ Ball”

Transcription: “Bakemon-tachi no utage”

Director: Yumi kamakura

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: December 12, 2020

Season 4 Episode 25

Title: “the Promised Land”

Transcription: “Yakusoku no Chi”

Director: Hitomi Ezoe

Writer: Taku Kishimoto

Original Air date: December 19, 2020

Haikyuu Season 5 release date

As you must have heard, season 5 of Haikyuu has already started recording, but the release date has been delayed due to the apparent Covid-19 pandemic. 

Haikyuu Season 6

There is still no news on when Haikyuu Season 6 will be released since Season 5 isn’t even out yet. However, according to Patrick Frye of monstersandcritics.com, there is enough source from the 402 manga chapters to get to season 6.

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