Funimation officially announced on their Twitter account that they received an update, from the Attack on Titan licensor. The season 3 part 2 of Attack on Titan will again be streamed on Sundays at 8:45 p.m CT.
Funimation clarified that sublicensees released new episodes for about fourteen days straight in two regions before the debuts in Japan. The licensor chose to give show materials to Funimation after the debuts of up and coming scenes so as to forestall further breaks. Just “to provide enough time for each company to work on subtitles and quality control, and make sure that all territories can launch at the same time.”
The anime debuted in Japan on the NHK General channel on April 28. The second 50% of the third season will air for an aggregate of 10 (episodes 50-59). Funimation, Crunchyroll, and Hulu are gushing the arrangement as it shows in Japan.
Crunchyroll describes the series:
“The battle to retake Wall Maria begins now! With Eren’s new hardening ability, the Scouts are confident they can seal the wall and take back Shiganshina District. If they succeed, Eren can finally unlock the secrets of the basement—and the world. But danger lies in wait as Reiner, Bertholdt, and the Beast Titan have plans of their own. Could this be humanity’s final battle for survival?“
Funimation has obtained the home stimulation, video on interest, and communicate privileges of the arrangement in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand.