Japan’s one of the popular sports anime, Haikyuu, first aired from April 2014 to September 2014, written by Haruichi Furudate and presented by I.G. production. With an IMDb rating of 8.7, Haikyuu has received a positive response from fans for its storyline. Haikyuu’s manga won the 61st Shogakukan Manga Awards in 2016 and has four seasons released till now.
It was reported that the launch of part 2 of the “Haikyū!! To The Top”, Season 4 was supposed to be held in July 2020 but has faced delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the pandemic, the show’s production has come to a halt and will take a longer time. According to a few sources, looking at the current situation, all the casts and crew members’ health and safety measurements are being analyzed before beginning the production.
Season 4 of Haikyuu “Haikyū!! To The Top” part 1was the last season, aired on September 22, 2019. Following part 2 of Season 4 was previously delayed, which was later aired on October 2, 2020. Season 4 was released in two-course of the series. The first part consisted of 13 episodes and the second part consists of 12 episodes, making them a total of 25 episodes in Season 4.
Shoyo Hinata, a junior high school student of Karasuno High School, is inspired to play volleyball when his high school volleyball team qualifies for the TV. A talented yet a guy with short stature aims to become “Little Giant” is one of the talented wing-spiker in his team, the only sole member of the club. He inspires his friends to join the club but face a loss against Tobuo Kageyama’s team famously known as “The King of Court,” Henceforth, Shoyo was adamant to defeat Kageyama, his rival. But later, Shoyo Hinata finds that Tobio Kageyama has chosen to study and attend the same school Karasuno. Following the plot, the rival duo team up with each other, and their partnership has created explosive volleyball tactics and a powerful duo.
Let’s peek into a little more detail of Season 5 and what we can expect from it.
Following the end of Season 4’s part 1, Karasuno’s national volleyball team finally made it into nationals after facing challenging matches. The audience can presume that qualified teams hit Japan’s top institutions, including Kamomedai, Nekoma, Fukurodani, and Inarizaki.
Even though Haikyuu’s 5th season production has stopped due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, in season 5, we can see expect the duo of Shoyo Hinata and Tobuo Kageyama and the team’s performance to win a competitive match against the leading teams. Following the other members, including Yamaguchi, Tsukishima, Tanaka, and Asahi’s performance against leading teams.