In this article, we will talk about how to watch the dub edition of Haikyuu Season 3.
Haikyuu is a well-known comedy and sports anime inspired by Haikyuu, a manga series written by Haruichi Furudate, who is both the author and illustrator.
The manga was released on April 6, 2014, and was one of the top-rated animes that received high ratings across the globe.
The 3rd season of Haikyuu received even more reviews and was rated the 20th most-watched overall anime series on My Anime List.
The show premiered on October 5, 2016, and ended on October 10, 2016. Contrary to the first two seasons, which had more than 25 episodes each, season three had only 10 episodes.
The production was quick to release seasons 1 and 2, which were dubs during the season. It took a few months for the dub version of season 3 to become available.
Although fans of the show had seen seasons 3 and 3A, after having trouble keeping up with the suspense for this long, they had been looking for the dub edition to revisit the season.
Sentai Filmworks dubs all the seasons of the series and licenced the third season in the year 2019.
What’s this Series About?
The series tells the tale of Shoyo Hinata, who stands shorter than average but is determined to be a well-known athlete after watching a game on TV.
He is awed by Karason’s ace, who is also small but has great talent in the game.
He can create a team made up of players from different games.
Following a devastating loss in their initial match, Hinata takes admission to Kurasuno High School, his idol’s former school.
When he is accepted into the volleyball team and is introduced to Tobio Kageyama, who is the setter from the middle school that beat Hinata’s team, the two were not able to meet at first, but they eventually resolved their differences due to Daichi, their captain’s strict manner of conduct.
However, their troubles aren’t over. Karasuno did not produce a top team during the five years that have passed since the team from The Tiny Giant graduated.
It was once one of the most powerful schools in Miyagi Prefecture, but the school has been dubbed the “Wingless Crows” for their incessant defeats.
With Hinata, Kageyama, and two fresh first-years, the team is back to their passion and hopes to reach the national championship.
What Happened in the 3rd season?
In the wake of Shoyo Hinata’s difficulties as a short volleyball player, the third season was a highlight with one of the Miyagi Prefecture finals between Shiratorizawa and Karasuno High.
The entire season is centred around the intense game against the opposing teams as the players discover their new strengths and renew their enthusiasm for the sport.
In the form of “wingless crows,” Karasuno received very low support, and the majority of people believed that Shiratorizawa would get the advantage. The finals were a lengthy five-set match, in which Shiratorizawa defeated Karasuno easily in the opening set by scoring 16-25.
One of the major factors that led to this defeat was the ace of Shiratorizawa’s team, Ushijima. The left-handed spiker, whose spike causes the ball to spin towards the opposing direction, leaves no chance for Karasuno’s libero, Nishinoya, to take the ball.
Because of his left-handed spikes, combined with his size and strength, Ushijima ranks as the third-best spiker in Japan. In the following set, another phenomenal athlete, Tendou Satori, reveals his abilities. A middle blocker, he is often referred to as “The Guessing Monster” because of his accurate reading-blocking ability.
The middle part of the set continues as Karasuno continues to struggle with Ushijima’s spikes. Tsukishima can identify the spike of Ushijima and block it using the kill-block.
This shocked the crowd and players from both teams because there are only a handful of blockers that are capable of blocking Ushijima’s spikes. This raised the morale of the team, and they were able to win their second match.
In the third set, Shiratorizawa’s setter Shirabu revealed his storey along with his respect for Ushijima. The set was quickly ended by defeating Karasuno.
But they did win the fourth set thanks to Hinata’s unexpected left-hand shot. In five and the final, the battle was more intense than ever.
The final set had an average match point of 15, and Karasuno triumphed with Hinata’s spike. This gave them a set score of 19-21. The season comes to an end with Karasuno savouring their win and getting ready to play in the spring nationals.
Where can I watch Haikyuu Season 3 Dub?
The third season is accessible on several websites, including Netflix. But, at present, this Haikyuu Season 3 dub is available exclusively through HiDive.
HiDive began streaming dub episodes in November and will close in 2020. Hulu licenced the season 3 dub to stream for some time.
But the site has since deleted it, leaving HiDive the only streaming service that has the dub from Season 3.
We could still expect Netflix to licence the dub because it has already aired the dubs from seasons 1, 2, and 3, as well as the subs from seasons 3 and 4.