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Black Clover season 5: Release time and date on Crunchyroll and Netflix!

 Black Clover is one of the most hyped anime of the moment! But its season 5 is still awaited. Find out its release date and time!

Black Clover season 5: Release time and date on Crunchyroll and Netflix!

Asta, a determined young man, shares his life in an orphanage in the Clover Kingdom with his childhood friend, Yuno. Since a young age, Asta has harbored the ambition of becoming the most powerful magician in the kingdom, the "Mage-Emperor", an aspiration that also inspires Yuno. However, fate works against Asta, as he was born without any magical talent, while Yuno demonstrates remarkable abilities.

When they reach the age of 15, all young people in the kingdom participate in a ceremony where they receive their grimoire. Yuno is given the legendary four-leaf clover grimoire, believed to be a myth linked to the original Mage-Emperor. Find out the Black Clover season 5 release date on Crunchyroll! 

Black Clover: Date, Time, and Where to Watch Season 5?

Unfortunately for fans, we do not know the release date and time of Black Clover season 5. The new season is highly anticipated since the latest was released on March 30, 2021, called “A Distant Future.” It adapted chapters 268, 269, and 270. Currently, Black Clover has more than 368 chapters, so there is plenty to adapt.

Fans can't wait any longer and are worried about the silence around this break. Episode 171 will mark the start of season 5  and, according to the latest rumors, could be released in 2024 on Crunchyroll and Netflix.

As a reminder, the anime was adapted by the Pierrot studio from October 2017 until March 2021 with a total of 4 seasons which adapt volumes 1 to 27. There was also a film "Black Clover: The Sword of the 'Emperor-Mage' which was released on June 16, 2023.

Black Clover, created by Yūki Tabata, began pre-publication on February 16, 2015, in Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine, before being published in bound volumes by Shūeisha in Japan. 

The manga took a break on April 25, 2022, for three months, allowing the author to prepare the conclusion of the work. The return took place in August 2022, with a transfer of the manga to the quarterly magazine Jump Giga for the final chapters.