‘Haikyuu!!’ is easily one of the most anticipated anime shows of the season. Its first episode, titled “Introductions”, perfectly hypes you for what lies ahead and after its two-year hiatus, it helps you jump back into its inspiring sports-centric action. If like us, you’re ridiculously excited for the upcoming episode of this season, read on further to know more details about its release date and streaming availability.
Haikyuu!! Season 4 Episode 2 Release Date: When will it premiere?
Season 3 of ‘Haikyuu!!’, titled ‘Haikyuu!!: Karasuno Koukou vs. Shiratorizawa Gakuen Koukou’, premiered on October 8, 2016. With a total of 10 episodes, this season went on till December 10, 2016. The first episode of its fourth season has premiered now and now, Haikyuu Season 4 Episode 2, titled “Lost”, will release on January 18, 2020.
Where to Watch Haikyuu!! Season 4 Episode 2 English Dub Online?
The English Dub for ‘Haikyuu’ Season 4 is not available yet, but you can still stream it on Crunchyroll with original Japanese audio and English subtitles.
Haikyuu!! Season 4 Episode 2 Spoilers: What to Expect?
‘Haikyuu!! To the Top’ begins with Shoyo entering his school and proudly munching on his so-called “second breakfast.” That’s when he meets Acchan and the two of them take a look at the huge banner that announces their qualification to the Spring Tournament. Soon after this, even Kageyama joins them and as always, he challenges Shoyo that he’ll be able to jump higher than him this time. All three of them meet the other members of the team and get their heights tested. Turns out that, over the summer, Shoyo has managed to grow about four centimeters but is still the shortest in the team, standing at only 164.1 cms. Meanwhile, Kageyama reaches 180 and to everyone’s surprise, Tsukishima reaches a whopping 190.
After their height tests, all of them head to the basketball court to test their vertical jumps. Kageyama goes first and ends up shattering all the previous records set by the players. Shoyo, despite being the team’s shortest member, seems to be known as one of the highest jumpers. But this time around, he fails to jump higher than Kageyama. Following this, a boy from their school shows up and announces that Kageyama has been chosen to play for the All-Japan Youth Team. Realizing that this is a great opportunity to further hone his volleyball skills, he unanimously agrees. Shoyo gets really mad that he wasn’t invited but then just dismisses it. The boy later reveals that even Tsuki has received an invite from a youth camp where he’ll get to train with other renowned volleyball players. Shoyo again interrupts and asks if he was invited or not, however, to his dismay, he again gets no for an answer.
Shoyo feels horrible after this and out of desperation, he decides to infiltrate Tsuki’s camp. After he gets caught, he tells his coach that he just wanted to observe all the players he will be against in the future and had no intention of breaking any rules. He is soon excused for breaking into the facility and he gets hired as the waterboy for the camp. While the rest of the players of the camp laugh at him for being so naive, he sees it as an opportunity to improve himself.
In the next episode, while the rest of the team will ensue with their practice for the upcoming tournament, Tsuki and Kageyama will get to train with the best in the game. Meanwhile, Shoyo, as always, will pull off some hilarious gimmicks, but will eventually outshine everyone by showing how committed he is to the sport. Particularly for Hinata, this training period away from the rest of the team will serve as a major arc for development. And since the team has now been split for a while, we won’t get to see the dynamic of Kageyama and Shoyo for a while.
From this point on, now that all the team members are starting to catch up with Hinata’s “novelty” of jumping high, he’ll have to level up his game even further. So we can expect a lot of improvement from his later on. But his journey towards improving is going to be really challenging as he is not a natural sports person like the others. At the same time, the next few episodes will also highlight Kageyama’s struggle as he will now play against some of the best players in Japan. But at the end of the day, the struggles of these two leading players will pay off in one way or the other.