My Hero Academia: Here's Where You Can Stream Or Buy Every Season

(Welcome to Where to Watch, which provides a clear and simple answer to the question, "Hey, where can I watch this thing?" In this edition: "My Hero Academia.")

"My Hero Academia" is a Japanese anime series about a boy born without superpowers (AKA "Quirks") in a world where they're commonplace. That boy, Izuku Midoriya, still dreams about becoming a superhero and comes to the notice of Japan's greatest superhero, All Might. Even though Midoriya doesn't have his own Quirk, All Might shares his Quirk with him and enrolls Midoriya in a high school for heroes-in-training.

"My Hero Academia," received accolades when the first season came out in 2016. The show is currently in its fifth season, and fans are eager to see more. Here's where you can stream or buy every season of "My Hero Academia," both subtitled and dubbed versions.

Where to Stream Every Season of My Hero Academia

All five seasons of "My Hero Academia" are available on Hulu. The first four seasons are available in subbed or dubbed formats on the streaming platform, with season 5 currently only available with subtitles. A subscription to Hulu costs $5.99 or $11.99 a month, depending on whether you want the no-ad version or not. This is by far the most cost-effective way to watch "My Hero Academia," especially if you want to binge the show in a month or two. 

Where to Buy My Hero Academia

If you're not a Hulu member and don't want to join, there's good news — you can also buy digital versions of the episodes elsewhere!

On Apple, each episode costs $2.99 each if you want the English-dubbed version. Getting an episode with the original Japanese audio costs $1.99. You can also bundle the episodes and get a season — or for later, longer seasons, half of a season — for $26.99.

On Amazon, SD versions are $1.99 per episode and $2.99 for HD. Seasons 1 and 2 are $16.99 for the whole season (13 episodes each) while the first half season 3 is $24.99 for its 13 episodes. The back half of season three and the remaining seasons are all available for $26.99. Vudu also has "My Hero Academia" for purchase with prices similar to Amazon.

You can also buy DVDs or Blu-Rays of "My Hero Academia." The prices on Amazon for these are vary between $26 to $75 for each season, so going digital or Hulu is likely your best bet from a cost perspective.