‘Haikyu!!’ is a sports manga written and illustrated by Haruichi Furudate about athlete Shoyo Hinata who wants to be a star volleyball player even though he is smaller than most. The series was published by Jump Comics in Japan from 2012 to 2020 with Viz Media publishing it in North America. It was picked up for an anime adaption by Production I.G in 2014 with Sentai Filmworks acquiring the rights for an English dub.
The fourth and final season titled ‘Haikyuu!! To the Top’ is getting a voice cast with some old favorites returning and some new ones being added, according to their website.
The cast includes Bryson Baugus as Shoyo Hinata, Scott Gibbs as Tobio Kageyama, David Wald as Coach, Justin Doran as Daichi Sawamura, Greg Cote as Ryunosuke Tanaka, Orlanders Tao Jones as Asahi Azumane, and several others. Kyle Colby Jones will serve as the voice director.
You can watch the trailer below:
MyAnimeList describes the synopsis as follows,
“After their triumphant victory over Shiratorizawa Academy, the Karasuno High School volleyball team has earned their long-awaited ticket to nationals. As preparations begin, genius setter Tobio Kageyama is invited to the All-Japan Youth Training Camp to play alongside fellow nationally recognized players. Meanwhile, Kei Tsukishima is invited to a special rookie training camp for first-years within the Miyagi Prefecture. Not receiving any invitations himself, the enthusiastic Shouyou Hinata feels left behind.
However, Hinata does not back down. Transforming his frustration into self-motivation, he boldly decides to sneak himself into the same rookie training camp as Tsukishima. Even though Hinata only lands himself a job as the ball boy, he comes to see this as a golden opportunity. He begins to not only reflect on his skills as a volleyball player but also analyze the plethora of information available on the court and how he can apply it.
As the much-anticipated national tournament approaches, the members of Karasuno’s volleyball team attempt to overcome their weak points and refine their skills, all while aiming for the top!”
The show was directed by Susumu Mitsunaka for the first sixty episodes and Masako Satō for the remainder of the anime including the fourth season.
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