Is My Hero Academia On Netflix Canada?

Fans of Attack on Titan, and One Piece must have heard about My Hero Academia – an anime series that offers humor, action, and a coming of age story. It is the story of an ordinary boy born in a world full of people with superpowers, as he makes his way to the top. 

But can you watch My Hero Academia on Netflix Canada?  

Unfortunately, if you live in Canada, you will not be able to find the show on Netflix. Currently, you can only watch all five seasons of My Hero Academia on Netflix Japan, and India. Due to licensing restrictions and distribution rights, the anime is not available on Canadian Netflix. 

Let me show you a simple way to watch the anime from your country today with a VPN app. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch My Hero Academia on Netflix Canada.  

How to Watch My Hero Academia on Netflix in Canada

Follow these steps to watch My Academia Hero on Netflix in Canada:

  1. Choose a VPN and subscribe to it. I highly recommend Surfshark which is the cheapest VPN with many servers in Japan and India.
  2. Download the VPN application on your device.
  3. Log in and connect to a server located in Japan (or India). 
  4. Go to Netflix and sign in.
  5. Enjoy streaming the anime series on Netflix in Canada.


Why do you need a VPN to watch My Hero Academia on Netflix in Canada

My Hero Academia is currently only available on Netflix in Japan and India. And you need a VPN to unblock Japanese Netflix that has all 5 seasons of the series.

MHA anime series is not available in Canada. Sadly, it appears that the super-hit anime series will not be available on the platform in the country in the future. 

In Canada, other streaming services have licensing deals with My Hero Academia, so the series is not available on Netflix in Canada.  

By using a VPN, you can connect to a Japan server and unblock Japanese Netflix from Canada. When you connect to a Japan server, the VPN will assign you a Japanese IP address.

Now when you visit Netflix, it will think you are trying to watch it from Japan, giving you access to My Hero Academia.

With a VPN you can also watch other popular anime like Deadman Wonderland on Netflix, Detective Pikachu, and Deadpool on Netflix.

What is My Hero Academia About

My Hero Academia takes place in a world where superhumans exist, called Quirks. It is a story is about a young boy, Ixuku Midoriya, who wants to become a superhero despite having no powers. Luckily, Izuku is taken under the wing of Japan’s popular hero who agrees to train him.

My Hero Academia has 5 seasons with a spinoff movie called My Hero Academia: Two Heroes that takes place between the events of Seasons 2 and 3.

I have good news for fans who are looking forward to the popular anime. The sixth season of My Hero Academia will premier in 2022.  While we still don’t know the exact date, MangaMoguraRE speculated that season 6 will come out in October 2022.

Here is the official announcement trailer:

The cast of My Hero Academia 

  • Daiki Yamashita as Izuku Midoriya
  • Nobuhiko Okamoto as Katsuki Bakugo
  • Ayane Sakura as Ochako Uraraka
  • Justin Briner as Izuku Midoriya
  • Kaito Ishikawa as Tenya Iida
  • Yûki Kaji as Shouto Todoroki
  • Toshiki Masuda as Eijirou Kirishima


Anime fans will be disappointed to know that My Hero Academia is not streaming on Netflix in Canada. Four seasons of the show were previously available in the region, but the anime series have been removed from the regional library. 

But you can still watch all seasons of the MHA series on Netflix from your country by using a VPN. If you are in Canada, you can connect to a VPN server in Japan and it will allow you to unblock Japanese Netflix where the anime is available to stream.

A VPN app also allows you to access other regional Netflix libraries like America, the UK, and others, with geoblocked channels like Hulu, HBO Max, and others.

Jack Foster is a tech geek and a binge-watcher with a major interest in streaming. He loves to blog about the latest movies, TV series, all events, and happenings in the steaming and entertainment industry.

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