“Haikyuu” is a Japanese term that means “volleyball,” a well-known manga series is written by “HaruichiFurudate” having forty-five volumes.
The main character is Shoyo Hinata, a heightened short boy wanted to become a volleyball champion. The whole story was serialized in Shueisha Weekly Shonen Jump in 2012. While I.G. productions produce, the Haikyuu anime series started in 2014. Sentai Filmworks licensed Haikyuu anime series for home.
This sport-based comedy comic series got great fame in all years.
Fillers in Haikyuu Series
Before starting the filler list of the Haikyuu series, let discuss why fillers are essential in anime. They provide most of the information about the character, but they are not part of the canon. Mostly they come at a horrible time, but sometimes it’s fun to watch them. But if you want to complete the whole series quickly, you can skip filler; they are totally a waste of time. The entire Haikyuu series contains 0% fillers that why it’s worth watching. There are almost three completed seasons available on Netflix and many other television networks.
Japan gets all of the episodes as soon as it is released, but there is no filler in its entire anime. Despite four-season having a total of 85 episodes but have no fillers make it is the most popular series.
Haikyuu Filler Episodes List:
None, Haikyuu has no Filler episodes.
Haikyuu Manga Canon Episodes:
The whole story is split into four seasons, starting from 2014 and still streaming on different television channels. You can watch all of its three seasons on Netflix, but season 4 is not available there.
Haikyuu Season 1 episode list aired from 6 April 2014 to 21 September 2014, having 25 episodes.
The complete Haikyuu season 2-episodes aired on 4 October 2015 and end on 27 March 2016, having 25 episodes.
The title was “HaikyuKarasuno High school vs. Shiratorizawa Academy.” It was aired from 7 October 2016 to 9 December 2016, having ten episodes. Sentai Filmworks also licensed the third season having “Hikariare” and “MishiMashi” as their ending and opening theme songs.
The title was “Haikyuu to the top.” This season was aired on 11 January 2020, having 13 episodes only. The fourth season was planned to be released in two cour. The first cour contains 13 episodes while the second one contains 12 episodes. It’s opening and ending song was “Toppako” and “One Day” respectively.
Haikyuu Episode List:
|End and Beginning||MANGA CANON||2014-04-06|
|Karasuno High School’s Volleyball Club||MANGA CANON||2014-04-13|
|The Formidable Ally||MANGA CANON||2014-04-20|
|The View From the Summit||MANGA CANON||2014-04-27|
|A Coward’s Anxiety||MANGA CANON||2014-05-04|
|An Interesting Team||MANGA CANON||2014-05-11|
|Versus the Great King||MANGA CANON||2014-05-18|
|He Who Is Called “Ace”||MANGA CANON||2014-05-25|
|A Toss to the Ace||MANGA CANON||2014-06-01|
|The Neko-Karasu Reunion||MANGA CANON||2014-06-22|
|Formidable Opponents||MANGA CANON||2014-07-06|
|Winners and Losers||MANGA CANON||2014-07-20|
|The Iron Wall||MANGA CANON||2014-07-27|
|Guarding Your Back||MANGA CANON||2014-08-03|
|Oikawa Tōru is not a Genius||MANGA CANON||2014-08-17|
|Senpai’s True Abilities||MANGA CANON||2014-08-24|
|The Point that Changes the Momentum||MANGA CANON||2014-09-07|
|Removing the Lonely King||MANGA CANON||2014-09-14|
|The Third Day||MANGA CANON||2014-09-21|
|Let’s Go To Tokyo!!||MANGA CANON||2015-10-04|
|Direct Sunlight||MANGA CANON||2015-10-11|
|Townsperson B||MANGA CANON||2015-10-18|
|Center Ace||MANGA CANON||2015-10-25|
|Illusionary Hero||MANGA CANON||2015-11-22|
|Up Above||MANGA CANON||2015-12-12|
|Match Begins!!||MANGA CANON||2015-12-19|
|Simple, Pure Strength||MANGA CANON||2015-12-26|
|Growing Fast||MANGA CANON||2016-01-09|
|To the Next||MANGA CANON||2016-01-23|
|The Fight of the Spineless||MANGA CANON||2016-01-30|
|The Losers||MANGA CANON||2016-02-06|
|The Iron Wall Can Be Constructed Any Number of Times||MANGA CANON||2016-02-13|
|Wiping Away||MANGA CANON||2016-02-20|
|The Breaker||MANGA CANON||2016-02-27|
|The Fight of the Previously Spineless||MANGA CANON||2016-03-05|
|Switch for the Utmost Limit||MANGA CANON||2016-03-19|
|Declaration of War||MANGA CANON||2016-03-26|
|The Threat of “Left”||MANGA CANON||2016-10-14|
|The Halo Around the Moon||MANGA CANON||2016-10-28|
|Individual VS Numbers||MANGA CANON||2016-11-04|
|The Chemical Change of Encounters||MANGA CANON||2016-11-11|
|An Annoying Guy||MANGA CANON||2016-11-25|
|The Volleyball Idiots||MANGA CANON||2016-12-02|
|The Battle of Concepts||MANGA CANON||2016-12-09|
|Take It Easy||MANGA CANON||2020-01-31|
|Everyone’s Night||MANGA CANON||2020-03-06|
|Battle Lines||MANGA CANON||2020-03-13|
|A Chance to Connect||MANGA CANON||2020-03-20|
|The Second Day||MANGA CANON||2020-04-03|
|Broken Heart||MANGA CANON||2020-10-16|
|Cats vs. Monkeys||MANGA CANON||2020-10-23|
|The Ultimate Challengers||MANGA CANON||2020-11-06|
|The Birth of the Serene King||MANGA CANON||2020-12-04|
|Monster’s Ball||MANGA CANON||2020-12-11|
|The Promised Land||MANGA CANON||2020-12-18|
Original Video Animation History:
OVA is released in a home video format without showing in theatres; let’s look at the Haikyuu OVA list.
- The Arrival of Haiba Lev on 2014
- VS Failing Grades on 2016
- Land VS Sky 2016
- The Path of the Ball in 2020
Haikyuu Theme and Characters:
The story revolves around a high school student, “Hinata Shoyo.” After watching a volleyball championship on T.V.
Hinata wanted to become a volleyball champion like the star player he watched on T.V. A national championship triggered the love of volleyball, and he joined his school volleyball club.
Due to his short height, he was nicknamed “Little Giant.” Sadly, Shoyo’s club had no member and no place to practice.
However, he continues his struggle to get into the final match of middle school.
Unfortunately, his biggest dream, bone-tired as Shoyo team, faced a crushing defeat in their first official game that was steamrolled by Junior Championship, including the superstar player “TobiaKageyama.” Shoyo does not abandon hope and wants to vow revenge.
That’s why Hinata applied to the “Karasuno high school volleyball club” to defeat his most hated rival. But Kageyama and Shoyo end up becoming teammates.
The undefeatable personality of Kageyama and the cool qualities of Hinata’s athleticism create new volleyball tactics.
This extraordinary combination of two champions in a team makes a strange alliance. Both of them are filled with fun and inspiration for their teammates.
Here is the list of main characters who are the base of the whole story.
- Shoyo Hinata.
- Daichi Sawamura
- Koshi Sugawara
- Ryunosuke Tanaka
- Tadashi Yamaguchi
- Kei Tsukishima
- Asahi Azumane
- Yu Nishinoya
To Sum Up
Despite smaller in height, Shoyo Hinata having an energetic and boisterous personality. He is fond of getting higher ranks in volleyball, and he practices more to learn new skills. He has a multitude of foibles to defeats powerhouse schools.
Moreover, Hinata and Kageyama made an undefeatable combination or a formidable team to climb higher volleyball ranks.
Their story of encapsulating teamwork, competition, and friendship got great fame and everyone’s favorite.
However, we have provided a list of Haikyuu episodes. Still, we have not discussed any filler list in the whole article because there is no filler reported across the entire series.
It better to watch as you don’t need to skip any of the episodes for fillers.