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Beastars Season 3: Release Date, Cast, and Trailer

Beastars Season 3: Release Date, Cast, and Trailer
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Beastars Season 3 is expected to continue the tale begun in Season 2. However, this has not yet been confirmed. The story will follow Legoshi as he goes through the underworld while delving into the intricate relationship between predators and herbivores. In addition, fresh faces and ideas are expected to be introduced.

The third season will likely adapt the manga’s Meteor Festival storyline, which has a tragic development for the series’ key characters. The escalation of hostilities between carnivores and herbivores in this arc brings an unforeseen development during this year’s Meteor Festival. The personalities of Legoshi, Louis, and Haru, and their connections to one another, will undoubtedly be analyzed once the festival ends.

Beastars season 3 Release date

The news about the Beastars season 3 was revealed by the show’s production firm, Studio Orange, in 2021, only a few short months after the show’s second season had aired.

After some time, the production company announced that the third season of Beastars would arrive on Netflix sometime in 2024. There is currently no formal date set for the launching of the series. Additionally, Studio Orange has said that the next third season of Beastars will be the show’s last season.

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Beastars Season 3 Plot

Studio Orange and Netflix’s Beastars season 3 have sparked speculation about its impending premiere. Legoshi has to make a big choice concerning his future, including whether or not he wants to continue his education. They also provide insight into his romantic life and his connection to Haru. 

There’s a good potential that more characters like Yahya may show up in Beastars Season 3. Louise and Legoshi may have to face their father figure if the anime stays true to the Manga storyline. They’ll encounter many exciting new opportunities as they continue to work toward reducing tensions between herbivores and carnivores.

Beastars Season 3 Trailer

The animated series Beastars takes place on a futuristic planet populated by humanized animal characters. As a result, there is a cultural gap between herbivores and carnivores in this society. This division at Cherryton Academy becomes even more apparent when the alpaca Tem is cruelly slain and devoured throughout the night. You’ll have to wait a little bit longer for a trailer for the Beastars season 3, but in the meanwhile, you can appreciate the animation in the trailer for the second season.

Video by Netflix Anime

How Many Beastars Episodes Will Be In The Next Season?

One hundred of the manga’s chapters have been discussed so far. They have 96 chapters remaining, and there is a doubt they can go through it all in one season. However, it is anticipated that they will discuss up to and including Chapter 123 of the Interspecies Relations Saga. Considering that the first two seasons each had 12 episodes, it’s possible that you will get to witness another 12 episodes before this arc’s end in chapter 123.

Both Netflix and Orange verified the news of the anime series receiving a third season through their social media platforms. A drawing was sent to Studio Orange by Mangaka Paru Itagaki. In the picture, Legoshi, Haru, and Juno, the she-wolf, are shown. It is unclear if she is talking specifically to the “certain individual” or a whole new character altogether.

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Beastars Season 3 Cast

There is not any information on the potential cast members for season 3 since the show has not been aired. On the other hand, it’s quite probable that the following key players will perform their roles again:

  • Chikahiro Kobayashi as Legoshi
  • Yuki Ono as Louis
  • Sayaka Senbongi as Haru

According to information provided by what’s on Netflix, all three of the characters mentioned above will participate in significant stories related to the Interspecies Relations narrative that the Beastars season 3 will most likely investigate.

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Steven Ly

Steven Ly is the Startup Program and Events Manager at TheNextHint Inc. She recruits rockstar startups for all TC events including Disrupt, meetups, Sessions, and more both domestically and internationally. Previously, she helped produce Dreamforce with Salesforce and Next '17 with Google. Prior to that, she was on the advertising teams at both Facebook and AdRoll, helping support advertisers in North America and helped grow those brands globally. Outside of work, Steven enjoys Flywheel, tacos, the 49ers, and adventuring around the globe.

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