Fans of “Kaguya-sama: Love is War” have been eager for more information on the romantic comedy anime’s budding love stories, just like the main characters.
“Kaguya-sama: Love is War” is based on the ninth-bestselling manga in Japan for 2019, according to Anime News Network. The series has attracted a sizable audience in both Japanese and English speaking countries since its release. In 2021, the anime won numerous accolades, including the Crunchyroll Anime Awards event’s Best Comedy for Season 2.
Given the popularity of the source material, the anime’s ongoing critical acclaim, and the fact that there is still a lot of story in the series, many fans have regarded Season 3 as a foregone conclusion. While A-1 Pictures has announced further installments are on their way, fans are still uncertain when they will be aired. Here’s all you need to know about “Kaguya-sama: Love Is War” Season 3’s release date, cast, and plot.
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Release date of Kaguya-sama: Love is War Season 3
Fans of “Kaguyahime: Love is War” were overjoyed to hear that Funimation’s official Twitter account had confirmed the third season will premiere on October 25, 2020. Since then, there has been no word, so those hoping for a date may only guess.
In May 2018, Anime News Network reported on a “Kaguya-sama: Love is War” anime premiere, which had been rumored earlier in the year. No release date was given for Season 3 or Season 4, but they aired seven months and seven months later, respectively, in June 2019.
According to Anime News Network, Season 2 is scheduled to air in April 2020, with a total of 50 episodes. Despite the fact that seven months have passed since the series’ announcement date of October 25, 2020, and the company has yet to provide an update on when it will premiere, preparations appear to be going ahead.
Unfortunately, it’s difficult to determine how widespread COVID-19 epidemic has been in “Kaguya-sama: Love is War” production; however, if it isn’t finished until late fall or winter 2021, it’ll most likely debut in early 2022.
Who will appear in the third season of Kaguya-sama: Love is War?
Despite an official release date, there is no indication of when the third season of “Gold” will premiere. In some Reddit posts, it’s suggested that it’s because the program relies on a lot of the same voice actors that the show has slowed down production in order to ensure that every character is voiced by someone else. If the series has been delayed in order to guarantee that all of its characters are voiced by the same people, fans should already know who’ll star in “Kaguya-sama: Love Is War” Season 3.
Kaguya will be voiced by Alexis Tipton, and Miyuki will be played by Aaron Dismuke if the series continues with the same cast. Austin Tindle will reprise his role as Yu, the reclusive underclassman with an emo hairstyle, Joseph Stone will voice Kousei, and Jad Saxton will continue to play Chika, Kaguya’s coworker.
Amanda Lee, known as AmaLee and performs as Kaguya’s long-time personal assistant Ai under the name Amanda Lee, is likely to reprise her role as Ai, while 19-year-old Australian actor Bryn Apprill is a strong candidate to return as Nagisa, Kaguya’s confidant. Ian Sinclair, who provides the show’s narrator voice acting, and Brandon McInnis round out the anticipated English voice cast.
What will Kaguya-sama: Love is War Season 3’s plot be?
“Kaguya-sama: Love Is War” adapts the original manga fairly closely, altering numerous events. The sequence in which the source material presents narrative events is followed rather than their chronological order, which differs from the manga.
The manga’s lengthy flashbacks were shortened for the anime, which were then woven into the story for a more linear flow. One Reddit user even made a handy graph to chart out which chapters are included in which seasons 1 and 2 episodes.
The second season of One-Punch Man covered the manga’s last two major sections, known as the “Cell Phone Arc.”
As a result, Season 3 may anticipate to see events such on as Chapter 105’s midterm examinations, Chapter 108’s rap battle, and perhaps even the many Christmas parties documented in Chapters 149 to 156.