Beastars Season 3’s Release Date, Cast & Trailer: Everything You Need To Know
When is Beastars Season 3’s release date? Beastars isn’t your typical anime series with big round eyes and cutely designed characters. The world of Beastars is full of adorable animals of all shapes and sizes, but don’t let the fluffiness deceive you. The show’s full of drama and thrilling moments that can make your heart burst anytime.
Beastars Season 2 was released 2 years ago, and anime fans are on their feet for any Season 3 update. Well, we are here to uncover the secret for you, along with some additional information regarding the anime.
Everything We Know So Far About Season 3
|Around summer 2024 (estimated)
|Jonah Scott, Lara Jill Miller, Griffin Puatu
|Number of episodes
|Fantasy, School Life, Romance, Drama
What’s Beastars Season 3’s Release Date?
It is confirmed by Studio Orange that Beastars Season 3 will be released next year, around summer 2024. However, the studio hasn’t given us a specific date just yet.
The first two seasons of the franchise were released on March 13, 2020, and July 5, 2021, respectively.
Where Can I Watch Beastars Season 3?
Beastars Season 1 and 2 are all streamed exclusively on Netflix, so we expect Season 3 to get the same treatment. You can watch both the English and Japanese dubs on the streaming platform. The Japanese version is also available on FujiTV, a channel in Japan.
Beastars Season 3’s Cast: Who Will Return?
Adapting the events in the manga, Beastars Season 3 will most definitely welcome the return of its main cast. While Netflix and Studio Orange haven’t confirmed any details yet, we can expect both the original Japanese and English cast to reprise their roles.
Here are our estimated lineup for both the Japanese and English dub version:
- Chikahiro Kobayashi/Jonah Scott as Legoshi
- Yuuki Ono/Griffin Puatu as Louis
- Sayaka Senbongi/Lara Jill Miller as Haru
- Akio Ootsuka/Keith Silverstein as Gouhin
- JunyaEnoki/Ben Diskin as Jack
- Takaaki Torashima/Kaiji Tang as Bill
- Muro Genki/Brian Beacock as Dom
- Naoto Kobayashi/Billy Kametz as Durham
What Is Beastars Season 3’s Plot About?
As confirmed by both Netflix and Studio Orange, Beastars Season 3 will be the last installment of the show, adapting all the remaining major events from the original manga. So far, the official plot hasn’t been revealed yet, but fans believe Season 3 will start with Legoshi, the protagonist, trying to rebuild his relationship with his love Haru.
Beastars Season 2 covers the finale of the Murder Incident Solution arc. It ends with an epic battle between Legoshi and the arc’s main villain, Riz. who earlier gave in to his instinct and ate his own friend Tem. Meanwhile, Louis quits the Shishigumi and offers Legoshi his leg, so he can have the strength needed to defeat Riz.
How Many Episodes Will Season 3 Have?
Beastars Season 1 and 2 covers the first 12 volumes of the manga. Each season consists of 12 episodes. Since Season 3 will be the final season, it is expected to cover the remaining 10 volumes of the story.
Therefore, instead of 12, Beastars Season 3 will need to have at least 23-24 episodes to cover the rest of the manga’s plot. Having an extended season is a common trend for anime nowadays, and Beastars might follow the same path. So far, Studio Orange hasn’t disclosed on the number of episodes of the third season.
Where Can I Watch Beastars Season 3’s Trailer?
Both Studio Orange and Netflix haven’t published an official trailer for Season 3 just yet. While we wait, let’s visit back to this epic opening soundtrack for Season 2 of the franchise, “Monsters” by YOASOBI.
While we still have to wait for another year, Beastars Season 3 is slowly sinking its claw onto the small screen. As the last installment of the series, Season 3 is expected to deliver a grand finale for the relationship between Legoshi and Haru, and whether the former can fulfill his dream to protect the weak.
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