Even while harem anime isn’t for everyone, the Date A Live series is one of the genre’s most cherished and well-known rom-com.
The fourth season’s final episode, “Cycle of Starvation,” will be released on Crunchyroll in the near future, and fans’ focus will quickly switch to the next date on their calendars.
Fortunately, the official Japanese website and Twitter account for Date A Live season 5 only a few minutes ago announced that the show was in production. Here’s all you need to know.
Date a Live Season 5 Release Date
Season 4 of ‘Date A Live’ premiered on April 8, 2022, and ended on June 24, 2022, a full six weeks later. There are a total of twelve episodes in the most recent season, each lasting between 22 and 25 minutes.
We’ve got some excellent news for the show’s fans ahead of the upcoming season. Since Season 4 ended, the program has been revived by its creators. After some speculation online, it’s now official: an anime series is being produced. A total of sixteen volumes of Koushi Tachibana’s light novel series have been adapted by the show so far.
Date a Live Season 5 Plot
The author Koushi Tachibana and illustrator Tsunako’s light novel book series could be the inspiration for Date A Live Season 5. Fans can pass the time by watching the fourth season of the show, which has presented Shido with new challenges.
Some of the Spirits Shido has fallen in love with over the course of the series so far appear to have tougher outer shells that Shido must break through. With Crunchyroll, you can watch all four seasons of Date A Live, as well as the previous three.
This season’s promo, according to Comic Book, teases that “Shido’s juggling act of giving ladies attention is never-ending with numerous Spirits now living with him. On top of that, there are additional spirits for him to charm.
Will he be able to maintain sealing despite the fact that they have no idea what he’s trying to do, or will this lead to a massive earthquake in space?
Season 5 of Date a Live Has Been Announced
The Japanese Date A Live Twitter account and website have confirmed the start of production on season 5. To paraphrase: “Date A Live V Production choice!” “TV animation 5th decision!”
The voice actors offered their comments on the announcement of a fifth season. There will be a fifth season of “Shido,” according to Nobunaga Shimazaki. Oh, the joy! I’m in a good mood right now.
Please accept my heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of you! I appreciate it, and I thank you! Despite the fact that IV came to a satisfying conclusion, there is no doubt that V will be even more spectacular.
A flurry of dramatic developments and ominous hints. All our best wishes for a successful conclusion. Enjoy!”