Love is War Season 3 Release Date: Everything You Need to Know!

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Fans of “Kaguya-sama: Love is War” have been left in the dark about the show’s key characters’ burgeoning romances, much as the main characters of the rom-com-style anime have been left in the dark about the show’s main characters.

According to Anime News Network, the plot of “Kaguya-sama: Love is War” is based on the best-selling manga of the same name, which was the ninth best-selling volume in Japan in 2019. As a result, the show has become a crossover smash with audiences in both Japanese and English-speaking countries.

In addition, the first and second seasons of the series, which dramatises the courtship between Kaguya Shinomiya and Miyuki Shirogane through epic animated fights of emotion, have been recognised by Crunchyroll’s Anime Awards event, with Season 2 taking home the award for Best Comedy in the year 2021.

When you take into account the immense popularity of the source material, the consistent critical acclaim that the anime has received over its run, and the amount of story yet to be told in the tale, Season 3 has looked like a foregone conclusion to fans of the show.

Even though A-1 Pictures has promised that additional episodes would be released in the future, fans are still unsure as to when they may anticipate a follow-up to be released. Here’s everything you need to know about “Kaguya-sama: Love is War” Season 3’s release date, cast, and plot, in case you missed it the first time.

Release Date Of love is war season 3

Fans of “Kaguya-sama: Love is War” received the good news they had been waiting for when the official Twitter account for the series revealed that Season 3 would be released on October 25, 2020, by Funimation. Because there have been no updates since that announcement, anyone hoping to find out when the next episodes will be released will have to rely on educated guesses as to when they will air.

In May 2018, Anime News Network was the first to report that a “Kaguya-sama: Love is War” anime series had been announced. No release date had been announced, as had been the case with Season 3, however the series ended up premiering seven months later, in June 2019. As reported by Anime News Network, when Season 2 was announced in October 2019, it was also broadcast in Japan seven months later, in April 2020.

However, seven months have already passed since the show’s announcement on October 25, 2020, and there has been no news from the studio regarding when the show will premiere. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to tell how the ongoing worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the creation of “Kaguya-sama: Love is War,” but the series could be ready for release as early as fall or winter 2021 if all goes according to plan. If it doesn’t air during either of those release periods, it will most likely air in early 2022, according to the studio.

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Cast Of love Is War Season 3

While it is impossible to know for certain what is causing the delays in the release of the third season, some users on Reddit have speculated that it may be due to the show’s commitment to using the same voice actors throughout the series. Season 3 of “Kaguya-sama: Love is War” should provide a good indication of who will feature in the series, assuming that production has been slowed to guarantee that all of the characters are voiced by the same performers.

The main character Kaguya will be dubbed by Alexis Tipton, while her romantic interest and occasional opponent, Miyuki, will be voiced by Aaron Dismuke, assuming that the show waits until all of the same actors are available before dubbing the new season. Fans can also anticipate Jad Saxton to reprise his role as Kaguya’s associate Chika, while Austin Tindle will reprise his role as Yu, a reclusive underclassman with a striking emo hairstyle.

Kaguya’s long-time personal assistant Ai, who also performs as the singer AmaLee, is likely to return, as will her personal confidant Nagisa, who will most likely be played by Bryn Apprill. Amanda Lee, who also performs as the singer AmaLee, is also a possibility for the role of Ai. The remaining members of the anticipated English dub cast are Ian Sinclair, who will play the show’s narrator, and Brandon McInnis, who will portray Tsubasa, who is commonly referred to as Kashiwagi’s lover.

Will There Be A Third Season Of Kaguya Sama?

New trailer for Kaguya-sama: Love is War announces that the highly awaited third season will launch on April 8, 2022, following the conclusion of the series’ second season. The most recent video, which debuted on Aniplex’s YouTube account this week, announces the premiere date for the next season as well as teasing some brand-new material for fans.

Plot Of love Is War Season 3

However, while the film is largely faithful to the original manga, it does so in a way that is more in line with the chronological events of the story, rather than necessarily the order in which they appear in that source material.

This is due to the fact that the manga contains numerous flashbacks to specific moments in Kaguya’s and other characters’ pasts, which are then incorporated into the anime to facilitate more fluid linear storytelling in the anime. On Reddit, one fan even created a useful graph that shows which chapters are included in which episodes of Seasons 1 and 2 of the show.

Chapters 100 and 101 of the manga, which contain the “Cell Phone Arc,” were the final major sections of the manga that Season 2 covered in depth. Thus, fans can expect to see events such as the midterm exams from Chapter 105, the rap battle from Chapter 108 and possibly even the various Christmas parties featured in Chapters 149-156 depicted in Season 3, as well as a slew of other stories thrown in for good measure throughout the season.

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Netflix will not be able to broadcast the popular anime series, which is a disappointment for those who want to watch it. Kaguya-sama: Love Is War is not currently available on Netflix due to the fact that it is distributed by FUNimation or Crunchyroll, respectively.

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