Scissor Seven is a Chinese animated television series available for streaming. Scissor Seven was the title of the Netflix original. A cinematic sequel to the series was revealed at the end of the third season’s final episode.
The Chinese anime ‘Scissor Seven’ (also known as Killer 7) is causing a stir around the world thanks to its playful take on the traditionally dark assassin story.
The anime’s protagonist is Seven, a hairstylist with amnesia who desires to be an assassin. His lack of knowledge for such a sophisticated professional choice frequently leads to hilarious circumstances.
The anime has now aired three seasons, and a film adaptation is in the works. The question now is whether the anime will be renewed for another season. Here’s what we’ve learned so far.
Will there be a fourth season of Scissor Seven?
‘Scissor Seven’ has yet to be officially renewed for a fourth season. The anime’s third season ended on a cliffhanger. We may see additional seasons in the future, according to director He Xiaofeng’s WeChat message.
The anime will be canceled after ten seasons, according to the director, as part of a “20-year-long IP operation.” Scissor Seven will premiere in China on Bilibili, Tencent Video, Youku, iQIYI, and Sohu Video before being released on Netflix worldwide. The anime is well-liked in China as well as the rest of the world. As a result, a fourth season appears to be on the cards.
When will Season 4 of Scissor Seven be available on Netflix?
Despite the fact that the anime is set to be renewed for a fourth season, we’ll have to wait a bit for it to be available on Netflix. Only when the anime has aired in China will it be available on the streaming site.
Before it is available on Netflix, there will be at least an eighteen-month delay between seasons. Scissor Seven’s fourth season will most likely be released in China in mid-late 2022, and will be available for foreign watching on Netflix by 2023, according to these timelines.
It’s worth mentioning, though, that the third season ended with the news that a Scissor Seven feature picture is in the works and would be released in 2022.
Scissor Seven Season 4’s production and release date may be delayed as a result of the film. As a result, by 2024, it’s probable it’ll be available on Netflix.
What is the plot of the story?
Unlike Japanese animation, ‘Scissor Seven’ is not based on a manga series. As a result, predicting what will happen next becomes increasingly difficult, especially throughout the making of a film.
According to reports, the upcoming film will be a prequel. Season 4’s story would most likely begin up where season 3 left off in that situation.
However, if the film is not a prequel, as some have speculated, it will have an impact on Season 4’s storyline. ‘Scissor Seven’ season three ended on a cliffhanger. Seven (Ronny Chieng), a hairdresser with amnesia who aspires to be an assassin, is the protagonist of the anime.
His lack of understanding for such a sophisticated profession decision frequently results in amusing scenarios. Seven eventually loses memory of his Chicken Farm friends as a result of the black ice toxin.
Season 4 will almost certainly focus on the consequences of Seven’s poisoning. The wanted assassin may lose all memories of his Chicken Farm companions unless he miraculously recovers. Even if Seven gets to escape without losing his memory.
Manjusaka and Shimen are clearly hell-bent on catching him, placing him and Thirteen in severe danger. As a result, another attack is almost certain to occur soon. In any case, as everyone’s favorite inept hairdresser-turned-assassin tries to carve out a reputation for himself, there will undoubtedly be more of Scissor Seven’s trademark wit.
Who Might Join Season 4 of Scissor Seven?
Ronny Chieng portrays Seven: In the English version of the anime, comedian-actor Ronny Chieng portrays assassin Seven. Godzilla vs. Kong and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings are among Chieng’s previous credits.
The anime is a fan favorite, with an IMDB rating of 8.3/10 and a My Anime List season average of 8.12/10. It’s also a good example of Netflix’s entrance into Chinese programming. As a result, the streaming behemoth will almost probably keep the license and distribution if the series is renewed in China.