Beastars Season 3 has been revealed, and we have all the details about the future season of the anime right here. What will happen to the befuddled teen wolf from Cherryton Academy and the other students when Legoshi finally confronts Tem’s murderer in Beastars season 2? Now that Netflix and Studio Orange have officially confirmed it, here’s all we know about the upcoming plot arc and projected release date for Beastars season 3.
Beastars, based on the Paru Itagaki manga series, takes set in an anthropomorphic animal world where people are either herbivores or carnivores. Despite the appearance of civilization, there is still conflict and underlying bloodshed between the two groups of organisms, as some carnivores give in to their appetites and consume prey animals.
Legoshi, a teen grey wolf, struggles to manage his loving feelings for Haru, a white dwarf rabbit, as well as his predatory tendencies. While a murder mystery unfolds, Legoshi looks for the carnivore who slaughtered his pal, an alpaca named Tem. The Tem’s Death storyline was concluded in Beastars season 2, although there are still unexplained mysteries from the manga, which had 196 chapters when it was completed in 2020. Here are some Beastars season 3 predictions.
The third season of Beastars will be released by Netflix and Studio Orange on July 20, 2021. As a result of the revelation, Itagaki’s new drawings of Legoshi and the other characters were shared on Twitter by the Studio Orange and Netflix accounts. The first two seasons of Beastars were animated by Studio Orange, and the third season will be as well.
Beastars Season 3 Release Date
The release date for Beastars Season 3 has yet to be determined. Beastars seasons 1 and 2 aired on Fuji TV in Japan a few months before they were released on Netflix, and the same release pattern can be expected for Beastars season 3. Beastars season 3 is set to air on Netflix in the fall of 2022, following the release of seasons 1 and 2 in March 2020 and July 2021, respectively.
Beastars Season 3 Storyline
When it was discovered that Riz, a brown bear and fellow student in Cherryton Academy’s theatre club, was guilty of Tem’s murder and consumption, the murder mystery plot of Beastars season 2 was put to rest. Legoshi decided to face Riz in person rather than calling the police.
Gouhin, a carnivore therapist, helped Legoshi control his predatory tendencies, but his hard training and meat-free diet left him too weak to overcome Riz in a fight. In the season finale, Louis ordered Legoshi to consume the lower portion of his leg.
This kept Louis alive while giving Legoshi just enough energy to fight Riz. Legoshi was ultimately released, but the incident involving the consuming stayed on his permanent record. Riz was also detained, along with Legoshi.
While the romance between Legoshi and Haru was mostly put on pause during Beastars season 2, the series climactic scene gave fans hope that it would continue to grow in season 3. In it, Haru warns Legoshi that she will find a boyfriend if he decides not to date her.
“Interspecies Relations” is the manga’s next story arc, in which Legoshi graduates from high school and must learn to negotiate the outside world while preserving his relationship with Haru as she attends university.
Beastars Season 3 Cast
Beastars season 3’s voice cast has not yet been revealed, however, most of the show’s main characters are anticipated to return. The key Japanese and English voice actors for Beastars Season 2 are listed below:
Atsumi Tanezaki / Lauren Landa – Juno
Yûki Kaji – Pina / Kayleigh McKee
Keith Silverstein – Gouhin – Akio tsuka
Hiroshi Shirokuma – Riz / Patrick Seitz
Jonah Scott – Legoshi – Chikahiro Kobayashi
Sayaka Senbongi – Haru / Lara Jill Miller
Yuki Ono / Griffin Puatu – Louis
Beastars Season 3 Trailer
If our release date predictions for 2022 are true, the official trailer for ‘Beastars’ season 3 should be available within a few months.
We’ll keep an eye on ‘Beastars’ season 3 developments and will update this site as new information becomes available.
Meanwhile, watch the season 2 trailer below.