The Jungle is finally back with more fun, games, and political debates, as more than a year after its production was revealed, Netflix has officially confirmed a release date for The Jungle’s third and final season. beasts anime adaptation.
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The return date of the furry sensation Paru Itagaki to the small screen was announced on September 7 through a Tweet made by the official Twitter account of the series.
In it, it was revealed that Beastars’ The final season will arrive on Netflix sometime in 2024.
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In terms of production, director Shinichi Matsumi, screenwriter Nanami Higuchi, and the rest of the original Beastars production team at Studio Orange are scheduled to finish the journey they started with the first season in 2019.
However, in a notable change, as reported by the anime news Twitter account AIR (Anime Intelligence and Research) when it was first announced on July 20, 2021, this season will see Netflix have a bigger share of the anime. beasts‘ production.
This had led some to hope that the season would be simulcast alongside its Japanese TV broadcast rather than being stuck in the notorious ‘Netflix jail’ like the first two, resulting in its debut to international audiences via the streaming service several years after its initial broadcast. .
another thing you have beasts fans concerned is that, with the previous two seasons each consisting of twelve episodes each and the latest season ending at chapter 99 of the manga’s full 196-chapter run, Matsumi and Higuchi will attempt to wrap up 97 story chapters in one issue. similar number of episodes.
While some are hoping for a twenty-four-episode farewell, it should be noted that even with such an increase, there’s still a strong chance that key plot points and moments could be cut at the jump from page to anime.
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Of particular concern is the ‘Joker’ for Legoshi’s ‘Batman’, Melon.
A compelling character and incredible villain whose horrible childhood has come to define her current sadistic tendencies, if any of Melon’s content is removed from the anime, such a change would compromise both her and Legoshi’s arc.
That’s not to say that the same doesn’t apply to everyone else.
After all, the way Itagaki connects the stories of everyone from Legoshi to Louis to Gosha and especially Beastar Yahya himself is critical to delivering the compelling narrative of beasts‘End arc.
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