‘Beastars’ season 2 has finished broadcasting in Japan and reached Netflix in July 2021, but many who already watched the harrowing ending of season 2 are now questioning if season 3 will happen. The second season of the anime has given stunning revelations and we can’t wait to see what happens next for Legoshi after an epic confrontation with Tem’s killer. ‘Beastars’ is based on a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Paru Itagaki.
The anime takes place in a universe where anthropomorphic animals have a cultural division between carnivores and herbivores. The peace and tranquility between the two groups were disturbed as Tem the alpaca is cruelly slain and devoured by an unknown killer in the night.
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Beastars Season 3 Plot
We can guess the plot of the third season based on where season 2 finished, then compare it with the manga’s story arc. Tem’s killer ultimately is revealed in season 2. Riz, the bear, was the covert murderer that devoured the alpaca in the night. Legos come face to face with Riz in grueling combat, which ends up in Louis sacrificing his limb so Legoshi may eat meat for the first time. This empowered Legoshi with increased strength and enabled him to vanquish Riz.
That showdown will act as a significant occasion for Legoshi’s life in the next seasons. The battle ends up with both Legoshi and Riz getting arrested by the authorities. Although Legoshi will not acquire a misdemeanor criminal record, he is labeled as a predatorial offender for ingesting Louis’s flesh. Eating the flesh of another living animal is a severely banned act in the civilized, anthropomorphic world. Because of his negative record, Legos will have a hard time getting back into his usual life.
He is no longer able to go to unsegregated universities, and no herbivore-owned companies will want to hire him. The worst of it all, he will no longer be allowed to marry a herbivore and would be forced to leave Haru without explanation.
Beastars Season 3 Cast
The main voice cast members will likely resume their roles whenever ‘Beastars’ gets renewed for season 3.
For the Japanese dub, we have:
Chikahiro Kobayashi as Legoshi
Legoshi is the protagonist of Paru Itagaki’s manga Beastars. In a world of contemporary, civilized, anthropomorphic animals with a cultural split between carnivores and herbivores, Legoshi is a high school student and gray wolf working with his red deer classmate Louis on easing tensions in the club at school.
Sayaka Senbongi as Haru
Haru is a Japanese actress and model from Adachi, Tokyo. She is recognized for the film Koizora, Maria-Sama ga Miteru, the TV drama Asa ga Kita, and for co-hosting the TBS chat show A-Studio
- Yūki Ono as Louis Since its founding in 1854 as Louis Vuitton Malletier, the French luxury goods manufacturer has been known as Louis Vuitton. In addition to luxury handbags and leather goods, the LV monogram may be found on a wide variety of the brand’s other products, including ready-to-wear, shoes, jewelry, accessories, and even books.
- Jonah Scott as Legoshi
- Lara Jill Miller as Haru
- Griffin Puatu as Louis
Beastars Season 3 Release Date
The previous release schedules suggest that ‘Beastars’ season 3 would arrive in mid-2022 and will be available on Netflix a few months after the Japanese season closes. “Beastars” debuted on Fuji TV’s +Ultra programming block in October and ran until December of 2019. Netflix released it in the third quarter of 2020. From January to March 2021, Netflix aired the second season.
Beastars Season 3 Trailer
‘Beastars’ season 3 should arrive in a few months if our expectations for a release date in 2022 are true. Updates on ‘Beastars’ season 3 will be tracked by us, and we’ll make any necessary changes to this article when new details emerge.
As the final season, the announcement of Beastars Season 3 elicited a mixed response from fans. Now it’s up to the creators to deliver a fitting conclusion to one of the best anime series to come out in recent memory.