Demon Slayer Season 3: Everything you need to know

Demon Slayer Season 3 is a highly anticipated anime series that fans are looking forward to although nothing has been confirmed yet at the moment since the second season is still ongoing.


Comic books, graphic novels and animated audio-visual dramas are loved by several people across the world. They can not only portray a lot of unrealistic things in a decent manner but also help in presenting various things in a fun and light way. Manga series is a term used for different comic and graphic books produced in Japan that are highly enjoyable.


Demon Slayer, also known as Kimetsu no Yaiba in Japanese is one such series based on Manga production. It falls under the genres like dark fantasy, martial arts and adventure. The magazine/comic book has been written by Koyoharu Gotouge and published by the Shueisha company. 


The director of the show is Haruo Sotozaki and the producers of the show include Hikaru Kondo, Akifumi Fujio, Masanori Miyake and Yuma Takahashi. The music has been composed by Yuki Kaijura and Go Shiina whereas it has been scripted by Ufotable animation studio. The original network of the show includes Fuji TV, KTV, GTV, Tokyo Mx and a few others.


When the first season of Demon Slayer premiered, it literally became a worldwide sensation in 2019. We’d believe that anyone could have seen this canon of an anime. 


What Do We Know About Demon Slayer?


Coming to the details of the show, it was launched in 2019 and is still active. Total number of episodes in this show is 30. The plot of the show revolves around a teenager Tanjiro Kamado who aims to become a demon slayer after an unfortunate set of events. Several video games and stage plays have been made and performed respectively on this storyline.


Talking of season 2, it was launched in 2021 with four amazing episodes and fans cannot wait for another sequel now. The major star cast of the show includes Natsuki Hanae, Hiro Shimono, Akari Kito, Yuki Kaji, Aoi Yuki, Hikaru Midorikawa, Daisuke Namikawa, Shiori Izawa and so on. Although all of the characters are fictional and are designed out of complete randomness, their development throughout the show has impressed people a lot. It genuinely comes out as a really fun show to binge on.


Will We Ever Get To See Demon Slayer Season 3?


Coming to the 3rd season of the show, there are several assumed theories regarding dates, plots, characters and similar things which are floating all over the internet. With the recent end of season 2, it is quite obvious to assume that another season will take place most probably in 2022 or definitely in 2023. While the wait of the fans has just begun, there has been no trailer or teaser launch currently. The makers are more focused on the initial process of discussion right now and therefore, nothing can be said to be confirmed or official.


Demon Slayer Season 3 Release Date: When Will It Premiere?


Apart from that, few articles state that the expected season might get released in the Spring of 2023 which is around February. As good things take time and the reputation of the show is already at its peak, fans are requested to wait patiently while they create another sequel with all their energy. As much as fans have showered the love on the show, the makers consider it highly valuable and dear to heart too. Hence, until the next release, let us all rejoice about the earlier seasons along with the amazing list of manga series till then. 


Demon Slayer Season 3 Plot: What To Expect?


As for the plot, the third season would likely cover the Swordsmith Village Arc, that is if the makers skip on releasing a movie. If you’re a manga reader, we’re sure that you already know what will happen but for those who haven’t read the manga till now, except to see a few deaths from the Hashira as they will face a much greater demon. Meanwhile, Tanjiro will have a great character development and he will continue to develop new skills with Nezuko on his side.

Demon Slayer Season 3 Trailer


Demon Slayer Season 3 is still a long way away, in the meantime, you can watch season 2 on go-go anime, 9anime, Crunchyroll to name a few. 

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