Beastars Confirms Final Season Release Window With New Poster


During this year's Anime Expo, Netflix has been unveiling several highly anticipated projects within the realm of anime. Not only did they release a new trailer and announce a release date for the much-awaited Pluto adaptation, but they also treated fans to a new trailer for the live-action Zom 100: Bucket List of The Dead. Additionally, Netflix revealed a release window for the final chapter of Legosi and his fellow creatures' story. Beastars: The Final Season is set to premiere on Netflix, marking the conclusion of this captivating anthropomorphic adventure.

Beastars, initially introduced as a murder mystery, was created by Peru Itagaki, the daughter of the renowned creator of Baki The Grappler. As the series progressed, it revealed deeper layers, delving into the struggles faced by Legosi and his fellow inhabitants in a world where survival and navigating the dark underbelly of society were constant challenges. Despite being a wolf, Legosi's attraction to the rabbit Haru created a unique "Romeo and Juliet" dynamic within the story.

Beastars Final Season 2024

During its panel at this year's Anime Expo, Netflix made a significant announcement that the final season of Beastars would be released in 2024. With a passionate fan base that has grown steadily over the years, the conclusion of the anime adaptation will undoubtedly evoke mixed emotions among dedicated viewers. As fans prepare to bid farewell to the beloved series next year, the possibility of seeing the manga spin-off, Beast Complex, adapted into an anime remains uncertain, as no official word has been released on the matter.

If you haven't had the chance to delve into the captivating world of Beastars, here's the official description of the original manga series by Viz Media: "At a high school where the students are literally divided into predators and prey, friendships maintain the fragile peace. Who among them will become a Beastars – a hero destined to lead in a society naturally rife with mistrust? One night at Cherryton Academy, an herbivore student is brutally murdered. Among the members of the Drama Club, the herbivores' suspicions naturally turn to their carnivore classmates... The prime suspect? Gray wolf Legoshi. But he wouldn't hurt a fly. Or would he? Will dwarf rabbit Haru bring out the beast in him? Or are his feelings for her...something else?"

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