Written and created by Warren Ellis, Castlevania is unarguably the best screen adaptation of a game and one of the best Netflix shows to date. With fascinatingly-animated action scenes and intense dialogues, the series becomes one of the best Netflix series to ever exist. The characterization and plot development is praiseworthy. It is now confirmed that season 4 is coming soon.
Castlevania is a mixture of various genres, including drama, fantasy and horror. The show is led by Frederator Studios and Powerhouse Animation Studios. *A famous American grownup animated internet TV collection Castlevania is now coming with season 4.* It is based on the Japanese Online Game by Konami. Season 2 and 3 see characters from the 2005 entry Castlevania: Curse of Darkness.
The first two seasons are reported to be the adaptation of 1989 entry Castlevania 3: Dracula’s Curse. The entire collection is now streaming on Netflix.
The show retains its position at top 5 popular – on season 3’s launch day. Hence it’s no surprise that Netflix confirmed the show was picked up again on March 27, 2020.
Season 3 might have ended on an unhappy note, especially for Trevor Belmont and Hector. However season 4 might change things around. Check out everything we know about Castlevania season 4 below.
Castlevania season 4 release date:
On July 7, 2017, the series went was aired for the first time. The second season premiered on October 26, 2018 after being renewed for the second season of eight lengthy episodes. The third season left the viewers stunned with Ten episodes, aired on March 5, 2020.
There was a 15-month gap between seasons 1 and 2, and a 16-month gap after that. As per the apparent trend, season 4 is be expected to release in late 2021. However sources report that, executive producer Adi Shankar is working on a TV adaptation of Devil May Cry (via IGN), and such other projects may distract them.
It may not necessarily slow down the production of season 4. However in an interview with Collider, writer Warren Ellis explained he’s currently working with Castlevania’s executive producer Kevin Kolde. The project they’re working on is a Netflix animated series called Heaven’s Forest. Warren calls it a “cultural remix of the Ramayana”.
While Castlevania is sure to make a return, it is uncertain as to how long we’ll have to wait. It seems probable that the other project will take precedence over Castlevania.