After a successful and critic-acclaimed season 3, smash-hit sensation anime ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ is coming back with a bang to complete its story in season 4. Adapted from the manga with the same title, Seven Deadly Sins is set up in the British Isles in the Kingdom of Liones. The story is about the ‘Holy Knights’ who had staged a coup against the crown and have been sought again by Queen Elizabeth so as to regain peace in the kingdom. Those banished Knights are referred to as the Seven Deadly Sins.
After a rocking season 3, the anime is to run another instalment on Netflix owing to high public demand. Interestingly enough, Season 4 is already up and airing in Japan with more than half of the season done. Season 4 had started streaming from 22nd of September 2019 and will continue to air until 25th of March 2020. Rumours have it that Season 4 will be the final season for the anime with just over 110 chapters remaining. The fourth season has been titled ‘The Seven Deadly Sins: Wrath of the Gods.’
Season 3 climaxed with Meliodas returning and barbarously killing Fraudrin who was the commander of the Ten Commandments. It was later revealed that Meliodas is himself the son of the Demon King. Meliodas is reportedly cursed with Immortality. In S4 we are expected to dive deeper into Elizabeth’s relationship with Meliodas and what ugly turn it might take and the heights he would go to protect her. We might, at last, see Meliodas turn back to his devil form. There are a lot of loose ends indeed but they’ll all get a proper ending in season 4. It is also known that A-1 Pictures would make way for Studio Deen, the new Animation Studio for the Anime. So a change in the animation is definitely expected in S4.
Season 4 might release some time in July or August 2020 on Netflix if it keeps following the release trends from the last two seasons!! Stay Tuned for more updates on the Release!!!
Okay, as for Nanatsu no Taizai S3, the situation is pretty critical since Aniplex bailed from the production after the movie underperformed. So the new committee were tasked with finding a studio in less than a year and put a S3 into production straight away.
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