“Tokyo Ghoul” Season 3 release has been teased for a several time now, however, none of these speculations grounded. The fans are excited about another season but it has been a long wait now and as a fan of manga and anime these rumors are quite irritating and so here we will debunk all the rumors about Tokyo Ghoul Season 3. If you are not familiar with the series here’s a short description for you:
Tokyo Ghoul is a dark fantasy anime adaptation of the original manga series by Sui Ishida. The anime adaptation was Directed by Shuhei Morita and Written by Chūji Mikasano, the series’ first season was aired between July 4, 2014 – September 19, 2014 (12 episodes) and the second season was aired between January 9, 2015 – March 27, 2015 (12 episodes). Tokyo Ghoul is set in an alternate reality where terrifying creatures called “Ghouls” are real. These are the monstrous creatures who survive by eating human flesh (like zombies) and live undercover among the human society.
The main plot of the series revolves around a boy named Ken Kaneki who encounter with a female ghoul and ended up becoming a half-ghoul himself. Kaneki struggles with adapting to this new life and try to hide his evil side from human society and tries his best to adjust among ghouls. Kaneki needs to learn how to control his every day insatiable hunger for human flesh. The series is very popular among the audience and also has several games and movie projects.
“Tokyo Ghoul” Season 3 Release Date Rumors Debunked
Updated on 8th August 2017: There have been rumors that Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 has been officially canceled and this rumor left fans in pieces. However, the studio’s Viz Media’s Senior Director of Sales and Marketing Kevin Hamric has said that there will be the third season of “Tokyo Ghoul” but with a bit delay. Right now the studio is working on another hit anime series that don’t need any introduction “One Punch Man Season 2” and soon after that they will be coming with “Tokyo Ghoul” Season 3.
Recently, the news took the internet by a storm when Kevin Hamric, senior director of sales and marketing at Viz Media teased about the 2017 release of “Tokyo Ghoul” Season 3. In an interview, he said, “Nothing that’s been recently released, but One-Punch Man is coming back on with season two. There’s going to be another season of Tokyo Ghoul coming shortly. Later in the year, those would be the bigger releases on the anime side.”
Unfortunately, according to Anime News Network, Viz Media announced that Hamric misspoke
Latest Updates on Tokyo Ghoul Season 3
According to Saiko Plus, the delay in the release of the third season of “Tokyo Ghoul” is due to the lack of material to start its broadcasting. It was said that there is not enough content to continue the story so the production team is working to create more gripping content. As fans know season 2 didn’t fulfill their expectations, fans have been continuously talking about where season two went wrong, and most agreeable reasons could be “plot holes” and “bad character developments.” So the studio might be working on the story to pull out some good episodes for “Tokyo Ghoul” Season 3.
However, it is also possible the live action movie adaptation of Tokyo Ghoul may be the reason behind the delay in next installment of the TV series, as writers are busy writing the screenplay of the movie.
Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 Release Date
Moreover, the live-action film has finally got a release date which was announced today by the studio, the film will be released on July 29, 2017. For now, this is the only good news for the fans that are eagerly waiting for “Tokyo Ghoul” Season 3. The live-action film has an impressive staff and is directed by Kentaro Hagiwara and costume and mask designed by Masanori Morikawa. As per latest updates, Viz Media’s Senior Director of Sales and Marketing Kevin Hamric has hinted that the third season could be released at the end of this year.
Here’s the teaser of the live action film “Tokyo Ghoul”
The movie has gone through a lot of controversies but the studio has assured fans with their statement which says, “We want to convey the ghoul and human drama and strong themes of the original work through the film. Those feelings will never change.” Viz Media has just bought the license for the new sequel of the Tokyo Ghoul: re manga series which will release in 2017 fall.
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