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Is Saitama Returning Anytime Soon?

One Punch Man Season 3
Source: The Cypress Chronicle

One Punch Man, the superhit anime series currently available to stream on Netflix in English dub. Back in 2015, the first season was released and the second season followed after a big gap in 2019. Nonetheless, among the fans, it had the same amount of hype and enthusiasm. In addition, its release on Netflix even further increased the fan base. It has been reported that the third season of the anime is in production. So, when is it going to be released?

One Punch Man Season 3 Release Date

It was hoped that the third season will be released by the end of this year. This might not happen now, though. The coronavirus pandemic, like the rest of the globe, has also impacted the anime industry and has stopped production there.

Our best guess is, in the second half of 2021, the third season might be released. It is less likely, however, that the gap between seasons 1 and 2 will be the same. After the first season, the anime had to change its studio and director, hence the gap.

One Punch Man Season 3 Plot

Well, we don’t have official details of the plot. We do have a rough idea of what could happen, however. First of all, at some point in the following season, Saitama will go running into the base of Monsters’ corporation, just like that. We can get to see Blast the Rank 1 Hero as well. In addition, we might get to know more about Genos and how his family was slaughtered. The third season, I guess, isn’t just the end, and a few more seasons are planned.

Stay tuned with us!

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