Date A Live Season 5 Reveals April Release Date

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Date A Live 5 Release shido
Credit: Geek Toys

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Date A Live IV was among spring 2022's most-watched sequels. With about half of its original light novel left to cover, fans are hoping to see more of Shido and the girls animated. Finally, Date A Live season 5 (Date A Live V) has announced its April release date.

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What Will Date A Live Season 5 Cover? Our Predictions

Date A Live Season 5 Plot Predictions Spirits giving Shido chocolates
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Date A Live V revealed that it will air 12 episodes in the upcoming season. But it will most likely cover volume 16 onwards, the endpoint for season 4.

If Date A Live season 5 does cover the light novel starting from volume 16, the truth about Kurumi's role in Shido's life and the world as a whole will be revealed.

Ratatoskr and DEM will be involved in a heavy face-off that will then set the ground for the story's ending, which could be great material for a final season or another movie.

The Date A Live series has gained several improvements since the anime's first season aired in 2013, including its budget, production, and art.

New and old fans alike have enough reason to hope for more Date A Live seasons to answer questions such as whether Shido and Tohka will end up together.

Date A Live Season 5 Confirms April Release Date

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Date A Live season 5 is confirmed to premiere on April 10, 2024, at 11:30 PM in Japan. It will be broadcast on AT-X, and eventually on Tokyo MX, BS11, KBS Kyoto, and Sun TV. It will also be streamed on d Anime Store.

As of now, there's no word yet on the anime's international release date and time as well as the streaming platform. More details about its international release will likely be revealed soon.

Who Are the Voice Actors for Date A Live Season 5?

The voice actors from season 4 will return to reprise their roles for Date A Live V. Here are all the voice cast members in Date A Live V:

  • Marina Inoue (Yoko in Gurren Lagann) as Tohka Yatogami
  • Nobunaga Shimazaki (Chihiro Akina in My Tiny Senpai) as Shido Itsuka
  • Misuzu Togashi (Naoki Kojima in Here Comes the Black Witch!!) as Origami Tobiichi
  • Ayana Taketatsu (Kei Karuizawa in Classroom of the Elite) as Kotori Itsuka
  • Iori Nomizu (Aoi Koshimizu in My Girlfriend Is Shobitch) as Yoshino
  • Asami Sanada (Sawako Yamanaka in K-ON!) as Kurumi Tokisaki
  • Maaya Uchida (Guild Girl in Goblin Slayer) as Kaguya Yamai
  • Sarah Emi Bridcutt (Myne in The Rising of The Shield Hero) as Yuzuru Yamai
  • Minori Chihara (Kaori Nakaseko in Sound! Euphonium) as Miku Izayoi
  • Ayumi Mano (Alice in The Duke of Death and His Maid) as Natsumi
  • Hitomi Nabatame (Saiko Tagaya in Nodame Cantabile) as Nia Honjō
  • Akari Kageyama (Beatrice in Princess Principal) as Mukuro Hoshimiya
  • Aya Endo (Cattleya Baudelaire in Violet Evergarden) as Mio Takamiya

Which Studio Is Producing Date A Live Season 5?

Date A Live Season 5 Studio and Staff
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Similar to the voice cast, the anime's staff and studio from season 4 are also returning for the new season. As such, studio Geek Toys is still in charge of animation duties for Date A Live V.

Geek Toys is well-known for producing popular shows in each anime season, with titles such as Liar Liar, Dead Mount Death Play, and Migi and Dali.

The anime is once again being helmed by director Jun Nakagawa (K-ON! and Little Busters!).

He is joined by script supervisor Fumihiko Shimo (Villainess Level 99), character designer Naoto Nakamura (High School Fleet), and composer Go Sakabe (Kizuna no Allele).

Date A Live Season 5 Trailer

The latest trailer for Date A Live V highlights the anime's opening song titled Paradoxes by Japanese singer and VA Miyu Tomita (Miko Iino in Kaguya-sama: Love is War).

Meanwhile, the ending song is called Hitohira, and it is by the girl group sweet ARMS, who also performed the ED for Date A Live IV.

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