Re:Zero Season 3 would be a delight of the fans especially to those who have been following the story of Subaru in his extraordinary adventure in the world where he is transported to, one where both humans and demi-humans live in, as the Season 2 Part 2 is about to reach its season finale with Episode 50.
The isekai anime of Re:Zero – Starting Life In Another World only has 25 episodes lined up for the second season. The White Fox produced anime series is based on the pages of the light novel series of the same name written by Tappei Nagatsuki and illustrated by Shinichirou Otsuka published by Media Factory. It also has a separate manga series and a manga anthology series, Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World − Official Anthology Comic.
Subaru Natsuki was just on a normal day, going for a quick run for some supplies in a nearby convenience store, and returning to his home when he doesn't get there at all, as he gets to a place where it seems to be stuck in a loop.
Confused, dazed, and lost, Subaru encountered a group of thugs who beat him up. He was fortunate enough to bump into Satella who rescued him from the thugs. Satella, a passerby looking for her stolen insignia, helps him. In turn, Subaru helped Satella look for the missing insignia. To their surprise, it is not the insignia that they found but their death.
Re:Zero is a split-cour which means that the screening of the series where it is divided into two parts with a three-month TV break in between. After the 13th episode aired, there came a three-month block for the TV broadcast of the anime series and is returned in its 14th episode after the break to complete all 25 episodes of Season 2.
Crunchyroll holds the official license to stream and distribute the episodes of Re:Zero – Starting Life In Another World. Its episodes are in their original Japanese audio with English subtitles.
Re:Zero Season 2 Part 2 English Dub is part of Crunchyroll's lineup of English Dubs to be released. However, it is not released simultaneously as the English dubbed version of Re:Zero falls behind nine episodes from the original Japanese audio with English subtitles.
Same as the Japanese audio version, the English dubbed version of Re:Zero follows the pattern of Crunchyroll's release with the privilege of those with premium access of having a week off earlier screening before it is released to the general public for free.
Crunchyroll provides premium access users the privilege of one week of earlier screening of the episodes of Re:Zero and all the other shows in its library before airing it for the general public for free with the subscription costing $9.99 per month or $79.99 per year.
With the season about to close, various fans and viewers are waiting on confirmation whether there would be a Season 3 for Re:Zero – Starting Life In Another World. There is no official word yet from any of the parties involved as to whether there would be a third season.
In an interview with Sho Tanaka, producer of Re:Zero – Starting Life In Another World with Crunchyroll, he said, "I'm confident that you'll all be clamoring for a third season once you've finished watching this one." Although what he said seems to be hinting that there are plans for the third season and continue the series given its staggering high ratings and positive reviews, they haven't released an announcement yet.
Still, what Tanaka said gave hope and expectation to most fans of Re:Zero. As the series is pumping up with the story, there is more to the story that hasn't been covered yet basing on the light novels. There sure are materials where Re:Zero could pull out from the light novels and translate them into the anime series.
***Once we get word that Season 3 of Re:Zero gets a go signal, this article would be updated and you'll be the first to know.
If so, it is also possible that Season 3 will get the same treatment as that of Season 2 has been a split-cour where the series would be divided into two cours. It is also possible that Re:Zero Season 3 would have 25 episodes as well.
Re:Zero Season 2 airs new episodes weekly via Crunchyroll every Wednesday at 8:30 PM EST. Its release in Japan would be a day earlier at 10:30 PM JST.
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