Based on the Japanese video game of the same name, Castlevania has become one of the best-animated series out on Netflix. The third season of the show has been said to be the best season out yet, so it was no surprise when Castlevania was renewed for a fourth season.
Netflix has promoted the show a lot and has seen a huge amount of viewers stream the anime; this has also led to Netflix pushing more similar shows and anime has become a very popular genre for Netflix.
Castlevania Season 4 Release Date
While the anime was renewed just after the debut of the third season, no official release date has been announced as of yet.
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The usual wait between seasons is approximately 15 months due to the high quality of animation needed in the production of the show, so we can expect to see season 4 in the latter half of 2021.
Castlevania is also expected to be renewed for a fifth season after the fourth one ends.
Who will not return for the fourth season?
The usual cast is expected to return; this includes Richard Armitage as Trevor Belmont with James Callis returning as Adrian “Alucard” Tepes, Alejandra Reynoso as Sypha Belnades along with Theo James as Hector, and Adetokumboh M’Cormack as Isaac.
Some more returns include Jaime Murray, Jessica Brown Findlay, Yasmine Al Massri, and Ivana Milicevic.
The Judge played by Jason Isaacs will not be returning for another season after he died in season 3 along with Taka and Sumi played by Toru Uchikado and Rila Fukushima, respectively.
What is going to happen in season 4?
Carmilla’s plan to take over Wallachia will now be moving forward after Hector was enslaved at the end of the third season.
Dracula’s son will further his disdain towards humans as the Infinite Corridor may be reopened again, and Dracula might also return along with it.
The future of Trevor and Sypha is still uncertain and will be shown in season 4.