One Punch Man Season 3 Release Date, Episodes and Trailer

One Punch Man Season 3 release date has not been set yet. Although it was confirmed back in August 2022, there have not been any further details on when it will actually come to the screens. 2023 is already far gone, and one will now have to look to 2024 or even beyond for the release of season 3 of One Punch Man.

When is One Punch Man Season 3 Coming Out, or is it Cancelled?

One Punch Man has not been canceled. There will definitely be a season 3 of the hit anime series, as confirmed via its official Twitter page in August 2022. That official confirmation did not state the release date for One Punch Man season 3, but it has been confirmed that the anime is in production.

So, all we have to go on are speculations. One Punch Man may be released in 2024 or even 2025 or 2026. Season two of the series was first announced in 2016, but it never hit the screens until 2019. Such a three-year delay may also happen with season 3.

Is There One Punch Man Season 3 Trailer?

There is no trailer yet for One Punch Man season 3. What we presently have is visual art drawn by Chikashi Kubota, the character designer for the anime’s first and second seasons. The visual art sees Saitama, the titular One Punch Man, and a superhero standing alongside his cyborg pal named Genos.

Both embark on several heroic adventures in the course of the series. They also have to fight off many villains, including the major antagonist, Garo, who has dubbed himself a hero hunter and is out to eliminate all heroes. The trailer for season 3 of One Punch Man will likely drop close to the release date of the series.

When is One Punch Man Season 3 Release Date on Netflix

There is no release date yet for One Punch Man season 3 on Netflix. However, one can rest assured that whenever the series is eventually released, it will be on Netflix. It must, however, be noted that Netflix restricts the category of viewers that can stream One Punch Man on their platform. It is majorly available for viewers in Japan.

What is One Punch Man Season 3 Animation Studio?

The animation studio that will produce season 3 of One Punch Man has not been revealed. It is, however, known that it will not be the same animation studio that produced season 2, namely J.C. Staff. It is, therefore, possible that Madhouse, the animation studio that handled season 1, will also produce season 3 of One Punch Man. It also possible that another studio altogether may be hired for the task.

Where To Watch One Punch Man Season 3

One can be able to watch season 3 of One Punch Man on streaming services such as Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Japan. Hulu often gets the right to air it in North America, while Crunchyroll reserves the right to air it in Europe. Over in Japan, it is usually Netflix, as well as other local streaming services and TV channels, that has the right to air One Punch Man.

How Many Episodes of One Punch Man Season 3 Will There Be?

Going by past patterns, One Punch Man season 3 will have at least 12 episodes. Season one of the show, which ran from July to October 2016, had 12 episodes, while season two, which ran from October 2019 to January 2020, also had 12 episodes. It is possible that this may be repeated in season three. The producers may also decide to go for a larger or smaller number of episodes depending on the portion of the manga story they want to cover.

Will One Punch Man Season 3 be English Dubbed?

One Punch Man season 3 episodes will likely be dubbed in English. Although the first season was originally released in Japanese in 2015, an English dub version followed a year later.

Since then, the English dubbed versions have been regularly produced, and it is reasonable to assume that this would also be the case for season 3. Even if there are no English-dubbed Season 3 episodes of One Punch Man, there will surely be subtitles for the benefit of those who can’t understand Japanese.


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