Dec 04, 2016 02:32 AM EST

‘Tokyo Ghoul’ Season 3 Air Date, Latest News & Updates: Causes For Delays Revealed!

Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 has been subject of numerous rumors day by day as the epic anime series is delayed further. It's been assumed that Season 3 will be arriving this fall and then it was delayed further to winter. Now, "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 will be delayed again to March next year however, no confirmations are officially announced.

It's been almost a year since we last saw Kaneki Ken with his creepy iconic eye patch-mask. Fans are now confused and are asking the same question. When will "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 be released?

To be honest, the makers are tight lipped to any information regarding the release of the hit dark fantasy anime. As of now, we are really in the dark regarding the air date of Season 3. With this information block out, rumors are sure to spread. There will be lots of information that will be published on the internet that will probably turn out false.

We can only speculate the reasons behind the delay of the favourite anime series. One reason is that Madhouse Studios, who are known behind the success of the hit animes like "One Punch Man" and "Death Note", will be taking over the production of "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3. Another reason we can think of is that Sui Ishida who is also known for "Hunter X Hunter", will be focusing more with the aforementioned anime, which will lead to "Tokyo Ghoul" being on a hiatus. With this in mind, there will not be enough material for the anime to work on.

According to News Everyday, though there is no official air date "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 was already confirmed and rumor of the cancellation is not true. Fans however will not go empty handed as a "Tokyo Ghoul" live-action movie will be released next year.

Though "Tokyo Ghoul" is subjected to delays, it seems that fan's anticipation is never showing any decline. With Madhouse taking over, we can expect thing to be more exciting. We'll just have to wait and tune in to Jobs & Hire for additional updates.

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