Nov 17, 2016 12:08 AM EST

'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 Cancellation News: Production Delays Cancel Third Seasons' 2016 Release; New Release Date Revealed

Fans are highly anticipating the latest season of "Tokyo Ghoul" as Japan's most popular anime franchise is supposed to hit television screens early in winter. But rumors have it that "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3 cancellation news have spread lately due to major production changes. Now, fans would most likely wait another year for their favorite anime series.

Reports have it that "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3 would probably be released somewhere in March 2017 as reported by Saiko Plus. The series was expected to be released this 2016 somewhere around winter season, but a lack of materials caused the delays and canceled the release for next year.

According to News Everyday, studio Perriot would hand over the production to Madhouse, thus causing delays in releasing the series. These issues are probably the cause of "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3 cancellation news making a buzz in different anime forums.

A lot of fans are now freaking out about the cancellation of "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3 because they will have to wait until next year to see Ken Kaneki and his struggles as a half-ghoul. But fans would have something to look out for because the endorsement of the third installment to Madhouse would improve the series aesthetically.

Mad house is well-known for incorporating a dark tinge to every anime series they produce. It is the same production team behind "One Punch Man" and "Death Note," so fans would expect more blood, violence and gore in "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3.

There were online leakages about the plot of "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3 though there weren't any confirmations from Perriot. But rumors have it that the latest season would revolve around Kaneki Ken and Kirishima Touka. It will depict the struggles of Touka as a college student and explain why she has negative feelings towards Kaneki.

These "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3 cancellation news are indeed a bummer for anime fans but with an awesome story plot and an improvement in graphics, there is more reason to rejoice. Fans just need to wait one more year and watch their favorite anime.

Get the Most Popular Jobs&Hire Stories in a Weekly Newsletter
© 2017 Jobs & Hire All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
TRENDING ON THE WEB

Join the Conversation

Real Time Analytics