Japanese manga series adapted from a bestselling manga series, of the same name, 7 Seeds. After 35 editions, the manga show came in 2017. After two years the series came to life and in June 2019 the first anime was premiered. So far, Netflix has not given 7 Seeds Season 3 release date till yet, but we know that a season is in line, with season 2. The editor-in-chief of the story is Tuko Machida. Netflix has been promoting anime in current years, and TV streaming has played a major role in renewing the second and third seasons.
7 Seeds Season 3 release date –
On 28 June 2019, the Show Season 1 was marked as “Part 1” on Netflix was premiered. Despite all the reviews, it was later confirmed that it would come back with a season 2. On 26 March 2020, Season 2 of the anime was released and again, with its unconvincing finish, giving up plenty of space for the release new season. Several of its characters are yet to be found and even in the post-apocalyptic world, there seems to be a lot of ability for new plot points.
The anime appears to need the components that earned its manga so successful but no one had anticipated that it would be new for the second season as well. After coming too far with its characters and plot, there is a chance that the series will come back with the new season. And we can expect Season 3 to be released in June 2021. As soon as we hear any official news about the 7Seeds Season 3 release date, we will update it.
Will there be a 7 Seeds Season 3?
On the other hand, the anime rapidly consumed the volume of the manga in Season 1 and covered 16 editions. Fortunately, in season two, the story moved deeper, and only 4 editions were consumed. Overall, the anime covers 20 editions of the manga and 15 volumes left. Therefore, in short, we can say that the show has sufficient sources for one or two seasons. Regarding how quickly the story will start in a possible season 3.
The cast of the 7 Seeds Season 3
The main characters are voiced by Jun Fukuyama as Arashi Aota, Yoko Soumi as Botan Saotome, Nao Toyama as Natsu Iwashimizu, Katsuyuki Konishi as Semimaru Asai, alongside Akira Ishida as Chimaki Yamori, Kana Asumi as Matsuri Tendo, Kazuhiko Inoue as Kaname Mozunoto and Aoi Yuki as Hotaru Kusakari. We expect the same cast members in the third season of 7 Seeds.
What will be the Expected Plot of Season 3?
In the end episode of Season 2, we saw Arashi, Natsu, Ango, and the squad got entangled in two issues. The bacteria on the ship began attacking, and there was not more time left as the weapon countdown arrived near. The team creates a crazy dash to exit, and boy, they successfully prepared it out of there.
The trip is not over still, although the bonds between squad members have tightened. Ryo and Ango have completely integrated into Tendo, Summer Team B, and Ryo occur to have grown near jointly, and Ango turned himself into a good ruler. The next season will be a start from where it finished. Do not neglect Arashi and Hana have not found each other still, but they appear ready to handle the world they live in.
Is there a Trailer for the 7 Seeds Season 3?
The series Season one trailer was minute 50 seconds and released on 27 May 2019. 7Seeds second season trailer was released on 17 March 2020. Currently, there is no official announcement of the trailer of Season 3 yet.
The Review of the Previous Season of the Anime series
Contrary to the first season, it takes its duration to introduce you to all of its characters and has a very soft transition between maximum shots. Also, Season 2 has an easy but well-defined overlaying storyline, which revolves only around an actual set of characters. The first season was simply moving from one plot point to another and most of its parallel narratives had no connective formulas with each other. Instead of spreading the same path, Season 2 simply ignores all four other groups and only highlights Team Summer B’s journey.
The only aspect of 7Seeds that makes it a favorable volatile anime is the post-apocalyptic world of reality. While most other anime shows include supernatural elements and vicious monsters, eds 7 Seeds focuses more on the human element. Even when it comes to its underlying themes, it emphasizes, at times, the power of love or friendship like other similar anime. But its main focus has always been on intra-group anxieties that continue among all survivors.
Given that it was created by Studio Gonzo, also known for other great mobile phones such as’ Hellsing ‘and, Gantz’, its animation style and quality are very disappointing. If ‘Seeds’ is a simple slice-of-life anime in high school, then its animation doesn’t matter. But since it is an anime that is expected to portray the post-apocalyptic world, the character designs and their movements are far from being fluid. Still, it is plausible that it is not completely 3-D like other Netflix mobile phones and even when it comes to the sound department, the show uses the right OSTs at the right time.
Overall, despite crying far away from Season 1, the second season becomes a show reviled as a team that tries to make too many things at once. From Shoujo to Horror and everything else, 7Seeds lets you use its characters as narrative devices. And from the looks of it, the direction it is heading, it will probably never be a proper prohibition. If you are staring for survival shounen or just shoujo anime for that issue, there are better shows out there. You can watch 7Seeds on Youtube also.
I must say that I was surprised by this sequel. After debuting with such a deal in season 1, the series nearly got to the butcher! For a series that carries the themes of self-identification, sexual abuse, violence, and women’s health, Season 2 kept it and 7Seeds can create the strength from here on.