Kimi ni Todoke Season 3 Anime Premieres in August 2024

    Here's a sneak peek into Sawako and Shota's love life.

    The official Kimi ni Todoke website revealed a new promotional video for Season 3, confirming a premiere for August 2024 on Netflix. Alongside the new PV, a new key visual was revealed.

    The original Kimi ni Todoke anime series ran from 2006 to 2017, and the Kimi ni Todoke Bangaihen spin-off series ran from 2018 to 2022. Kimi ni Todoke received two seasons running from 2009 to 2011. 13 years later, Kimi ni Todoke Season 3 will finally premiere as a Netflix exclusive series. 

    Kimi ni Todoke Returns in August 2024 with Season 3 Run

    Season 3 of Kimi ni Todoke premieres in August 2024 on Netflix worldwide. Check out the new trailer and key visual below, via the anime’s official website:  

    Kimi ni Todoke Season 3 key visual

    The voice cast of Kimi ni Todoke Season 3 includes Mamiko Noto as Sawako Kuronuma, Daisuke Namikawa as Shōta Kazehaya, Miyuki Sawashiro as Ayane Yano, Yuko Sanpei as Chizuru Yoshida, Yūichi Nakamura as Ryū Sanada, Mamoru Miyano as Kento Miura, Yūki Ono as Kazuichi Arai, and Aya Hirano as Ume Kurumizawa.

    The staff of the series is as follows:

    • Director: Kenichi Matsuzawa
    • Studio: Production I.G.
    • Series Scripts: Tomoko Konparu
    • Composer: S.E.N.S. Project

    The first two seasons of Kimi ni Todoke are available for viewing on Crunchyroll and Netflix. Here’s an overview of the anime via Crunchyroll: 

    Sawako Kuronuma has had a difficult time fitting in. Some say it’s her jet black hair, others say it’s her hushed manner of speaking, while still others claim it is due to her name’s similarity to Sadako, a character from a popular Japanese horror series. On her first day of high school, Sawako meets the one boy who treats her like a normal girl-Shota Kazehaya.

    Through his selfless aid, Sawako slowly learns to come out of her shell and even begins to make friends for the first time in her life. However, with a new social life come social pressures. Rumors begin to circulate about her, her friends, and even the kindhearted Kazehaya. As she grows into her new identity, Sawako must learn to deal with such pressures as well as start to understand the unfamiliar feelings inside of her, especially in regards to the boy who made her new start possible.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected]

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