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Netflix’s “The Seven Deadly Sins” Season 4: Everything We Know So Far

Last year, anime fans could finally watch the third season (some consider it the second season like in Japan but everyone has an opinion, no?) of the popular manga series The Seven Deadly Sins, which premiered between Jan 13, 2018, to Jun 30, 2018.

Like the previous seasons, this one was met with a lot of positive reviews and once it finished, it got fans hyped up for one more season, which we will luckily be receiving in the fall of this year.

If you’re are amongst the new ones to the series, this paragraph will help you to catch up to the speed on the anime’s plot. The show takes place in an alternate section of the British Isles called the Britannia.

Netflix's "The Seven Deadly Sins" Season 4: Everything We Know So Far
Netflix’s “The Seven Deadly Sins” Season 4: Everything We Know So Far

The Seven Deadly Sins are a bunch of knights who were asked to serve the kingdom of Liones and beat the Demon Clan’s Ten Commandments. But they were hailed as traitors for killing the Great Holy Knight Zaratras after being asked to meet up with him at the castle of Liones.

Sins’ Season 4 Release Date

Japanese fans are hyped when they were informed that The Seven Deadly Sins would be coming to nack for its third (fourth according to Netflix) season in October this year.

Sadly, this also means the US fans will have to wait for a longer time before the season comes out on Netflix. Since the new season consists of 24 episodes, we can only guess that the series would be ready for streaming on Netflix in 2020.

Because this happens always with anime, it is thought that the show will come out every episode on the basis of every week in Japan which would be around 24 weeks before the season finally finishes and comes out on Netflix.

It is also rumored that the debut episode of the new season will come out on the first Saturday of October, which is the 5th of October, so a 2019 Netflix release should almost be ruled out.

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Mohit Sharma is a trends columnist covering breaking news, as well as the intersection of Social Serves politics and culture, including media, entertainment at the Daily Bayonet.

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