Seven Deadly Sins Season 4: Who Will be Depicted in the Upcoming Season? Read to know Plot, Cast and more!

Japanese Manga “Seven Deadly Sins” is a fantasy web television series written and illustrated by Nakaba Suzuki. It was published in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine between October 2012 and March 2020 with a collection of 41 volumes.

A-1 pictures adapted the series into an anime television series on October 1, 2014, and it ran two seasons. Studio Deen took over the third season.

Release Date of Seven Deadly Sins Season 4:

We will have a season four. The fourth season is under production and is set to air on October 15, 2020, with a total of 24 episodes. Nevertheless, the series might face a delay because of the coronavirus outbreak. There is no official announcement regarding the postponed date of its release.

The Cast of Seven Deadly Sins Season 4:

There is no update related to its cast whether there’s any change or not. Hence we expect to hear similar voices from the previous seasons. The voices include Yuki as Zeldris, Maaya as Merlin Kaji, Yuki as Meliodas Sugita, Suzuki Tatsuhisa as Ban Kaji, Misaki as Hawkyuuki, Jun as KingKuno and many more.

The Plot of Seven Deadly Sins season 4:

“Seven Deadly Sins” is about seven knights in the land of Britannia. They disband ten years earlier after its frame for plotting a coup of the Liones Kingdom. We have seen them in a fantasy world, throwing out from their kingdom for overthrowing their king. After ten years, Elizabeth discovers that the “Order of the Holy Knights” is the reason for it. Therefore, she goes after them.

This season with 24 episodes may witness the end of the Holy War. There is a high probability to start a plot where it ended from. But this does not mean this is the end of this show. We have to wait patiently until it releases.

Kodansha USA licensed the series for an English Publication in North America. Netflix has already obtained the exclusive English dubbed streaming rights for this manga. The manga achieved the 39th Kodansha Manga award in 2015.

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