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'DATE A LIVE' Season 4: Everything We Know So Far About The Renewal

'DATE A LIVE' Season 4: Everything We Know So Far About The Renewal

After a long wait, fans of the show finally got glimpse of Date a Live Season 3 when it premiered on January 11, 2019, and ended its run on March 29, 2019.

'Date A Live' which is also known as Dēto A Raibu in Japanese, is an interesting sci-fi romantic comedy anime television series that is based on a light novel series of the same name, created by Koushi Tachibana. The light novel was published for the first time on March 19, 2011. After one year, the light novel was soon adapted into manga series and got published for the first time on April 26, 2012. Just like how it usually happens, light novel and manga got picked up for the making of an anime television series, and soon fans got a chance to watch the very first season of 'Date A Live' on April 6, 2013.

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 The anime instantly became popular and was a big hit among light novel, manga, and anime tv series fans. What's more, the show assembled a huge fan following. Of course, the show got a renewal and there was season 2 of 'Date A Live' that aired on April 12, 2014. However, the third installment took a while to make it through and aired almost five years later on January 11, 2019. Expecting season 4 is pretty understandable for the fans, and for their satisfaction, here is everything we know about season 4.

When Will Season 4 Of 'Date a Live' Release?

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It took a long time for fans to finally watch season 3 of 'Date A Live' that premiered on January 11, 2019, and continued running till March 29, 2019. Even though there hasn't been a long time ever since the fans saw season 3, this time they are not ready to wait for long and are already demanding season 4. Unfortunately, nothing has been confirmed or mentioned about the date, time, year and story of the fourth installment. However, there is one thing we know for sure. And that is, there are enough source material and content to give birth to season 4. Undoubtedly, it is too early to expect any news as such as the previous season got premiered only a few months ago. If you're wondering about when exactly would the fourth season of 'Date A Live' season 4 happen, expecting it somewhere in 2020 would be a safe bet. 

After a long wait, fans of the show finally got to watch Date a Live Season 3 when it premiered on January 11, 2019, and ended its run on March 29, 2019. Although not much time has elapsed ever since, fans are already demanding the fourth season. However, nothing has been confirmed as of now, and it’s too early to expect a confirmation.

What Took Season 3 Of 'Date A Live' So Long?

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Season 3 of 'Date A Live' animation had a troublesome time in its production. Back in 2013, the animation studio AIC Plus+ was responsible for producing both the 12-episode first season and a 'Date a Live' OVA episode. Then in 2014, the anime exchanged hands and studio Production IMS took over to create both second season and the 2015 Date A Live movie. Unfortunately, IMS production eventually became bankrupt and once again the anime series was left in the middle of nowhere and tossed to J.C. Staff. The only good thing was that most of the key staff members who were there previously came all together for the third season, including director Keitaro Motonagm, producer Chiaki Kurakane, and character designer who was formerly a key animator along with Koji Watanabe, and series composition writer Hideki Shirane.

Who All Will Be There In Season 4 Of Of 'Date A Live'? 

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During the third season, the main voice cast returned and gave their voice for their respective characters. Nobunaga Shimazaki as Shido Itsuka, Marina Inoue as Tohka Yatogami, Misuzu Togashi as Origami Tobiichi, Ayana Taketatsu as Kotori Itsuka, Iori Nomizu as Yoshino, Asami Sanada as Kurumi Tokisaki, Maaya Uchida as Kaguya Yamai, Sarah Emi Bridcutt as Yuzuru Yamai, Minori Chihara as Miku Izayoi. Also, Date A Live Season 4 will require new cast members for its new characters Artemisia Bell Ashcroft, Nia Honjou, and Mukuro Hoshimiya.
 

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