• Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Twitter
  • YouTube

'BEASTARS Final Season' TV anime teased through a logo reveal by animation studio ORANGE

Written by: Jei Beltrano

Published on: December 08, 2021 at 00:04 PHT (GMT+8)

The official Twitter of animation studio ORANGE has dropped early Wednesday a "new" BEASTARS logo teasing the 'final season' of the television (TV) anime adaptation of Paru Itagaki's manga series. The teased new season is the third and possibly the final season of the anime series.

PHOTO: BEASTARS Final Season logo | ORANGE Official Twitter

No other information was revealed as of writing.

The animation studio revealed the logo with the caption, "#BEASTARS is getting a new logo!

There must be many questions but this is all we can reveal at the time. We hope everyone can join us for the show 'til the end."

Last July 2021, it was announced that the second season of the TV anime will continue with a new chapter and in a new format as a Netflix anime series. The series' animation studio Orange also confirmed that they will still be working on the sequel's production.

The anime's official website was also updated featuring a short moving animation teasing the new chapter. A special illustration to commemorate the continuation drawn by the creator itself was also revealed.

The second season of the BEASTARS anime series was aired in Japan's Fuji TV +Ultra anime programming block from January 7 to March 25, 2021. CG animation studio Orange returned to produce the second season and the first season's staff and cast reprised their roles.

The first season of the series' TV anime adaptation was animated by CG studio Orange and was aired from October 8 to December 26, 2019 on Fuji TV's +Ultra anime programming block and other channels. Shinichi Matsumi directed the series, with Nanami Higuchi handling series composition, Nao Ootsu designing the characters, and Satoru Kōsaki composing the series' music.

The series is based on the Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Paru Itagaki. It has been serialized in Weekly Shōnen Champion since September 2016, with its chapters collected in 20 tankōbon volumes as of August 2020. The manga has won multiple awards, including being the first Akita Shoten title to take home the Manga Taishō Award.

The story takes place in a world of modern, civilized, anthropomorphic animals with a cultural divide between carnivores and herbivores. The series takes its name from the in-universe rank of Beastar, an individual of great talent, service, and notoriety.


Source: Animation Studio ORANGE Official Twitter

Visit Store

Popular Posts


Privacy Policy

About Us

© 2022 by AniradioPlus Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Twitter
  • YouTube