Ajin: Demi-Human was a manga that received a lot of praise for its concept and plot. It was nominated for various awards. The television series first aired on January 16, 2016. Hiroyuki Seshita (Chief) and Hiroaki Andō directed the series. Hiroshi Seko is the writer of this Ajin television series. Since the release of the second season, fans have been asking for Ajin season 3. The season 3 productions were delayed due to pandemic restrictions. However, we can expect it to air by the end of 2021. The last season aired on October 8, 2016, and it has been a long gap since then. Anime series usually take up to five years to renew so we can still expect.
What to expect from Ajin season 3?
The complication with Ajin season 3 is the plot. The first season followed the manga while the second season drifted away from it and so the team has to decide on ways continue the series. The series is set in a fantasy world where lives an immortal group called Ajins, they are soldiers but at the same time not in good terms with humans. The government pose as their wellwishers. However, that’s just a mask to capture them and use their strength and abilities for selfish and illegal reasons. The protagonist of the show Kei Nagai used to lead a normal student life. He wanted to be a doctor but an accident led him to realise that he was part of the Ajins. Further, everyone came to know about his abilities and he had to struggle to escape from them.
Season 3 might bring in more action between the US government against the Ajins. This, however, is no fixed. Many speculations are there regarding Ajin season 3 but at the end of it all, it’s up to the team to decide.
Other updates on Ajin
The show has not received a green light for Ajin season 3 but we can expect it to air by 2021. The huge viewership and fanbase will not lead to the show getting cancelled. However, a delay can be expected as anime takes a lot of time and effort. Along with this, the production can be at stake looking at the novel pandemic situations.
The characters of the series are Johnny Yong as Kei Nagai, Bryce Papenbrook as Kaito, Griffin Burn as Ko Nakano, Pete Sepenuk as Satou, Keith Silverstein as Koji Tanaka and Todd Haberkorn as Yu Tosaki.