It is a Japanese youth-based romantic comedy anime series based on the same title manga series that was composed by Aka Akasaka and has been directed by Shinichi Omata alongside the production assistance of Tatsuya Ishikawa, Naoto Nakajima Taku Funakoshi in addition to Toshihiro Maeda. The scriptwriting for the anime has been completed by Yasuhiro Nakanishi. They love humor anime show was aired from January 12, 2019, to its next season which aired on April 11, 2020

Kaguya Sama Love is War Season 3: Expected Release Date

The last episode of is that the next season was aired on June 27, 2020. The series consist total of 24 episodes, 12 in each of this season, and after its conclusion, the most important question was will it be aired for the third season. And after waiting for a few months the series productions had revealed a green light for the third season renewal however, the launch date has not yet declared

After keeping in mind the current epidemic of coronavirus, and the current release of season second final episode. It’s assumable that another season will require some time as the majority of the productions of movies and series are halted on account of the present scenario. Nonetheless, it is certain that the next season will also be based on Aka Akasaka’s works.

According to some sources, the third season of this lovely anime show will probably be released later in 2021 or the middle of 2022, As so far it will be made by A-1 Pictures.

Kaguya Sama Love is War: Plot

The story revolves around two faculty-student Kaguya Shinomiya and Miyuki Shirogane where among the student council president and the other one is the president of their faculty. Kaguya hails from a wealthy family, ad the other hails from a normal one. They hold feelings for each other but did not acknowledge them because of their egoistic nature and have thought of whoever admits that the love will lose.

Kaguya Sama Love is War: Cast

  • Kanna Hashimoto in the voice of Kaguya Shinomiya
  • Sho Hirano in the voice of Miyuki Shirogane
  • Hayato Sano in the voice of Yū Ishigami
  • Nana Asakawa in the voice of Chika Fujiwara
  • Mayu Hotta in the voice of Ai Hayasaka
  • Natsumi Ikema in the voice of Nagisa Kashiwagi
  • Yūtarō in the voice of Tsubasa
  • Masahiro Takashima in the voice of Miyuki’s father
  • Jiro Sato in the voice of Shōzō Tanuma
  • Amu Fukao in the voice of Kei Shirogane