Season 5 premiered on Netflix on the 28th of June 2021. It seems that it ended in an unusual place. Many fans now wonder if there will still be season 6.
Netflix did not release all the episodes of Season 5, but it did drop the 5th Season. Season 5, just like previous seasons, has 24 episodes.
Half of the Season’s episodes are still to be released. This episode, titled “We’ll All Be Your Strength”, is the last. Episode 24 of Season 5 is Episode 24, and is titled “Heirs”.Please be aware: This article might contain spoilers
What happens to the remaining episodes?
The Seven Deadly Sins season 6 release date
The official release date of season 6 is not yet known. But, once it has, we’ll let you know.
In 2022, we would see Seven Deadly Sins season 6.
You can still watch all seasons of The Seven Deadly Sins while you wait for the good news!
How To Watch All 5 Seasons
Netflix offers all 5 Seasons as well as the movie “Prisoners of the Sky” (2018). The Seasons are named as follows:
- Season 1: The Seven Deadly Sins.
- Season 2: Signs of Holy War
- Season 3: Revival of the Commandments
- Season 4: Imperial Wrath of the Gods
- Season 5: Dragon’s Judgement.
We can expect ‘Cursed by Light’ to be released in Japan. International audiences can look forward to it being released a few more months later.
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Series Like The Seven Deadly Sins You Might Enjoy
If fans feel lost and longing for more, they are not alone. You don’t have to be discouraged! You don’t have to worry!
- The Seven Deadly Sins – Prisoners of Sky (2018) – If this film has been missed, you can still catch up with Meliodas (and the sins) as they journey to the Sky Temple.
- My Hero Academia (2016) – Present – A boy who has no powers enrolls at a superhero academy to become a hero.
- Sword Art Online (2012): VR game players get trapped within the game. If they die, they will die in real life.
- Akame ga kill! (2014) – A boy who wants to join the army joins instead a group of assassins.