The Seven Deadly Sins Season 3 New PV Released
Photo Credit: Studio Deen

The Seven Deadly Sins Season 3 or with the new season name Wrath of The Gods released a new trailer for the series. 2019 has just been stuffed with a huge amount of real anime returns fans have been clamoring for, and the Fall season is equipping to be much greater in such manner. One of the more baffling returns standing out has been the third period of The Seven Deadly Sins. While Wrath of the Gods appeared to continue at a relentless pace for its October debut in Japan.

The Seven Deadly Sins anime‘s season 3 will reach the story’s climax.

UVERworld will perform the opening theme and Sora Amamiya will perform the ending theme song of The Seven Deadly Sins Season 3 anime.

  • Yuuki Kaji as Meliodas
  • Sora Amamiya as Elizabeth
  • Misaki Kuno as Hawk
  • Aoi Yūki as Diane
  • Tatsuhisa Suzuki as Ban
  • Jun Fukuyama as King
  • Yuuhei Takagi as Gowther
  • Maaya Sakamoto as Merlin
  • Tomokazu Sugita as Escanor

STAFF Committee of the anime are as shown below:

Director: Susumu Nishizawa
Series Composition: Rintarou Ikeda
Animation Character Setting: Rie Nishino
Music: Hiroyuki Sawano, Kohta Yamamoto, Takafumi Wada
Production: Studio Deen

The Seven Deadly Sins is a Japanese fantasy manga arrangement composed and represented by Nakaba Suzuki. It has been serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine since October 2012, with the parts gathered into thirty-six tankōbon volumes as of March 31, 2019. The manga highlights a setting like the European Middle Ages, with its main gathering of knights speaking to the seven deadly sins.

The manga has been authorized by Kodansha USA for English distribution in North America, while the parts are discharged carefully by Crunchyroll in more than 170 nations as they are distributed in Japan. Starting in 2018, The Seven Deadly Sins has more than 28 million duplicates available for use.

Netflix obtained the select English streaming rights for the anime arrangement while Funimation presently has the home video rights.


(c) Nakaba Suzuki, Kodansha / “The Seven Deadly Sins” Production Committee