“To Your Eternity” has captivated anime enthusiasts with its emotional storytelling, unique premise, and beautifully animated world. As fans eagerly await news about the release of Season 3, the anticipation is palpable.
To Your Eternity is a popular anime, with the second season showing throughout the Fall 2022 and Winter 2023 periods. The season ended at 7 p.m. JST on Sunday, March 12, bringing the Renril arc and Act 1 of the manga to a close.
To Your Eternity, or Fumetsu no Anata e, is based on the manga of the same name by Yoshitoki Oima, who previously wrote A Silent Voice (Koe no Katachi). It has been serialized in Kodansha Publications’ Weekly Shonen Magazine since November 2016, and as of March 2023, it has 164 chapters (138 full-length and 26 supplementary issues).
In this article, we’ll explore what we know so far about the upcoming season and what viewers can expect from the continuation of this extraordinary tale.
When will To Your Eternity Season 3 Be Released?
To Your Eternity season 3 was announced on March 12, 2023, as soon as the final episode of the second season finished broadcasting. The announcement was made via the anime’s official Twitter account, and only a few facts about the production have been released.
On Sunday, March 12, at 7.25 p.m. JST, the anime’s official Twitter account revealed that season 3 of To Your Eternity had been greenlit and would cover the This World arc of the namesake manga.
If the previous release schedules for this anime are followed, the third season will be broadcast in late 2024.
To Your Eternity Season 3 Expected Cast
There is currently no cast information for To Your Eternity Season 3. We believe, however, that the principal performers will return to reprise their voice-over roles.
Reiji Kawashima and Jacob Hopkins voiced the character Fushi in previous seasons of To Your Eternity; Rie Hikisaka and Sarah Anne Williams voiced the character March; Aya Uchida and Valeria Rodriguez voiced the character Parona; Rikako Aikawa and Dorothy Elias-Fahn voiced the character Pioran; and Mitsuki Saiga and Kirsuki Buckland voiced the character Hayase.
To Your Eternity Season 3 Expected Plot
As previously stated, the upcoming season of ‘To Your Eternity’ will center on the Modern City arc of Yoshitoki Ouima’s Japanese manga series. Fushi will sleep for 600 years after putting his own life on the line to defend Renril City from the Nokker onslaught.
Meanwhile, human culture will evolve and eventually become technologically advanced. Fushi will feel no desire to fight because the new world offers peace, so he deliberately gives up his connection to the roots, expecting to never use it as a weapon again.
Fushi will also resurrect Gugu, March, Bon, and Tonari to live a more meaningful life. He is, however, utterly unaware that the Nokkers have now evolved a parasitic connection with humans. To make matters worse, a 12-year-old boy called Satoru meets Fushi and completely changes his life.
Between the first and second seasons of the anime, the studio changed. Brain’s Base Studio animated the first season, while Studio Drive took over for the second.
The official release does not specify if Drive will continue to produce To Your Eternity season 3 animation or if another studio will step in.
To Your Eternity Season 3 Trailer
It will be some time before an official trailer for To Your Eternity Season 3 is released. With no official announcement or release date for the sequel, it’s impossible to say when the official trailer will be released. It may take years, but we are confident that the wait will be worthwhile.
In the meantime, you can watch the trailer for season 2 below:
“To Your Eternity” Season 3 holds the promise of further immersing fans in the rich and emotional world crafted by Yoshitoki Ōima. While the release date remains unknown for now, the loyal fan base eagerly awaits news of when they can join Fushi on the next leg of his immortal journey.
Stay tuned for official announcements from the anime’s production team, and prepare for another season of heartwarming, thought-provoking, and beautifully animated storytelling in “To Your Eternity.”