Knights of Sidonia is an Anime series based on Science fiction and graphics. The theme of the series is in a futuristic sense and works up the imagination in many ways. The story revolves around Nagate Tanikaze, a young self-taught Pilot willing to save Sidonia from being destructed by the Gauna aliens. The previous series was aired in 2014 and 2015 respectively Knights of Sidonia Season 3 is said to be coming in 2021.
The Plot of Knights of Sidonia Season 3
Years after the destruction of Earth, the Guana Aliens build spacecrafts with its ruins and started to rule the region of Sidonia. Garde pilot Nagate Tanikaze who lived as an – dweller learns defensive methods by himself to protect Sidonia from the threats of the Guana aliens.
Izana and Tsumugi are the introductions of two female characters in the second season and the love triangle between the three of them as well as the destruction of the spaceships made the series very interesting.
The cast of the series played a remarkable role in voicing the Anime characters. With a rating of 7.8/10 on IMDb, the show has done a good job indeed.
- Nagate Tanikaze – Johnny Yong Bosch
- Shizuka Hoshijiro – Stephanie Sheh / Tsumugi Shiraui
- Izana Shinatose – Melissa Fahn
Updates on Season 3
Knights of Sidonia Season 3 will update the viewers more on the relationship of Tanikaze with Izana and Tsumugi and how Tanikaze will get back with his spaceship to fight against the Guana aliens and protect the land of Sidonia.
The Release Date Knights of Sidonia Season 3
The last series dropped 5 years ago hence it’s safe to say that there will be a new season. according to the recent sources Netflix has not announced any updates as of yet but there can be a possibility for a new series in 2021, with a huge fan following like this we can surely expect the best!
Knights of Sidonia Season 3 Trailer is here!
Do watch the series on Netflix if you haven’t!
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