The third season of Tokyo Revengers has seen some wild developments so far and fans are excited to see where the story continues from here. While reading the manga is always an option, many would prefer to wait and see how it is implemented in the anime. So when will the next episode come out and when can we expect the dubbing? We’ll answer that question shortly, but first…
A short summary
Despite his best efforts, Takemichi failed to prevent the terrible future that befell him and his loved ones in episode three. In the past he tries to confirm that Naoto is alive, he finds him, but shaking his hand no longer sends him forward in time, meaning Naoto is dead in the future. Discouraged by this, Takemichi considers giving up, but a conversation with Hina, who hears him talking about time travel, convinces him to keep trying.
Despite this, Takemichi still doesn’t know how to change the future. He has even begun to suspect his archenemy Kisaki of having time travel powers just like him. Episode three ends with Takemichi, along with Inupi and Koko, being kidnapped by Mucho, with no explanation given, although hopefully the upcoming episode will reveal everything.
When will episode 4 be released?
Luckily, we won’t have to wait too long as episode 4 is scheduled to release in the series’ usual Tuesday release window. It will premiere in Japan on October 24th at 3:00 a.m. JST on Japanese TV channels. Although it won’t be available immediately to those outside of Japan, the rest of the world only has to wait a few more hours.
It will be available to stream in the US at 12pm Central Time (i.e. 6pm BST and 3.30am ACST). The latest episode will, of course, be available on the same platform that streamed the last season and a half: Disney Plus.
What about synchronization?
There’s no word yet on when we’ll get the English dub for the third season, presumably the fourth episode dub will disappear along with the rest. We know that we can expect the sync at some point in the future as it has already been announced. We just don’t have an appointment yet. Additionally, the English cast from last season are expected to reprise their roles.
For the second season, the dubbing took about two months to release. Disney was responsible for dubbing the second season as well as this season, so it stands to reason that it will take about the same amount of time. This means we could potentially see the dub as early as January or maybe even December. At least that’s what fans are speculating and when have fans ever been wrong?