On October 11, 2012, Diabolik Lovers, a Japanese mystery horror anime TV series based on an interactive gaming franchise, debuted on the PlayStation Portable.
Diabolik Lovers was adapted into a manga series after the first game’s release, followed by an anime television series a year later.
As a result, Diabolik Lovers Season 1 premiered on September 16, 2013, to critical and fan acclaim. The show was unexpectedly renewed for a second season, which premiered on September 24, 2015, and was unexpectedly renewed for a third season.
Since then, fans of the game and the show have been waiting to learn if a third season will be released. Here’s what we currently know about Season 3’s chances.
Diabolik Lovers Season 3 Release Date
Because this is a spin-off of the gaming series, the producers are unconcerned about ratings and statistics. There will be more television adaptations until other games are released. As a result, we have reason to be optimistic about Diabolik Lovers’ third season.
We can’t say when the third season will air; we’ll have to wait for official confirmation. In 2022, the third season is expected to premiere.
Diabolik Lovers Season 3 Cast
- Ruki Mukami is a well-known actress in Japan.
- Sakamaki Kanato
- Sakamaki, Reiji
- Mukami Kou
- Sakamaki, Laito
- Yui Komori is a Japanese actor.
- Sakamaki Shuu
- Mukami Azusa
- Sakamaki, Ayato
- Sakamaki Subaru
- Yuumi Mukami is a Japanese actress.
Diabolik Lovers Season 3 Trailer
A trailer for Season 3 of Diabolik Lovers has yet to be released. We’ll update this post once we get a trailer.
Diabolik Lovers Season 3 Plot
Diabolik Lovers is about six cruel brothers and a girl who is forced to live with them.
The main character of the show is Yui Komori, a high school student. Despite her sunny and upbeat demeanour, Yui becomes increasingly concerned as she begins to see ghosts and experience poltergeist activity.
Yui switches to a night school in her second year of high school due to her father’s profession, where vampires are said to live among the students.
She moves into a secluded mansion with six brothers – the Sakamaki brothers – at her father’s request. Unbeknownst to her, the six brothers — Shuu, Laito, and Subaru — are vampires. The Sakamaki brothers are perplexed when Yui arrives at the estate and asks why she wants to live with them.
The brothers quickly use Yui as a “sacrificial wife” and for other sexual pleasures. Yui, on the other hand, is perplexed as to why her father would send her there, and she has a nagging suspicion about the mansion and the brothers, especially when she begins to experience strange chest pains.
Yui, on the other hand, is unable to flee and is abducted by the brothers, where she begins her horrifying new life.
Yui is immersed in a strange blend of lunacy, anguish, and joy as the Sakamaki brothers swear to claim her. Each brother becomes crueller than the last, and as her life progresses, Yui is immersed in a strange blend of lunacy, anguish, and joy.
As she adjusts to her new life, more strange occurrences occur. She begins to have strange dreams that she is unable to interpret. However, she receives a revelation about the nature of her dreams after being involved in a car accident.
Before she can comprehend what is going on, she is confronted by four vampire brothers known as the Mukami brothers.
When Ruki, Azusa, Kou, and Yuuma come across Yui, they kidnap her. Yui discovers the Mukami brothers are after her blood, believing she is the “Eve” whose blood will lead them to the “Adam” among them, inside the Mukami estate.
The Mukami brothers are hell-bent on using Yui to carry out their nefarious plans to take over the world, but not everything is as it seems.
With Yui missing, we learn that the Sakamaki brothers are on the lookout for the Mukami brothers and will go to any length to reclaim her for their evil schemes.