It’s official. Netflix has arranged Castlevania season 4 into the delight of millions of fans throughout the planet.
Series founder Warren Ellis supported the information via Instagram, thanking fans for their undying support and for its reception that season three has obtained. Although Ellis didn’t specifically mention a specific figure — Netflix is particularly secretive about its data — he stated that the amounts were so persuasive that the success had been labeled as rare.
“What I can say is that season 3’s popularity was an order of magnitude over that of season 2, and year 2 was popular enough to get us season 3. It turns out season 3 did, indeed, shockingly well. Shows tend to show a tiny attrition in the third season, and it had been, quote,’ odd’ to see the crowd rise with a multiple factor,” Ellis wrote.
The show creator went on to say that they’re not expecting any delays caused by the outbreak, which is very good for the release date of Castlevania Season 4.
There is a 15-month gap between the first and second season plus also a 16-month gap between the third and second. Going by this routine, fans can expect Castlevania year 4 to arrive at mid-2021, possibly in June or July. Barring any more unforeseen conditions, naturally.
In terms of the plotline, the authors have a great deal of room to work with, given how season 3 ended.
Where the story is heading?
To start is Hector (Theo James), who has now become Lenore’s (Jessica Findlay) furry friend. The Forgemaster will be used by the vampire sisters to create an army of night animals to expand their land. Since Hector has become bound to Lenore, also Lenore has shared that bond together with her sisters, any night creatures created by Hector will occur after the control of the quartet.
Isaac (Adetokumboh M’Cormack), on the other hand, is slowly turning with an antagonist into a character with a salvation arc. He no longer sees all of the people as bad after undergoing the kindness against the merchant and the captain.
Meanwhile, it is unclear what sort of path Sypha (Alejandra Reynoso) and Trevor (Richard Armitage) will take in season three, given that they’ve successfully prevented the return of Dracula (Graham McTavish). The identical uncertainty can be said to Alucard (James Callis), though there have been signs that the writers might have him move right down a darker path — possibly as an antagonist.
However, that will irk the fan base as he is one of their favorite characters in the series. Regardless of what route the authors choose, fans are just happy that Castlevania was renewed. Stay tuned for more Castlevania Season 4 updates.