Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgement Arrives On Netflix in June 2021

Seven Deadly Sins continues to reign on Netflix anime anytime and this time it is with Seven Deadly Sins Dragon’s Judgement. It is the most-watched anime across the globe amongst any age bracket. It enjoys a rating of 8.0/10 on IMDB. It has good reason for the rating as it provides us with magnificent battles, heart-wrenching love stories, and characters we aspire to be.

The anime has become a staple for Netflix after 4 satisfying and mind-blowing seasons and one movie. However, with four seasons the thirst of fans is still not quenched. They are desperate for more and for good reason as the show is everything an anime fan wants to satisfy. Seven Deadly Sins is coming back with another season on Netflix that will be known as Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgement.

Seven Deadly Sins: Dragons Judgement is a sequel to Imperial Wrath of Gods released way back in 2019. The fourth installment of the anime “Signs of Holy War” was added as its second season recently. Catch hold all the details pertaining to Seven Deadly Sins Dragon’s Judgement below!

Seven Deadly Sins Dragon’s Judgement release date on Netflix

It should not come as a surprise that Netflix has confirmed that Seven Deadly Sins will have another season known as Dragon’s Judgement as to its fifth installment.

Seven Deadly Sins Dragon’s Judgement premiered in Japan in January 2021. It was scheduled to drop in October 2020 but got delayed due to Covid-19. In Japan, the second cour of the anime Seven Deadly Sins Dragon’s Judgement continues to air starting from April 2021. The last Seven Deadly Sins Dragon’s Judgement episode is slated to air on 23rd June before Netflix starts streaming.

For the rest of the world, Netflix has confirmed that Seven Deadly Sins Season 5 release will happen on June 28 and will be the season’s finale.

We also know that Seven Deadly Sins manga is going strong and we will have plenty of more entertaining Seven Deadly Sins Dragons Judgement episodes to look forward to.

Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgement Trailer

Enjoy Seven Deadly Sins Dragon’s Judgement trailer, supposedly the final season.

The Seven Deadly Sins Season 5 Cast

The director duo Susumu Nishizawa and Rintarou Ikeda and the original cast from Imperial Wrath of Gods are making a come back for the composition of this season. Going by IMDb, the cast includes Bryce Papenbrook, Erika Harlacher, Max Mittelman, Cristina Valenzuela, Erica Mendez, Ben Diskin, Erik Scott Kimerer, Yûki Kaji, Rintarou Nishi, Misaki Kuno, Sora Amamiya, Tatsuhisa Suzuki, Jun Fukuyama, Robbie Daymond, Kaiji Tang, Aoi Yûki, and Kyle Hebert.

You must be curious to know about its opening and ending theme songs. Well, the opening theme is “Hikari Are” by Akihito Okano and its ending theme is “Time” by Hiroyuki Sawano and ReoNa. In the second cour starting from episode 13, the opening and ending themes are “Eien no Aria” by Sora Amamiya and “NAMELY” by UVERworld respectively.

Seven Deadly Sins Dragon’s Judgement Synopsis

The Synopsis of Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgement according to MyAnimeList says:

“After the Kingdom of Liones faces a new threat, the Seven Deadly Sins split up in order to defeat an enemy force spanning Britannia. With their members divided, they face 3 powerful foes, attempt to rescue the lost part of a dear friend, and begin their rescue of Elizabeth.However, all is not quite as it seems. Along the way, the truth of what brought the end of the Holy War 3000 years ago is uncovered, causing old friends to come face to face against each other.

Season Four’s ending left us on a standstill as our favorite character Meliodas began to transform into the Dragon King. He was trying to break the curse placed on his love, Goddess Elizabeth. It left us wondering if we will see our Meliodas we know and love again in his Joyous self. The question of whether he and Elizabeth will be finally reunited in Season 5 needs to be waited for.

Netflix recently released a video where it confirmed that Seven Deadly Sins Dragon’s Judgement along with other anime like Pretty Guardians Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie: Part 1 / Part 2, Godzilla Singular Point, Trese, and Record of Ragnarok are going to be released.

Netflix’s release schedule for June talks about Pretty Guardians Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie: Part 1 / Part 2 coming on June 3. Godzilla Singular Point will debut on June 24 whereas the Record of Ragnarok has been marked “coming soon.”

To catch up and refresh the storyline of Seven Deadly Sins before its June 28 release, binge-watch all four seasons of the anime as well as the film Seven Deadly Sins: Prisoners of the Sky on Netflix. FlickerBuzz would like to hear from you what you are looking forward to in Seven Deadly Sins Season 5.

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