Ranking Of Kings centers on the exploits of a young prince named Bojji, who was deaf and small at birth, and his buddy Kage, who survived an assassin clan that was wiped out and can understand what Bojji is saying despite his incapacity to talk. Produced by Wit Studio, the anime television series adaptation ran on Fuji TV’s Noitamina programming block from October 2021 to March 2022.
With the first two seasons already on the air, will Ranking Of Kings season 3 return? Here’s everything you need to know!
Ranking Of Kings Season 3 Release date
At this time of writing, Ranking Of Kings season 3 hasn’t been officially renewed—thus, there’s no release date available for now.
Twenty-three episodes made up the first season of Ranking of Kings, which covered the first eight volumes of the manga. Ten episodes (19 segments) of the spin-off series Ranking of Kings: The Treasure Chest of Courage told short stories about the characters’ pasts.
The manga is 16 volumes strong as of November 2023; the most recent volume was published on June 30, 2023. This indicates that there would be sufficient material for a third anime season, which might adapt manga volumes 9 through 16.
But as of yet, there hasn’t been a formal declaration or affirmation regarding Ranking of Kings Season 3. Fans will have to wait for further details from the manga author or the anime staff; do watch out for updates!
Ranking Of Kings Season Three Cast: Who all could return?
Should the show make a comeback for a second season, we anticipate seeing all of the friends Bojji made on his first adventure. In light of this, the following are the voice performers for all of the main characters in Ranking of Kings in both Japanese and English:
- Prince Bojji – Emily Fajardo (English) / Minami Hinata (Japanese)
- Rina Satō (Japanese) / Luci Christian (English) as Kage, Ayumu Murase (Japanese) / SungWon Cho (English)
- Daida – Justin Briner (English) / Yûki Kaji (Japanese)
- Miranjo / Brianna Roberts (English) / Maaya Sakamoto (Japanese)
- Domas – A. J. Locascio (English) / Takuya Eguchi (Japanese)
- Dorshe-Brent Mukai (English) / Hinata Tadokoro (Japanese)
- Apeas – English / Japanese / Hiroki Yasumoto / Luis Bermudez
- Bebin – Christopher Wehkamp (English) / Yōji Ueda (Japanese)
- King Desha – Yoshimitsu Shimoyama (Japanese) / Gabe Kunda (English) • Despa – Takahiro Sakurai (Japanese) / Christopher R. Sabat (English)
- King Bosse – Cris George (English) / Kenta Miyake (Japanese)
Ranking Of Kings Season 3 Plot
Most of the main plot strands in Ranking of Kings season one were concluded at the end.
The first season returned control of King Daida’s body. Bojji and the Big Four defeated Ouken and Miranjo. And at last, King Bosse passed away—for good this time—and did so with an unexpectedly gentle transition. Oh, and Daida proposed to Miranjo, in case you missed it.
A number of important storylines were also advanced in Ranking of Kings: Treasure Chest of Courage. In other words, it continued the tale of Ouken and Desha, with the former restored to his typical princely condition (along with a great ‘tache).
After King Desha broke into the King’s vault and took possession of a treasure that allowed his brother’s curse to be broken, we saw some pretty significant developments during the last episode of Treasure Chest of Courage.
Regretfully, it appears that this has caused Desha to vanish and resurface without any memory of who he is. By presenting one of the frightening gods that Ouken barely manages to defeat in season one, the episode also dramatically increases the Ranking of Kings.
We also got a closer look at the mysterious individuals who appear to be controlling things behind the scenes as well as the “ranking” system. All of this and more points to the possibility that a whole new cast of characters will be introduced to us in the Ranking of Kings movie and possible season two.
Ranking Of Kings Season Three: Where to Watch?
Depending on where you live, you can stream Ranking of Kings on a number of different platforms. You can watch Ranking of Kings on Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Hulu in North America. Ranking of Kings is available to stream on Wakanim and Anime on Demand in Europe. You can watch Ranking of Kings on AnimeLab in Australia or New Zealand. You may watch Ranking of Kings on Muse Asia and iQIYI in Southeast and South Asia.
Will Ranking Of Kings season 4 happen?
No updates as of yet!