Netflix's Castlevania Series Renewed for Season 3

Netflix's Castlevania Series Renewed for Season 3

Season 2 hasn't even aired yet, and more Castlevania is on the way for Netflix subscribers.

Netflix's Castlevania series was a smash hit success upon releasing last year. It was so successful, that's it been given a second and third season, before the second season of the show has even aired.

Castlevania debuted on Netflix last year in four small installments, lasting around ninety minutes in total. Netflix very quickly renewed the series for a second season, which is rumored to be arriving on the streaming service later this summer.

Trevor Belmont, Armitage's character in Castlevania.

But Richard Armitage (The Hobbit) who voiced protagonist Trevor Belmont in the series, has stated that they're "about to record a third" season. Speaking to Digital Spy, Armitage reiterated that "The second season hasn't been aired yet, but we're about to do a third."

Armitage also dropped some hints as to how season 2 of Castlevania could unfold, revealing that "The son of Dracula, and my character get much more collaborative. I think that's one of the most exciting things, they start to really work together."

As of right now, we don't yet know when season 2 of Castlevania will be launching on Netflix, but we do know that it'll run for eight episodes in total when it hits.

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