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Netflix Castlevania’s Final Season Comes Out In May

Good news first: Castlevania Season 4 will arrive on May 13. That’s straight from Netflix, so you know it’s legit. The bad news is that Season 4 will be Castlevania’s last season, so after you go through all ten episodes, that’s it.

Originally launched in 2017 as one of Netflix’s key offerings of original content, Castlevania quickly became one of the most popular shows on the platform. Its short first season told the tragic tale of Dracula and set the stage for Simon Belmont to whip his way through Castlevania’s dark and demon-infested world.

Last we left off in Season 3, the evil vampire Carmilla was planning to invade the human lands with the help of her three sisters, while Isaac was busily exterminating all of humanity with his growing army of demons. How these two stories will wrap up in Season 4 is anyone’s guess.

We do have a single ray of hope for more Castlevania. According to Deadline, Netflix is exploring a spinoff show set in the same universe but with new characters. However, Castlevania showrunner and writer Warren Ellis won’t be involved in this spinoff due to allegations of sexual misconduct last summer.

In the meantime, fans are still waiting to see if Konami plans to license off the Castlevania IP so that someone else can create a new game. Fingers crossed on that one.

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