We discuss whether there will be a Season 3 of Record of Ragnarok on Netflix. It may contain minor plot references.
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Record of Ragnarok is an anime series on Netflix based on the manga from Shinya Umemura, Takumi Fukui, and Ajichika, pits the most legendary humans who’ve ever lived against champions of the Gods’ Council, in a constantly evolving version of Ragnarok. It’s a tournament between Gods and humans, which results in brutal action.
Season two hasn’t fully come out yet, with Netflix yet to release the final five episodes to the service. But audiences are already asking if the show has been renewed for a second season and are worried that the show has been cancelled.
Will there be a Record of Ragnarok Season 3?
A third season of Record of Ragnarok hasn’t been confirmed yet, and Netflix is yet to even give a release date for the second part of the second season, so it has a lot to think about before greenlighting another season.
Several factors go into deciding whether a show will get renewed on the service. Viewing statistics, of course, play a huge role, and thanks to Netflix’s expanded relationship with Nielson, the company that provides some viewing numbers, people will be able to see what shows are doing well and have an insight into Netflix’s decision-making.
Other factors include how many people watch a show when it first comes out, and how big the drop-off is per episode, and so on. This process varies in how much time it takes from show to show. In Record of Ragnarok’s case, it might take a couple of months, as it took a couple of months after season one was released for Netflix to announce a season two.
Netflix also factors in audience and critic reactions. Season two, part one, has been met with a lukewarm reaction by Ready Steady Cut, though a more positive reaction from Game Rant.
How the second part of season two performs will also shape Netflix’s view of whether a third will be announced. If season three is revealed, Netflix would probably adapt more of the manga from Shinya Umemura Takumi Fukui and Ajichika’s work.
As for the cast, it’s likely that the following people would reprise their roles:
- Bill Butts as Odin
- Kellen Goff as Heimdall
- Jalen K. Cassell as Thor
- Ryan Colt Levy as Loki
- Kaiji Tang as Lu Bu
- Chris Edgerly as Zeus
- Laura Post as Brunhilde
- Artemis Snow as Reginleif
- Ben Diskin as Shiva
- Ben Pronsky as Muninn
- Bumper Robinson as Poseidon
- Cory Yee as Hermes
- Anairis Quiñones as Göll
- Kayleigh McKee as Randgrid
- Jonah Scott as Adam
- Michael Chapman as Huginn
- Keone Young as Kojiro Sasaki
- Mela Lee as Hrist
- Tim Friedlander as Ares
- Reba Buhr as Aphrodite
Is Record of Ragnarok Cancelled?
Record of Ragnarok thankfully has the second part of its second season to come out yet, so fans have much to look forward to yet. Netflix hasn’t confirmed whether it will cancel or renew the series, and as discussed above, that might take some time. At the time of writing, the show hasn’t been cancelled.
You can watch Record of Ragnarok with a subscription to Netflix.
2 thoughts on “Will there be a Record of Ragnarok Season 3?”
Who even watches record of ragnarok without japanese original audio?
I waited 4 year for the next season and all we got was 10 episodes.
That is beyond disappointing.