Are you ready to rock? Netflix has announced that the popular anime Aggretsuko returns for its fourth season in December. The announcement came during TUDUM: Anime Spotlight, the pre-show that aired online before the streamer’s first ever fan event.
For those who need to get caught, Aggretsuko centers around a 25-year-old red panda named Retsuko. She hates her job and feels easily stressed. The only time she really feels at peace is at karaoke, where she becomes a death metal superstar. Aggretsuko contains a lovable cast and a story that reflects millennial struggles, especially in the workforce. No wonder the show has resonated with many viewers.
This announcement was not the only significant anime announcement made at the TUDUM awards show. The streamer premiered on the trailer too Mark Millar‘s long awaited debut in anime, Super villains. The trailer for Driving home, an original film about a Japanese apartment complex whipped at sea, was also released before the premiere in 2022.
Some fans may be wondering why another season of the show is coming, especially since season three tried to tie all the loose ends of the series. Last season stopped with Retsuko recovering from an attack and dealing with his colleague Haida’s flirtation.
But maybe the team at Fanworks will leave viewers surprised. Although the details of the events of the upcoming fourth season are still scarce, a mysterious new character with glasses seems to be an essential part of the new story. How this new animal will interact with Retsuko remains to be seen.
See the new poster for the season below. Aggretsuko is directed by Japanese animator Rare, with a titular character attributed to an unknown artist by name Yeti. The show returns with its fourth season sometime in December, though a specific date has not been revealed. All three previous seasons can be streamed on Netflix.
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