Nisekoi Season 3 Officially Announced, Release Date, Plot & Trailer

Nisekoi Season 3: False Love is a Japanese manga series. It was written and illustrated by Naoshi Komi. The anime series Nisekoi includes romance and comedy. The series Nisekoi has received very positive feedback from critics.

Nisekoi has been a huge hit with audiences, earning 7.2 out of 10 stars on IMDb and a 7.58 Audience Score rating on MAL. Critics have praised the show for its amazing concept and balanced plot. The animation style is praised for being both stylish and unique, with the characters being well-developed and the soundtrack being pleasant and fitting. 

Nisekoi Season 3: When Will It Premiere?

The manga has a total of 25 Volumes, which contains 229 Chapters, and with that, the creators now have sufficient source material for another installment. 

The official release date of Nisekoi Season 3 is not been officially confirmed yet. We expect that it will soon be announced. It seems that the third season of Nisekoi will be released in end-2023 or early-2024.

Nisekoi Season 3: Is The Cast Scheduled?

Nisekoi Season 3 Characters

This show features some well-known and talented actors, including:

  • Koki Uchiyama voiced by Raku Ichijou
  • Nao Toyama voiced by Chitoge
  • Kana Hanazawa voiced by Kosaki Onodera
  • Yumi Uchiyama voiced by Ruri Miyamoto
  • Mikako Komatsu voiced by Seishirou Tsugumi
  • Toshinari Fukamachi voiced by Henchman
  • Kengo Mizoguchi voiced by Schoolboy



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Is there any Trailer Yet?

There is no trailer for Nisekoi Season 3 to watch because there is no third season announced yet. On the other hand, here’s a trailer for the Nisekoi Season 2, which you should watch if you haven’t yet.

Where to Watch Nisekoi?

Nisekoi is licensed by Aniplex of America for streaming and home video distribution in North America. You can enjoy watching the first and second seasons of Nisekoi which is available with all of its episodes in English Dub as well in its subversion on Hulu, Crunchyroll, Daisuki, or Netflix and Daisuki provides the simulcast of the series for Western audiences.

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