'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 Latest News: Has The Show Been Cancelled? Movie As Replacement?

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"Tokyo Ghoul" season 3's release is having problems since a lot of time has passed without clear information about its air date. Now, reports of its cancellation are coming in. Reports suggest that the third season might be replaced by a "Tokyo Ghoul" movie.

This news brings crushing disappointment to many fans across the globe, who were waiting eagerly since "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3 was announced. According to Yibada, the "Tokyo Ghoul" internet community on Reddit has been quite pessimistic about the actual release of the anime's third season.

Reddit users are tuning in to express their disappointment with the supposed cancellation of "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3, and one such user has taken to the portal to express her qualms regarding the release, stating that if it is going to be released, then an announcement would be following shortly.

The user has also stated that along with ongoing problems with the studio, "Tokyo Ghoul" anime was deviating from the story line set by "Tokyo Ghoul" manga writer Sui Ishida.Quite true to the Reddit users, Studio Pierrot has been quiet about the supposed "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3, and this is creating rumors of its cancellation.

As the news of "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3 cancellation is circulating, some of the fans have taken to believe that the third season is being replaced by a "Tokyo Ghoul" movie. If this is true, then a movie would be welcomed by fans, if the third season is indeed canceled.

There are also rumors suggesting that "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3 is indeed happening, as the internet community thinks that Studio Pierrot will not back out on their word. Moreover, it is believed that the third season would cast some light on Kaneki and his relationships, one such being with Touka Kirishima, who is an ex-waitress at Anteiku coffee shop.

Since there have been no official statements so far, fans can only hope that the movie is happening if the third season is not. Stay tuned for more updates on "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3.

 

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