Castlevania: the Netflix series will end with the fourth season

Castlevania: the Netflix series will end with the fourth season


According to some authoritative sources, the Netflix series dedicated to Castlevania is destined to end soon. Konami and Reed Hastings' company have decided to end the animated series dedicated to Belmont with the fourth season.

According to Deadline Hollywood, the next will be the last season of the series. On May 13, therefore, the season finale will be broadcast, after which no new episodes will arrive. So let's expect an intensification of emotions in the next episodes for the classic final crescendo.

The reasons for this closure are not clear, but the abandonment of the project by the creator of the series, Warren Ellis, with the drafting of the script of the fourth season, it could mean that in the initial planning the story should have ended with this fourth season.

The poster of the fourth season of the Netflix series of Castlevania. This, however, does not mean that, similar to what happens with video games, in the near future we will not be able to go back to seeing a Castlevania on Netflix, perhaps with a new protagonist and an absolutely new cycle of stories.

On the other hand, Castlevania on Netflix got a great response from the public and the Konami series certainly does not lack fascinating characters and stories to tell.

Netflix production, moreover, was absolutely good, with actors of the caliber of Richard Armitage (Trevor Belmont), James Callis (Alucard), Alejandro Reynoso (Sypha Belnades), Theo James (Hector), Adetokumboh M'cormack (Isaac), Jaime Murray (Carmilla) and Graham McTavish (Dracula) a fill the main roles.

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‘Castlevania’ To End With Season 4 As Netflix Eyes New Series In Same Universe

EXCLUSIVE: The upcoming 10-episode fourth season of Netflix’s anime series Castlevania will be its last, Deadline has learned. It will premiere May 13 (see key art below).


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While Castlevania, based on the classic Konami video game, will be coming to an end, the world it created may live on. I hear Netflix is eyeing a new series set in the same Castlevania universe with an entirely new cast of characters.


Castlevania was a key series in the evolution of Netflix’s original programming. It launched in July 2017 as the streamer’s first original anime series and the second adult animated comedy after F Is For Family. It quickly developed a devoted following and was well received by critics. The show’s second season scored a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and landed an IGN Award for Best Animated TV Series in 2018.

The series was created by author and prolific comic book writer Warren Ellis, who served as writer and executive producer. Last summer, Ellis, who at the time had finished the scripts for Season 4, faced sexual misconduct allegations which he firmly denied. He has had no further involvement in Castlevania, and I hear he also has not been part of the conversations about a potential new show which likely won’t include him as a creative auspice.

Castlevania is a dark medieval fantasy that follows Trevor (Richard Armitage), the last surviving member of the disgraced Belmont clan, who is trying to save Eastern Europe from extinction at the hand of Vlad Dracula Tepes (Graham McTavish). But Trevor no longer is alone, and now he and his misfit comrades race to find a way to save humanity from extinction at the hands of the grief-maddened Dracula and his sinister vampire war council.

The voice cast also includes James Callis, Emily Swallow, Matt Frewer, Tony Amendola and Alejandra Reynoso.

Castlevania‘s visual style is heavily influenced by Japanese anime and Ayami Kojima’s artwork in the video game Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. Sam Deats is Castlevania‘s director. Ellis executive produced along with Kevin Kolde, Fred Seibert and Adi Shankar.