'One Punch Man' Season 3 Release Date, Trailer, Cast & More

Saitama's back! 'One Punch Man' Season 3 release date teases epic battles, monstrous foes, and maybe a challenge for the bored hero.

Published On Apr 27, 2024 | Updated On May 08, 2024


Have you ever felt unsatisfied by a fight? Like your opponent just wasn't strong enough? Well, Saitama feels your pain – literally. In the hilarious and action-packed world of One Punch Man, Saitama is a hero who trained so hard he can defeat any enemy with a single punch. This One Punch Man Season 3 promises to be even crazier than the last, with Saitama facing off against a monstrous threat and a whole new kind of challenger — a villain who wants to become the strongest! Get ready for epic battles, laugh-out-loud moments, and the return of the hero who's become bored with being unbeatable!

One Punch Man Season 3 release date 


While an official release date for One Punch Man Season 3 hasn't been announced yet, whispers and a released trailer point towards a 2024 premiere. This would follow the release pattern of the previous seasons, with a four-year gap between them. Also, reports suggest a possible mid-2024 release or even a Fall release window later this year. 

One Punch Man Season 3 cast 


While the official cast list for One Punch Man Season 3 remains under wraps, fans can expect a familiar line-up to return and deliver another punch. Leading the charge will undoubtedly be Saitama, the ridiculously strong hero voiced by Max Mittelman in the English dub (Makoto Furukawa in Japanese). 
Genos, Saitama's enthusiastic cyborg disciple, is likely to be voiced once again by Zach Aguilar (Kaito Ishikawa in Japanese). Other heroes like the powerful Tatsumaki (voiced by Marieve Herington) and the deceptively strong King (voiced by Rich Brown) are also expected to make a comeback. With the Monster Association taking centre stage in Season 3, we might also see the return of familiar villainous voices like Greg Chun as Garou.

One Punch Man Season 3 trailer 

The One Punch Man Season 3 trailer throws a punch right at the heart of the upcoming season's themes. While the animation style retains its charm, the focus shifts to the concept of limiters – the potential barriers that restrict a being's growth. 

We see glimpses of Saitama's intense training montage, hinting at how he broke through his limiter to achieve unmatched strength. The trailer also introduces Garou, a human who seeks to shed his limiter and become a monstrous being. With shots of epic clashes and ominous pronouncements from monstrous figures, the trailer promises a thrilling exploration of power, ambition, and the consequences of defying one's natural limitations. Get ready for Saitama's signature bored expressions juxtaposed with the escalating chaos – it's a hilarious and action-packed ride you won't want to miss.

One Punch Man Season 3 story 


One Punch Man Season 3 dives headfirst into the epic Monster Association arc. The monstrous organisation, previously teased, emerges from the shadows, throwing down a challenge to the Hero Association. While Saitama, ever the nonchalant hero, prepares for another potentially easy fight, a new threat arises – Garou, a human who seeks to break his limiter and evolve into a monstrous being. 

As the Hero Association launches a full-scale assault on the Monster Association's hidden base, Saitama finds himself entangled in a web of monstrous battles, clashing with powerful beings who might finally offer him the challenge he craves. Prepare for high-octane action, hilarious misunderstandings, and Saitama's signature one-punch takedowns as the line between hero and monster blurs.


Eager to catch Saitama's powerful antics in One Punch Man Season 3? While an official announcement hasn't been made just yet, we can rely on past trends to make a strong prediction. Here's where you might be able to find the highly anticipated season:

Crunchyroll: This popular anime streaming service housed both Seasons 1 and 2 of One Punch Man. Considering this history, Crunchyroll is the frontrunner for Season 3 as well. With their extensive anime library and focus on simulcasting (airing shows simultaneously with Japan), Crunchyroll offers a compelling option for fans.

Netflix: While not as common for currently airing anime, Netflix has occasionally surprised viewers by acquiring the rights to stream new seasons. It's a possibility, though less likely than Crunchyroll. If you have a Netflix subscription, keep an eye out for announcements, but Crunchyroll might be the safer bet.

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