Date A Live Season 5: Release Date Status, Trailer, Plot, Cast & More

Keshi Tachibana is the author of the light novel series Date A Live (DAL). Twenty-two main books and nine sub-books titled “Date A Live Encore” have been published to date. Starting in 2012, four manga adaptations were released. The first season of an anime series aired from April to June 2013, followed by a second season from April to June 2014. August 22, 2015, was when an animated film was released. Between January and March of this year, a third season was made available. During the current fourth season, we’ll tell you all about a possible fifth season, so don’t miss it.

Date A Live’s fifth season has yet to be announced. Even though the fourth season premiered just a few days ago, we still don’t know much about the show’s future because it’s still too early in the game. According to all the known facts, the fifth season of Date A Live is highly likely. Until we know more, we can’t say for sure.

The rest of this article will provide you with all the information you need to know about a possible fifth season of Date A Live. Find out more about this intriguing anime series’ release date, whether there is a trailer, what the story could be about, and more.

Date A Live Season 5 release date

Fujimi Shobo’s Fantasia Bunko label announced in November 2011 that an anime based on the Date A Live series of novels was in the works. Under the direction of Keitaro Motonaga, the television series was produced by AIC PLUS + studios. Satoshi Shino worked with Tsunako’s original design for the characters’ appearances, while Go Sakabe composed the soundtrack with Yasunori Ebina as the sound director.

The first broadcast on Niconico’s video streaming service on March 31, 2013, and then on Tokyo MX starting on April 6, 2013, the anime features 12 episodes. For those of you who missed the live stream, it ended on June 16, while the TV broadcast ended on June 22. On December 9, 2013, a thirteenth episode of the ninth original series light novel was released as an OVA on Blu-ray as an annex to the limited edition of the ninth light novel.

A Sweet Arms song, “Date A Live,” opened the show. It was performed by Iori Nomizu, Misuzu Togashi, Kaori Sadohara, and Misato, four members of the band. As a part of the first season, four different ending themes were used: “Hatsukoi Winding Road,” performed by Ririko (the voice actress of Kayoko Tsumita), childhood friend (Risako Murai), and by senpai (Midori Tsukimiya) from Date A Life, Fall in Love: My Little Seed.

“SAVE MY HEART” (episodes 3, 7, 9, and 11), “Strawberry Rain,” and “Save The World” (episode 5) are the remaining episodes’ closing themes, performed by Iori Nomizu (remaining). Funimation Entertainment purchased the North American streaming rights to the anime, while Madman Entertainment purchased the Australian home video distribution rights.

After the final episode of the first season aired, an announcement was made that a second season, titled Date A Live II, would follow. An April 2014 broadcast date has been confirmed for Production IMS’s latest project. Following that, on April 11th, 2014, the show debuted on Tokyo MX and other stations. As part of Encore’s limited edition third Blu-ray volume released on December 9, 2014, a second OAV episode was made available. It begins with “Trust in You,” performed by the Sweet Arms, and ends with “Day to Story,” performed by Kaori Sahara.

Date A Live III, the third season of the anime, was announced by the work’s author on Twitter. It aired from January 11 to March 29, 2019, and was produced by the J.C. Staff. Sweet Arms’ “I swear always” opened the show, and Eri Yamazaki’s “Last Promise” closed it.

The fourth season of the anime, dubbed Date A Live IV, has been announced on the official website. Jun Nakagawa will direct the fourth season, it was announced on the second day of the Kadokawa Light Novel Expo 2020, which took place on March 7, 2021.

In addition to editing the script, Naoto Nakamura was responsible for character design, and Go Sakabe returned to compose the soundtrack. Due to “various reasons,” it has been pushed back from October 2021 to April 8, 2022. Miyu Tomita sings the “OveR” theme, while Sweet Arms sings the “S.O.S.” theme.

What does this mean for the possibility of a fifth season, now that we know all of this? It’s clear that Date A Live has a lot of untapped material that could be turned into an anime. When all of this is taken into account, the future of Date A Life looks very promising.

This series, as we have previously stated, has been a huge success, and the fact that it has just premiered its fourth season and is still going on gives us hope that it will continue for many more seasons. Even if a second season is possible in 2024, we’ll have to wait until at least 2022 or 2023 for confirmation.

Date A Live Season 5 trailer

In light of everything that you’ve read, you’ve probably figured out for yourself that there is no trailer for Date A Live Season 5. This is because we have no idea whether or not the show will have a fifth season, in which case a trailer may not appear at all. However, based on the information we have, this does not appear to be a likely outcome.

Date A Live, as we have previously stated, is a strong contender for a return. Adaptations of the light novel series and the immensely popular anime series are both ongoing. Waiting to see if there are plans for a continuation before making a proper prediction. We’ll have to wait and see how Date A Live’s fourth season concludes, but the show is currently on schedule.

Given everything we’ve discussed, it’s highly unlikely that a trailer for Date a Livenother World will be released within the next year or two. While we can expect a trailer in 2024 if a second season is confirmed sometime in 2023, the earliest we could see one is then in 2025.

Date A Live Season 5 plot

Date A Live’s potential Season 5 has yet to decide which parts of the light novel series will be included. There is no way to know how long a fifth season might last if it even happens; in fact, we don’t know how much of the series will be adapted in this current (fourth) season. The only certainty we have is that the show’s protagonists will continue their journey. The following is a summary of the show’s storyline.

A spacequake devastated large swaths of Eurasia 30 years ago, killing 150 million people. Since then, smaller-scale space earthquakes have occurred repeatedly around the world, destroying cities. While trying to save his sister, Shido Itsuka encounters a strange girl in a deep crater during an evacuation during a spacequake.

A “nature spirit” (series) visits our world, and when it does, we experience tremors in our world as well. He finds this out from his younger sister, Kotori. “Angels” (named after archangels associated with the Sephiroth, or, when the Seirei “invert” in anger, after their demon counterparts associated with the Qliphoth) are each Seirei’s distinct powers and weapons.

The Ratatoskr organization’s airship Fraxinus, commanded by Kotori, is equipped with cutting-edge technology and is on a mission to neutralize the Seirei peacefully. Nevertheless, Shido can seal the powers of a Seirei by kissing them, and it is up to him to make the Seirei fall in love with him for reasons that are as yet unknown.

Seirei’s enemies include the Anti-Spirit Team (AST) of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Forces, the weapon manufacturer Deus Ex Machina Industry (DEM), and a mysterious being called Phantom who is believed to be responsible for the Seirei.

Date A Live Season 5 cast

Because we have no idea if there will be a fifth season of Date A Live, we can’t talk about who the cast and characters might be. Season five is expected to have a more or less stable cast, and thus we don’t expect to see many structural changes in this season. As of now, the most prominent characters from the first season, who are expected to return for a fifth season:

Character Japanese Voice Actor (Seiyū)
Shidō Itsuka Nobunaga Shimazaki
Tōka Yatogami Marina Inoue
Origami Tobiichi Misuzu Togashi
Kotori Itsuka Ayana Taketatsu
Dr. Reine Murasame Aya Endō
Kyōhei Kannazuki Takehito Koyasu
Yoshino Iori Nomizu
Kurumi Tokisaki Asami Sanada
Mana Takamiya Misato
Ryouko Kusakabe Ao Takahashi
Mai Hazakura Kayoko Tsumita
Ai Yamabuki Risako Murai
Mii Fujibakama Midori Tsukimiya
Hiroto Tonomachi Anri Katsu
Kaguya Yamai Maaya Uchida
Yuzuru Yamai Sarah Emi Bridcutt
Miku Izayoi Minori Chihara

 

Where to watch Date A Live Season 5?

As expected, there is currently no way to watch Date A Live season five because there is no season five of Date A Live to watch. In the wake of Sony’s acquisition of Crunchyroll, Funimation has licensed the first and second seasons for streaming. As a result, it is safe to assume that the fifth season will be streamed by Crunchyroll.

Will there be a Date A Live Season 6?

Date A Live’s future is currently unknown. We don’t know if there will be a fifth season or not at this point, so we don’t know if there will be a sixth season or not. While the show’s success is encouraging for Date A Live fans, we’ll have to wait to learn more about the possibility of a sixth season until the situation with season five has been resolved.

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