Haikyuu Season 3 – Release Date and Netflix Rumors

Analyzing the evolution of Hinata Shoyo, a wannabe professional volleyball player, has been a very captivating and inspiring story, and the fans of the franchise have been eagerly waiting to see what their favorite characters will be doing next.

The series will likely be a source of motivation for thousands of people, especially Netflix streamers.

Netflix watchers of the anime have observed the origins and start of Hinata in the first season and were also lucky enough to see him perform and evolve in the second season.

However, they may not know everything that occurred in the third season, though they were certainly meant to know by now.

While the show’s producers worked hard to develop a third and fourth season across the glove, Netflix hasn’t yet purchased the rights to stream the third season.

That kept fans of the series questioning if and when they will see the third season on their beloved streaming platform.

For the moment, there is no official Netflix release date for Haikyuu, but some realistic predictions have been made.

The third season has been released across the globe for some countries’ Netflix sites.

Season 3 works on Netflix in Japan, Germany, and Switzerland, so the chances are that Netflix US could see Haikyuu released soon, perhaps in the latter part of the year, but US watchers will, unfortunately, have to be patient for now.

There is no way of accurately predicting when that will happen, as it solely depends on how Netflix plans to broadcast the show.

It is a bit irritating that some people got to watch the third season already, especially when you take into account that Netflix already streams it… just not for everybody.

We will be here with more news on the subject, so stay tuned to learn when your favorite orange-haired volleyball player will be back on US Netflix!

William Reid
A science writer through and through, William Reid’s first starting working on offline local newspapers. An obsessive fascination with all things science/health blossomed from a hobby into a career. Before hopping over to Optic Flux, William worked as a freelancer for many online tech publications including ScienceWorld, JoyStiq and Digg. William serves as our lead science and health reporter.