Komi Can’t Communicate: Season 3 – What You Should Know

Komi Can't Communicate
Komi Can't Communicate

Socializing with people can be pretty stressful if it’s not your thing. If you hate or are extremely uncomfortable with it, Komi Can’t Communicate is a show you’ll find common ground with. Komi Shouko is a student highly known around school for her grace and beauty. One thing she isn’t known for is her incapability to even speak with other people.

Even though the second season of Komi Can’t Communicate is long done, the second season of fans can’t wait is still going strong. The latest season showed great development in Komi’s relationships with Tadano and their other classmates. She’s not quite there yet though, so what will Komi Can’t Communicate: Season 3 have in store? Here’s everything you should know.


When Is Komi Can’t Communicate: Season 3 Being Released?

Unfortunately, there have been no announcements about Komi Can’t Communicate: Season 3. It’s a pretty popular show though, so it’s most likely just a matter of when, and not if, it comes.

The leading theory on why Season 3 is taking so long is that OLM, the animation studio, is busy with a bunch of other shows. They are currently animating Pokémon Horizons and MIX Season 2, with several other upcoming anime like Pon no Michi and The Apothecary Diaries.

Due to the busy schedule, you shouldn’t expect Komi Can’t Communicate: Season 3 anytime soon. Mid to late 2024 might be the most likely release window.


What Would Komi Can’t Communicate: Season 3 Be About?

Komi Can’t Communicate: Season 3 starts at Volume 10 or Chapter 130 of the manga. Season 2 concluded right at the end of Komi and Tadano’s first year of high school, so Season 3 is about Komi’s second year.

Here she meets a new major character, Rumiko Manbagi, a gyaru girl who also has trouble socializing. Komi uses the social skills she learned from the previous seasons to actually reach out and befriend Rumiko. The following volumes will cover the rest of their second-year life as more comic mishaps follow.

Being a slice-of-life comedy, Komi Can’t Communicate isn’t the most plot-heavy anime out there.


Which Studio Would Make Komi Can’t Communicate: Season 3?

Although there haven’t been any official announcements about Komi Can’t Communicate: Season 3 yet, guessing the production teams isn’t too hard. Since the production and animation teams haven’t changed since Season 1, they probably won’t change for Season 3 either. TV Tokyo, Dentsu, Shogakukan-Shueisha Productions, Half H.P Studio, and Nippon Columbia are the production companies behind Komi Can’t Communicate with OLM animating it.

TV Tokyo was established in 1964 and has produced numerous iconic anime throughout the years. Naruto, Bleach, and One Punch Man were all produced by TV Tokyo.

Dentsu came even earlier in 1901. This is the producer of the shows Attack On Titan, Your Lie In April, and Haikyuu!!

Shogakukan-Shueisha Productions started in 1967 and produced Monster, Spy x Family, and The Disastrous Life Of Saiki K.

Half H.P Studio started producing anime in  1984 and is the name behind KonoSuba, Gurren Lagann, and Kaichou Wa Maid-sama.

Nippon Columbia has produced anime that date back to 1986. Date A Live and The Rising Of The Shield Hero are two of its best works.

OLM is a huge animation studio that came around in 1994. Summertime Render, Berserk, and of course, Pokémon are all animated by OLM.


Where To Watch Komi Can’t Communicate

Netflix has exclusive streaming rights to both seasons of the show. If Komi Can’t Communicate: Season 3 ever gets greenlit, Netflix will probably get the rights for it as well.

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