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Tokyo Revengers: How Many More Seasons Will It Take to Complete the Story?

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An Anime Phenomenon

If you’ve not been following up with the time-traveling and mind-boggling tale of Takemitchi Hanagaki’s quest to save everyone – literally, everyone – you’re missing out big time on the year’s most-talked-about anime, Tokyo Revengers (after JJK, maybe?).

A Perfect Blend

While an elaborate tale about some high-school delinquents forming gangs and sprouting into the underworld in the future might not be everyone’s usual jam, Tokyo Revengers manages to fit in every teacup perfectly! Having a perfect blend of action, science fiction, thriller, and a bit of romance, the creator Ken Wakui has made sure you can vibe with the series one way or the other.

An Ongoing Anime

The series first debuted in April 2021, adapting from Wakui’s March 2017 manga series of the same name. Though the manga officially concluded in Nov. 2022, with its 278 chapters collected in a total of 31 tankōbon volumes, the anime is currently ongoing, having reached three seasons till the time of writing. Naturally, the popularity of Tokyo Revengers is to be credited for securing a green light for a third season without a long break (three seasons is BIG nowadays).

Possibility of More Seasons

Assuming that the audience keeps showering the series and its intriguing characters (probably the most well-written characters in modern anime) with equal love moving forward, the creators should be able to adapt all of the original 7 arcs of the manga through more seasons. So far, the viewership numbers suggest that it could very well turn into reality. But how many more seasons will Tokyo Revengers take to complete the story?

Current Season and Future Plans

Season 3 of Tokyo Revengers hit the screens on Oct. 3, 2023, starting with the 37th overall episode and is currently ongoing. It is adapting the second-longest arc, the Tenjiku Arc of the original manga. The first two seasons of the anime covered the first four manga arcs, in the following order:

  • Season 1: Toman Arc (Episodes 1-5), Moebius Arc (Episodes 6-12), Valhalla Arc (Episodes 13-24)
  • Season 2: Valhalla Arc (Episode 25), Black Dragon Arc (Episodes 26-37)

The first season was the longest so far, treating viewers with 24 delightful episodes. The following season then concluded with 13 episodes, and season 3 is also set to have a 13-episode run.

Predicting the Future Seasons

Following the pattern, if season 3 adapts the whole of the Tenjiku Arc, animating almost 5 chapters in one episode, we will have the Bonten Arc and the Final Arc (divided into Three Deities Arc and Kanto Manji Arc) left for adaptation. In total, they span 93 manga chapters.

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Following the anime’s current pattern, it is adapting around 3-5 chapters of the manga in one episode. If Season 4 happens and is slated for the usual 13-episode run, it could start adapting from Bonten Arc onward up until the first half of the Final Arc, i.e., the Three Deities Arc.

This means that Season 4 of Tokyo Revengers could, at best, adopt the combined 50 chapters of Bonten Arc and Three Deities Arc. This will then leave the final half of the Final Arc, i.e., the Kanto Manji arc wholely for Season 5. Given that the Kanto Manji Arc is a long one, spanning 43 manga chapters, the concluding season of Tokyo Revengers can be solely devoted to it.

So, the Tokyo Revengers anime will have at least two more seasons, and the adapting schedule could look something like this:

  • Season 3: Tenjiku Arc (Episodes 37-49)
  • Season 4: Bonten Arc (Episodes 50-55), Three Deities Arc (Episodes 56-62)
  • Season 5: Kanto Manji Arc (Episodes 63-75)

That is, if season 3 completely adapts the Tenjiku Arc and the following seasons follow a 13-episode run schedule. Otherwise, we could very well see the series stretching up to season 6 (won’t that be a delight?). But daydreams apart, season 4 of Tokyo Revengers has not yet received a green light. It might probably happen as we come close to season 3 ending in January 2024.

A Wait for Season 4

The second season of Tokyo Revengers took 1 year and 4 months to come out after season 1 aired its last episode, "A Cry Baby" on Sept. 18, 2021. However, due to the rise in popularity of the series after the second season dropped, makers brought season 3 to the screens in just six months following season 2’s conclusion on April 2, 2023.

The currently ongoing season 3 is airing its episodes weekly on Tuesdays and will conclude with the 13th episode set to release on Jan. 26, 2024. If the studio already has plans to bring a season 4, then it can be expected to arrive anytime within 6 months of season 3’s conclusion, following the previous pattern. This means that the series will continue to entertain us for at least another year, with season 5 concluding the story in early 2026 at best!

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What happened to Rose from ’90 Day Fiancé?’

Several reality TV stars have emerged from TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé, but perhaps there has been no bigger name than “Big Ed” Brown. But, what happened to his ex-partner, Rose Vega — the first woman he was attached to in the franchise?

Big Ed and Rose hit our television screens as notables in season 4’s Before the 90 Days. The fan-favorite iteration was released in 2020 and featured Ed, who lives in California, traveling and staying with Rose in her native Philippines. Although there was a 31-year age gap and stark cultural difference, the two pursued love while becoming 90 Day Fiancé’s most talked-about couple.

The two had met online but never interacted in life — but that changed when they signed on to the reality show. We watched them embrace in person for the first time and witnessed how over the moon Ed was about ending his decades-long single streak with the mother-of-one. Big Ed rapidly became a beloved cast member, but that wasn’t as true with Rose. She faced a lot of criticism from the community because of the assumption she was only interested in Big Ed because of money and the potential of United States citizenship.

Regardless, things went up in flames after Big Ed revealed to Rose that he didn’t want any more children and had his eyes set on a vasectomy. The Filipino dumped Big Ed, which kickstarted the latter’s appearances in several more franchise seasons. But, that was the last we saw of Rose on the reality TV show.

Since then, Rose has continued living in The Philippines while leveraging her online star power. She’s active on several platforms and boasts over 500 thousand followers on Instagram and 750 thousand subscribers on YouTube. On Instagram, Rose frequently posts photos of herself around Asia and with her son, Prince. And she also occasionally drops a nod to 90 Day Fiancé via memes and throwbacks.

She’s posted around 20 video blogs on YouTube within the last year featuring her shopping and going to a concert, among other things. Besides monetizing through these avenues, Rose has merchandise and a Cameo profile.

On her website, “Rose Vega Store,” she sells accessories and clothes like hoodies and crewnecks. Some products have roses on them, while others sport Filipino words and expressions. As mentioned, fans of Rose’s can also find her on Cameo where she charges $30 for a shout-out video.

Although Rose has left the reality television limelight, she’s leaned into the opportunity it afforded her by creating content and selling merch. And for Ed? Well, he’s still traversing the ups and downs of love as a 90 Day Fiancé staple.

By: Stephen McCaugherty
Title: What happened to Rose from ’90 Day Fiancé?’
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Published Date: Sun, 14 Apr 2024 21:46:51 +0000

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Tori Spelling Poses With ‘90210’ Costars Brian Austin Green, Jason Priestley

Tori Spelling was all smiles as she posed with former Beverly Hills, 90210 costars Brian Austin Green and Jason Priestley.

Alongside a snap of the trio placing their arms around each other, Spelling, 50, wrote via Instagram on Sunday, April 14, “It’s a Donna sandwich. And, we are in Pittsburgh so don’t hold the pickles. @brianaustingreen @jason_priestley.”

The teen drama series, which debuted on Fox in October 1990 and ran for 10 seasons until May 2000, followed the Walsh Family as they transitioned from the Midwest to Beverly Hills. Teenage twins, Brandon (Priestley) and Brenda (Shannen Doherty) made a new circle of friends at West Beverly Hills High School, including Donna Martin (Spelling) and David Silver (Green).

The franchise has since had many spinoffs through the years, including Melrose Place and BH90210, which premiered in 2019 and featured several OG cast members. (Ahead of the series premiere, Luke Perry died at the age of 52 after suffering a massive stroke in March 2019.)

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“We are all so excited to go back to work together because it’s like family coming back together,” Spelling exclusively told Us Weekly in February 2019 about the project, which ultimately was canceled after one season.

The Beverly Hills, 90210 former costars have remained close friends through the years. In February 2021, Priestley, 54, Green, 50, and Ian Ziering (who portrayed Steve Sanders) reunited for lunch in Sherman Oaks, California. The actors were seen sharing laughs and talking while sitting together in photos published by E! News at the time.

Tori Spelling Poses With Brian Austin Green and Jason Priestley: 'It's a Donna Sandwich'Cast of ‘Beverly Hills, 90210.’ mikel roberts/Sygma via Getty Images

While the cast members may look back at their time filming the series fondly, Priestley shared that his daughter Ava couldn’t help but mock his fashion choices. (Jason shares his daughter with wife Naomi Lowde-Priestley, whom he tied the knot with in 2005. The pair also share son Dashiell, 14.)

“My daughter for a while wanted to watch episodes of the show, but only wanted to watch them with me so she could make fun of me,” Jason said of his 16-year-old during an appearance on Live With Kelly and Mark in January. “My flip phone, my mom jeans — all the stuff. She thought it was hilarious.”

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Cohost Kelly Ripa then asked Jason if he ever gets noticed at his kids’ schools. “Not really, because I kind of look like Brandon’s dad now,” Jason quipped.

Ripa, 53, reassured him, “That’s not true. You look just like Brandon, I would know.”

By: Ryan Hudgins
Title: Tori Spelling Poses With ‘90210’ Costars Brian Austin Green, Jason Priestley
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‘Re:Monster’ episode 3 release date and time, confirmed

After a long, marvelous winter season of exciting anime releases, Spring 2024 has brought a plethora of new anime. Re:Monster is on the list of the most promising ones, already gaining popularity after only two episodes.

The last season was marked by the release of various intriguing isekai anime, including much-anticipated continuations like Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End Season 2, Moonlit Fantasy Season 2, and new adaptations like The Wrong Way to Use Healing Magic. If any of these were your favorite of winter 2024, Re:Monster will definitely keep you hooked for the next few months.

Adapted from the 2011 light novel series by Kogitsune Kanekiru, ReMonster first received a manga adaptation in March 2014. After amassing a huge fanbase in both mediums, an anime adaptation of Re:Monster was announced on Sept. 19, 2023, by Studio Deen. Genco produces it with Takayuki Inagaki in the directing chair.

Even apart from the director, the series boasts a talented team behind its making — Hiroshi Yamaguchi handles series composition, Junichi Takaoka is behind the character designs, and Go Sakabe has composed the stellar music. Crunchyroll licensed the series for release outside Asian territories and debuted the first episode on April 1, 2024.

What is Re:Monster about?

The show centers on Tomokui Kanata, a.k.a a goblin named Rou who was reincarnated after his tragic death. Strangely enough, Rou has managed to hold onto his memories and intelligence from his past life. In addition, he develops the capacity to take on the characteristics of everything he consumes.

Rou makes a self-promise to enjoy life fully after accepting his circumstances. Thereafter, an adventure full of action unfolds as he navigates his life in this parallel universe where only the strongest survive.

What is the release date of Re:Monster anime episode 3?

Re:Monster is already gaining a fandom after the release of its first two episodes. The series follows a weekly release schedule, with one episode dropping every Monday. After the release of episode 2 on April 8, Re:Monster episode 3 will hit the screens this Monday, i.e., April 15.

The episode will follow the usual runtime of 25-30 minutes and can be viewed on Crunchyroll globally and on Tokyo MX, BS11, and TVh in Japan. For the exact time of release, viewers can refer to the table below according to the time zones they’re located in:

  • Pacific Time (PT): 8:00 am
  • Central Time (CT): 10:00 am
  • Eastern Time (ET): 11:00 am
  • Greenwich Mean Time (GMT): 3:00 pm
  • Indian Standard Time (IST): 8:30 pm

By: Kopal Kumari
Title: ‘Re:Monster’ episode 3 release date and time, confirmed
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Published Date: Sun, 14 Apr 2024 22:41:19 +0000

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