The third and final season of Fruits Basket will debut in April.
The second season wrapped up with a big, emotional reveal this past September. This version of the show, which premiered in 2019, hews to the original manga more closely than the 2001 anime. Fruits Basket follows a plucky orphan named Tohru Honda who finds herself entangled with the mysterious Sohma family. Certain members of the Sohmas are afflicted with a curse that turns them into animals of the zodiac when hugged by someone of the opposite sex. All of them follow the will of mysterious family head Akito.
The show dives deep into the emotional turmoil and trauma of all the characters, and really feels like an anime embodiment of the “terrifying ordeal of being known” meme. Season 2 introduced new characters like Kureno, the rooster of the Zodiac, and student council members Machi and Kakeru Manabe.
Check out the newly revealed final season poster:
Update (March 5, 2021): This article has been updated with the release month.