© Kafka Asagiri, Sango Harukawa / PUBLISHED BY KADOKAWA / 2019 Bungo Stray Dogs Production Committee

Southeast Asian anime channel ANIPLUS Asia has listed on the schedule page of their website that the third season of Bungo Stray Dogs will be aired on a simulcast basis this Spring 2019.

The continuation of the popular mystery anime will premiere on April 12, airing every Friday nights at 11:00pm (10:00pm JKT/BKK), within an hour after its initial Japanese telecast. Encore telecast on Saturdays at 08:00pm (07:00pm JKT/BKK).

As of press time, the anime channel has yet to make an official announcement regarding its airing.


The upcoming season will be in addition to previously announced simulcast airings of AFTERLOST, Isekai Quartet, RobiHachi, and the Second part of Attack on Titan’s third season.

The simulcast airing of The Rise of the Shield Hero will continue into the Spring season, which airs every Wednesday nights.


© Kafka Asagiri, Sango Harukawa / PUBLISHED BY KADOKAWA / 2019 Bungo Stray Dogs Production Committee

Bungo Stray Dogs is an anime adaptation of the manga series, written by Kafka Asagiri and illustrated by Sango Harukawa, which is being published in Kadokawa Shoten’s Young Ace magazine since 2012 and currently has 12 volumes.

The staff from the previous adaptations, including director Takuya Igarashi, scriptwriter Yoji Enokido and character designer Nobuhiro Arai, returned to work on the upcoming season, which will be produced by anime studio BONES.

The cast from previous adaptations, including Yuto Uemura (as Atsushi Nakajima) and Mamoru Miyano (as Osamu Dazai), returned to voice their respective characters.


ANIPLUS Asia previously aired the Bungo Stray Dogs on a simulcast basis in Spring 2016, which was then followed by the second season in the Autumn of the same year.

Singapore-based anime licensor ODEX had released the popular manga’s first anime film adaptation, Bungo Stray Dogs: Dead Apple, last year. The film was screened in the Philippine cinemas on May 2018.


ANIPLUS Asia is available in the Philippines on SKYcable Channel 139 in Metro Manila, CAMANAVA, Rizal, Bulacan and Laguna, G Sat Channel 66 in High Definition, and in select provincial cable providers around the country.

For more details on the channel, please visit aniplus-asia.com.