Kuroko no Basket, or simply Kuroko’s Basket, is a sports anime by Production I.G., famous for other such anime like Attack on Titan, Haikyuu, Psycho-Pass, and Vinland Saga, to name a few. The show is fun, exciting, and dramatic, rather than merely focusing on the game’s technicality, with a very much-needed pinch of drama that we need to stay glued to the TV. Here are all the details about Kuroko No Basket Season 5 Release Date.
It has a very strong plot that can hold the interest of the viewer throughout the course of the episodes, and it also does not have a lot of filler. The pace is perfect. The special effects and fantastical shots are what keep the audience enthralled. The show has three seasons in addition to its recap films and a follow-up film that wraps up the game; this film is typically counted as season 4 of the show. When will the next installment of the basketball anime be released? Let’s find out if you can’t get enough of it.
Kuroko No Basket Season 5 Release Date
With the last conclusion movie, Kuroko no Basket Movie 4: Last Game, the show wrapped up its story for a while. The show, after it was released on Netflix, became more like a Netflix original, and after releasing the last movie, they partially canceled the show for another season. It is highly unlikely that it will return anytime soon.
There might be a comeback if the creators decide to adapt some spin-off of the show, but an actual comeback of the show is nearly impossible, which is quite disappointing and depressing considering that the show was very popular among the fans.
|Name of the Show||Kuroko No Basket|
|Season Number||Season 5|
|Kuroko No Basket Season 1 Release Date||7 April 2012|
|Kuroko No Basket Season 5 Release Date||Not Announced Yet|
Kuroko No Basket Season 1-4 Recap
At the beginning of the season, we can see that Teikou Middle School’s basketball team once achieved distinction by thrashing all opponents. The “Generation of Miracles” was the nickname given to this team’s regulars. These five basketball stars attended high schools with renowned basketball programs after finishing middle school. Few people are aware that Tetsuya Kuroko, the phantom sixth player, was also a member of the all-powerful “Generation of Miracles.”
Kuroko is now a freshman at Seirin High, a brand-new institution with a potent but unknown team. He and Kagami, a naturally gifted player who attended middle school in America for the majority of his time, are trying to elevate Seirin to the top of Japan by eliminating each of Kuroko’s former teammates one at a time. However, they will encounter groups along the way that are just as powerful without the Super 5.
Kuroko No Basket Season 5 Story
The anime is adapted from the Japanese Shounen Jump manga of the same name, written and illustrated by Fujimaki Tadatoshi. The anime, along with its movie, has covered all the source material that was made available. Also, as the series is put on a halt for any future production, it is quite difficult to predict the actual story for the upcoming season.
We anticipate seeing more of Kuroko and Kagami on the basketball court, winning one game after another and challenging more schools while making a name for themselves.
Kuroko No Basket Season 5 Cast
Although the identity of everyone who will appear in the new season is unknown, we anticipate that the same voice actors will play the same characters once again. They comprise:
Tetsuya Kuroko, voiced by Kenshō Ono
Kuroko, who excels at passing and is the Phantom Sixth Player of the Generation of Miracles at Teiko Junior High, is the main character of the manga. It has a straightforward, deadpan personality. He works extremely hard and consistently puts the needs of the team before his own.
Taiga Kagami, voiced by Yūki Ono
Kagami is the story’s deuteragonist and Seirin High’s ace and power forward. He is a basketball player who plays with Kuroko and is driven to surpass the Generation of Miracles and become the best in Japan.
Other characters that may also appear alongside the main characters are Shintarō Midorima voiced by Daisuke Ono, Seijūrō Akashi voiced by Hiroshi Kamiya; Daiki Aomine voiced by Junichi Suwabe; Atsushi Murasakibara voiced by Kenichi Suzumura, Ryōta Kise voiced by Ryohei Kimura; Riko Aida voiced by Chiwa Saito; and Nash Gold Jr., voiced by Hikaru Midorikawa.
Kuroko No Basket Season 5 Trailer
Kuroko No Basket Season 5 has no trailer released yet.
Where to Watch Kuroko No Basket Season 5 Online?
You can watch previous parts of Kuroko no Basket on Crunchyroll. Parts of it are also available to stream on Netflix in selected regions.