The final season of Castlevania is out on Netflix, bringing the story of Trevor Belmont, Sypha Belnades, and Alucard to an end as they finally deal with the horrors that began after Dracula declared war on mankind for the murder of his wife. With Season 4 out, the question now becomes, what next? With that in mind, we’ve gathered everything we know about Castlevania Season 5 so you can stop worrying and enjoy the carnage.
Will Netflix make Castlevania season 5?
The answer is yes. The Castlevania Netflix series has a fair bit of room for expansion, and Netflix confirmed during GeekedWeek that season 5 is coming as a spin-off. The Castlevania season 4 ending leaves no doubt this is where Alucard, Trevor, and Sypha’s story ends, though of course, we won’t spoil it here. Netflix also confirmed it has no plans for resurrecting the series to continue Trevor’s story. However, that’s not the stake in the heart it might sound like.
Castlevania Season 5 Release Date
Netflix only said it’s in the works so far and offered no indication on when the release date might be.
Castlevania Season 5 Plot
Season 5 will follow Maria Renard and Richter Belmont, descendent of Sypha and Trevor Belmont. It opens some intriguing possibilities for the show, set to take place during the French Revolution in the 1790s. In Castlevania lore, Richter disappears in the 1790s for unknown reasons, and Maria’s story intertwines with Alucard’s as the son of Dracula struggles against his heritage.
Alucard is the original series’ anchor, one of a few characters present in the Castlevania games as well. While the original Castlevania series certainly didn’t follow the (admittedly scant) plot in the games. It seems as if Castlevania season 5 will at least draw some inspiration from them.
IS THERE A CASTLEVANIA SEASON 5 TRAILER?
Not yet, as Netflix hasn’t decided to order new episodes of Castlevania. Season 4 was revealed to be the last season this past April, confirming that the story of Trevor Belmont would conclude after bringing us back to where it all began, Targoviste. Though Netflix hasn’t outright said that Castlevania is canceled. The company pretty much confirmed it by repeating over and over that this is the final season of the show. The story ending with a pretty conclusive and happy note seems to indicate this is the case.