Boku no Hero Academia 6th Season
First, the 6th season of Boku no Hero Academia is on this list. This series will be one of the best, adapting the Paranormal Liberation Front arc. If you’ve read the manga, you know this series will be filled with non-stop action as we see each character take on challenges from all sides.
Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War
Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War is the final arc. After the anime ended in 2012, fans waited for an adaption of the final arc, Thousand-Year Blood War. This series brings back our main characters as they face a new group called the Wandenreich. The series brings a modern facelift, promising amazing animation.
Spy Family Part 2
Spy Family comes back with the second part of its first series. If you haven’t seen the series, the plot follows a family of a Spy, an assassin, and a psychic in this comedic spy series as the Forger family takes on the problems of daily life and international disputes, all while keeping their secrets from the other members of the family.
Berserk: Ougon Jidai-hen- Memorial Edition
As a new addition to the Berserk series, we have an adaption of the Golden Age Arc film trilogy. This series pays tribute to the amazing mangaka Kentaro Miura who sadly passed away last year. The series retells one of the most heartbreaking stories in the Berserk series. This is a great start if you want to get into the Berserk series.
Marimashita Iruma-Kun 3rd Season
Iruma returns in the 3rd season of Marimashita Iruma-Kun. This charming adventure into the demon world is a great addition to this spooky season and adds a light-hearted experience to the other darker series this season. Iruma takes on a new term at school and tries to rise through the ranks while under further pressure from his celebrity status from the events of previous seasons.
Mob Psycho 100 III
From the creator of One Punch Man, Mob Psycho has gained popularity with the psychic powerhouse Mob as he tries to fit in at school. Mob Psycho returns with a 3rd season, bringing us an expertly crafted combination of action and comedy.
Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch from Mercury
Another addition to the ever-expansive Mobile Suit Gundam universe, this series follows Suletta Mercury as she transfers to the Asticassia School of Technology, run by the Beneritt Group, which dominates the mobile suit industry. This series brings us a sorely missed anime staple, the giant mech series.