The Promised Neverland is a science fiction Japanese magna series. It is written by Kaiu Shirai and created by Posuka Demizu. The series is adopted from Weekly Shonen Jump Magazine by Shueisha.
Promised Neverland as released on online platforms in 2019. The second season of this popular series released its first episode on 7th January 2021. Get ready for the 3rd episode guys! Have a look at its details.
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The Promised Neverland Season 2 Episode 3 will be aired tomorrow that is on Thursday, 21st January 2021. However, it was said at the beginning of the release of the new season that all new episode will be out on Thursday. According to that the 3rd episode should release tomorrow. However, there is a possibility of its release on 22nd January 2021.
Moving on to the timings, if the episode gets aired on 21st then follow the timings. Pacific time- 10am, Central time- 12noon, Eastern time- 1pm, British time- 6pm and European time- 7pm. On 22nd the timings are Korean time- 3am and Australian time- 4:30am.
In the previous two episodes, we saw monster getting killed by the demons. Moreover, Ray revealed himself as the highest-scoring child of the house. Not only this, Ray even lied about the death of the children at home. Meanwhile, Sonju was seen training the children in the forest to fight their own battles.
The trailer of the upcoming episode is already out. We can get a clue of the things that will happen in the next episode from there. The kids will welcome back Emma in the forest. But there will a slight chage in Emma’s behaviour. Everyone will notice that weird behaviour of Emma along with Ray. When asked about her health, Emma says that she is perfectly fine.
Meanwhile, the kids will be seen training with Sonju and Mujika. This could be the main plot of the episode. Hopefully new adventure will be seen.
The Promised Neverland Season 2 Episode 3 will be available on Funimation and Hulu. It will be coming on Netflix very soon. You can watch it on Crunhyroll also but after few days of release.
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