Kingdom Season 3 Episode 19 will officially release on 22nd August 2021. You can watch the episode from the Funimation platform.
After watching episode 18 of Kingdom season 3, the most asked question from the fans is when episode 9 is going to be released. So, if you are also a fan of this series then this article is specifically for you.
In today’s article, we gonna talk about the release date, watch online, and many more that you should know. So, if you are interested to know more about this then go through this article till the end. After reading the all I hope you get all the information regarding this. But before it, let’s talk about this series Kingdom.
About the Kingdom Series
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The kingdom is basically an anime series that is written by Yasuhisa Hara. The series is specially made for a manga series but with time the franchise decided to publish it as an anime TV series besides the manga. The series is also illustrated by Yasuhisa Hara.
The first two seasons ran on before 2019 and in April 2020 finally, the third season started to the premier. But after the four episodes, there is a lot of problems to release the episodes as the global pandemic COVID-19 is increasing day by day. NHK BS premium and NHK General TV are the original networks of this series.
The plot of the series is set in ancient China where we see two main characters named Xin and Piao. They both are working as a servant in the village called the Kingdom of Qin. They want to become great generals of heaven and for this, they trained themselves hardly. And from this storyline, the series began.
So, if you are not yet watching the show then you definitely watch it. It’s a great show which comes up with a mind-blowing storyline.
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Release Date of Episode 19
Episode 19 will officially release on 22nd August 2021. So, you have to wait till then.
Where to Watch Online?
You can watch Kingdom Season 3 Episode 19 from the Funimation platform.
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