What has brought the revolutionary change in the entertainment industry over the last few years? Of course, the anime series. And the OTT platform has got a strong base with lots of popular anime series.

The strong and thrilling storyline up and the heart-touching voice of the voice artist contribute here a lot. And thus millions of fans have been created who have a great passion for anime.

Do you love to include you in this fan group? Then we have a token of love for you. Here, we are going to present before you some of the best anime series of all time. 

Let’s see.   

1. Attack on Titan Season 4

Attack on Titan Season 4

Release Date: December 6, 2020

Total Seasons: 4

Attack on Titan Season 1

  •  Total episodes: 25
  •  Release date: April 7, 2013

Attack on Titan Season 2

  • Total episodes: 12
  • Release date: April 1, 2017

Attack on Titan Season 3

  • Total episodes: 22
  • Release date: July 23, 2018

Director: Tetsuro Araki, Masashi Koizuka, Jun Shishido, and Yūichirō Hayashi

Animation Production: Wit Studio, Mappa

Short Story:

The flagship shōnen anime of Wit Studio has triumphantly returned with the last season of Attack on Titan. But this time, Mappa Studio has taken the responsibility to wrap up the story of death and destruction. And since three episodes are already aired, most of the fans are satisfied with the animation quality of the new animator team. 

As the trailer follows, Season 4 of AOT will find its way to the final breathtaking battle between humans and Titans. Featuring nefarious Marley, startling revelations of titan’s secrets, and even more, advanced war technologies of the people behind the walls is going to make you reminisce about the past three seasons.

With more bloodthirsty Eren and dreams of going beyond the world of titans, you are bound to watch Season 4 to know how the creators are cutting all the loose ends. This is going to be one of the most well-animated anime of the year having the legendary tragic climax.

Available on: Crunchyroll, Funimation, NHK General TV

2. Overlord Season 4:

Overlord Season 4

Release Date: July 2022

Total Seasons: 3

Overlord Season 1

  •  Total episodes: 13
  • Release date: July 7, 2015

Overlord Season 2

  • Total episodes: 13
  • Release date: January 10, 2018

Overlord Season 3

  • Total episodes: 13
  • Release date: July 11, 2018

Director: Naoyuki Itou

Animation Production: Madhouse

Short Story:

Adapted from the famous ongoing light novel and manga of the same name, Overlord anime is being called the ‘magnificent power fantasy’. As the popularity of MMORPG-themed stories is thriving in recent years in Japan, Overlord was one of the most mentioned animes. 

The slow-burn supernatural mystery and brilliant world-building already impressed the viewers in the past three seasons. Even the critics appreciated visually impressive animation along with the clever humor. In the upcoming season, the respective arcs of protagonist Ainz and the characters around him will engage the fans even more. 

The fourth installment is expected to be released in early 2021 to complete the arc of whether Ainz will be able to conquer Yggdrasil’s world. If you are more into villainy than the heroes, this anime is a must-watch for you.

Available On: Netflix, Crunchyroll

3. One Punch Man Season 3:

One Punch Man Season 3

Release Date: 2022 (unconfirmed)

Total Seasons: 2

One Punch Man Season 1

  • Total episodes: 12
  • Release date: October 4, 2015

One Punch Man Season 2

  • Total episodes: 12
  • Release date: April 9, 2019

Director: Shingo Natsume (s1), Chikara Sakurai (s2)

Animation Production: Madhouse (s1), J.C. Staff (s2)

Short Story:

After the annoying cliffhanger of season 2, One Punch Man fans are now looking for any news related to the next season. Even though J.C. Staff received a mixed reaction from the followers as Madhouse did an outstanding job with season 1, they have not announced the end of this popular franchise. And if you don’t know anything about our self-proclaimed ‘hero for fun, you are missing out big times.

Saitama mounted a one-man war against all the monsters of the city secretly with his unimaginable power of finishing any fight with just a single punch. The unflappable deadpan humor turns the anime into a gag show in its tightest form and makes it positively fresh rather than other superhero stories.

 Available On: Crunchyroll, Netflix, Funimation

Demon Slayer Season 2 is the Best Anime Series of All Times

4. Demon Slayer Season 2:

Release Date: October 10, 2021

Total Season: 1

Demon Slayer Season 1

  • Total episodes: 26
  • Release date: April 6, 2019

Director: Haruo Sotozaki

Animation Production: Ufotable

Short Story:

Studio Ufotable came up with this amazing story, written by Koyoharu Gotoge, about the brother who fought against the demons to cure his sister and seek vengeance. Goyoge gave his protagonist a real goal of saving his sister rather than becoming a superhero.

It was an outlandish animation, engrossing moment-to-moment drama and a hint of mystery completed with the perfect choreography of martial arts. And thus it won the hearts of many anime lovers with just 26 episodes.

However, Ufotable has not announced an official premiere date for the second season, but there is still hope because there are enough source materials left. Let’s see how the animators and authors of this anime improvise and take the anime a step further in the next installment.

Available On: Netflix, Amazon Prime Video & Funimation.

5. No Game No Life Season 2:

No Game No Life Season 2 is the Best Anime Series of All Times

Release Date: Not Announced

Total Seasons: 1

No Game No Life Season 1  

  • Total episodes: 12
  • Release date: April 9, 2014

Director: Atsuko Ishizuka

Animation Production: Madhouse

Short Story:

Kamiya Yuu is the author of this spectacular anime. Adapted from the original light novel of the same name, the series followed the trendiest idea of getting trapped inside a gaming world or virtual parallel universe.

But the creators of this anime took the idea and flipped it upside down, then gave all the necessary spices to make it unique from all other anime of the same genre. No Game No Life season 1 depicted the story of two siblings who were fed up with the rules of this world. 

They gave up their study, job and desires to live a luxurious life. Instead, they became the gaming boss who couldn’t be defeated in any game. 

Suddenly, they got an email that challenged them to enter into the real world of games where gaming determined everything. The art, animation, storytelling of this anime made an amazing impression on the viewers and now they are starving for more. Therefore, it’s all up to studio Madhouse (which was responsible for 2015’s satirical superhero smash-hit One Punch Man).

Available on: Crunchyroll

6. Made in Abyss Season 2:

Best Anime Series is Made in Abyss Season 2

Release Date: expected in 2022

Total Seasons: 1

Made in Abyss Season 1

  • Total episodes: 13
  • Release date: July 7, 2017

Director: Masayuki Kojima

Animation Production: Kinema Citrus

Short Story:

Riko was an orphaned little girl living in Belchero Orphanage in the town of Orth. She was obsessed with the abyss that surrounded the town because she wanted to obtain the title her mother held, White Whistle.

One day, she discovered a balloon with her mother’s findings which made her believe that her mother was trapped in the deepest part of the abyss. This was so far the story of Made in Abyss season 1. 

Now the fans are waiting for the second season. The Studio Kinema Citrus has confirmed that there will be a second season but the working procedures pushed back because of the pandemic situation.

Let’s hope that the adventure of Riko with his robot friend Reg and the urban fantasy of the curse will take us again to the ultimate journey to the deepest part of the abyss.

Available on: VRV, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video

7. Classroom of the Elite Season 2:

Best Anime Series is Classroom of the Elite Season 2

Release Date: May 2022

Total Seasons: 1

Classroom of the Elite Season 1

  • Total episodes: 12
  • Release date: July 12, 2017

Director: Seiji Kishi, Hiroyuki Hashimoto

Animation Production: Lerche

Short Story:

Classroom of the Elite came into light as an anime from studio Lerche, which is already famous for the anime Assassination Classroom. It was an instant hit because of a well-written slice-of-life storyline, charming cast, beautiful animation, and unique implementation of unpredictable twists. 

This psychological thriller is quite popular because most teens could actually relate to the story with them. The first season focused on the life of students of the Tokyo Metropolitan Advanced Nurturing School where they had to face various challenges along with the educational curriculum.

The motto of the school was to make the teenagers strong enough so that they can support the country in the future. But like every student at this age, the characters of this anime also suffered from depression, anxiety, rejection, and much more. Although there is still no official announcement for the second season, the popularity of this anime might bring the chance to come up with one.

Available On: Netflix, Crunchyroll

8. Noragami Season 3:

Best Anime Series is Noragami Season 3

Release Date: Not Announced

Total Seasons: 2

Noragami Season 1

  • Total episodes: 12
  • Release date: January 5, 2014

Noragami Season 2

  • Total episodes: 13
  • Release date: October 2, 2015

Director: Kotaro Tamura

Animation Production: Bones

Short Story:

The story of stray Gods who can be empowered by the prayer of their followers was the plot for Noragami. During the last two seasons, the story wandered around Yato, Hiyori, and Yukine’s struggles and adventures. Since there is no official announcement for the third season from Studio Bones, the premiere date is uncertain.

But as there is still enough source material available for a sequel and the business is good for the profits of this anime, it is hard not to expect the next season soon enough.

Fans are making assumptions about season 3 that it will cover the backstory of Yato and answer the question of whether Yato managed to get a grand shrine or not.

A run-of-the-mill shonen action series with engrossing moment-to-moment drama will not let you feel bored even for a second. Finally, with an aura of urban fantasy which is completed with a handful of surprising twists and revelations, this anime is a must-watch.

Available On: Funimation, Crunchyroll.

9. Dr. Stone Season 2:

Best Anime Series is Dr. Stone Season 2

Release Date: January 14, 2021

Total Seasons: 1

Dr. Stone Season 1

  • Total episodes: 24
  • Release date: July 5, 2019

Director: Shinya lino

Animation Production: TMS Entertainment

Short Story:

I know you are eagerly waiting to know what will happen next in the world full of stone statues. Will the mastermind Senku be able to revive all of them with his newly discovered technologies? Or will Tsukasa win the battle and revive only a handful of people to make the world free from impurities? Relax, your wait is over. TMS studio will be back again with Dr. Stone Season 2 soon. 

As the manga goes, this season will cover the arc of ‘Stone Wars’, the most expected battle between the two male leads. And if you still know nothing about this new civilization, whereof a sudden catastrophe every human being had been turned into stone, start watching the Debut season now before the second season premiere.

I bet, Dr. Stone will keep you entertained with its sci-fi, action, and comedy storyline. After that, wait for the second season for more matter-of-fact wit, enthralling scientific experiments (which you should never try at home), and well-animated sci-fi action sequences.

Available On: Crunchyroll, Animelab, Funimation, and VRV,

10. Log Horizon Season 3:

Best Anime Series is Log Horizon Season 3

Release Date: January 13, 2021

Total Seasons: 3

Log Horizon Season 1

  • Total Episodes: 8
  • Release Date: October 5, 2013

Log Horizon Season 2

  • Total Episodes: 8
  • Release Date:  October 4, 2014

Log Horizon Season 3

  • Total Episodes: 12
  • Release Date: January 13, 2021

Director: Shinji Ishihira

Animation Production: Deen

Short Story:

Adapted from the well-liked manga series of Mamare Touno, Log Horizon was successful to build a massive fanbase. The real-life gaming experience gave the audience a new taste of adventure. The animators of the anime did their research enough to make the series understandable, even if you are not into the gaming world. 

The story started when a large number of players were sucked into the virtual world of an MMORPG, Elder Tale. During sorting out the conflicts between the new population and the natives, the protagonist Shiroe sharpened his leadership role and with his gaming experience defeated the monsters one after another.

In the upcoming season, new challenges and new monsters will create more obstacles for both Shiroe and his friends. The title ‘’Destruction of the Round Table’’ is indicating the alliance will face a serious dilemma.

If you are looking for gaming-like adventure, visually impressive action, whip-sharp comedic timing filled in a fantasy world, Log Horizon is a must-watch.

Available On: Netflix, Crunchyroll

11. High School Dxd Season 5:

Best Anime Series of All Times is High School Dxd Season 5

Release Date: July 2022

Total Seasons: 4

High School Dxd Season 1

  • Total Episodes: 12
  • Release Date: January 6, 2012

High School Dxd Season 2

  • Total episodes: 12
  • Release date: July 7, 2013

High School Dxd Season 3

  •  Total Episodes: 12
  •  Release Date: April 4, 2015

High School Dxd Season 4

  • Total episodes: 13
  • Release date: April 10, 2018

Director: Yoshifumi Sueda

Animation Production: Passione

Short Story:

Ichei Ishibumi wanted to change his writing style with High School DxD Light Novel. For this reason, he focused on developing one in the comedy, harem, and supernatural genres. This is a story about Kuoh Academy where angels, fallen angels, and devils are hiding among the humans. 

The protagonist Issei Hyodo who was lecherous by nature was asked out on a date by a fallen angel named Yuma Amano. Yuma then killed him but Rias Gremory who was indeed a devil. 

Rias saved Issei by turning him into a devil. After three good seasons of this school-life, love-comedy, battle, and fantasy journey, season four ended with the confession of Issei and Rias.

One final fistfight between Sairaorg and Issei was an amazing act of the season. And season 5 will cover the story of what happens between Issei and Rias. The story might have a bit too erotic twists for some viewers. Don’t tell me I didn’t warn ya.

 Available On:  Amazon, Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Funimation.

12. Food Wars Season 4:

Best Anime Series of All Times is Food Wars Season 4

Release Date: October 12, 2019

Total Seasons: 5

Food Wars Season 1 (The First Plate)

  • Total episodes: 24
  • Release Date: April 4, 2015

Food Wars Season 2 (The Second Plate)

  • Total episodes: 13
  • Release date: July 2, 2016

Food Wars Season 3 (The Third Plate) Part One

  • Total episodes: 12
  • Release date: October 4, 2017

 Part Two:

  • Total episodes: 12
  • Release date: April 9, 2018

Food Wars Season 4 (The Fourth Plate)

  • Total episodes: 12
  • Release date: October 12, 2019

Food Wars Season 5 (The Fifth Plate)

  • Total episodes: 13
  • Release date: April 11, 2020

Director: Yoshitomo Yonetani

Animation Production: J.C.Staff

Short Story: 

This is an anime for food-loving otakus. The anime got immense popularity from the debut season because of its extraordinary presentation of many foods from Japan and all over the world. 

Humorous comedy and well-built characters made the storyline stronger. The competition between aspiring chefs, the thinking of improvising a dish made the previous seasons more eye-catchy. The unpredictable result of the competitions and the interesting relationship between Soma Yukihira and his father will keep you entertained in this season as well.

Available On: Netflix, Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Adult Swim.


It was our utmost try to introduce you to the best anime with all details. Some of them have already come to light. And some are in the pipeline with new seasons.

Yet, if you have an interest to know about any other anime, just let us know. We will come up with this anime in detail.

Till then, best of luck!   

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