"Castlevania" Season 3 Voice Cast Features Welcome Returns & New Familiar Faces [PREVIEW]

Netflix's Castlevania has been making up for lost time ahead of its return to the streaming service on Thursday, March 5. We've seen the official poster and trailer for the third season, followed by writer/producer/creator Warren Ellis sharing a beautiful new piece of new key art (see below).

This time, we're getting a look at the voice cast for this season – a mix of familiar faces and welcome newcomers (like Jason Isaacs as The Judge and Lance Riddick as The Captain) guaranteed to keep the blood pumping over the run of ten episodes:

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Earlier this month, Ellis posted a mini-video update on "something" fans of the series seem pretty interested in – a "something" that looked to be getting a final "polish-n-shine":

The following day, Ellis, director Sam Deats, and others (as you'll see below) took to social media to announce Castlevania season 3 will be stalking the streaming service beginning March 5 – and also released the season's official poster, once again courtesy of Deats:

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Netflix

"Castlevania" Season 3 Voice Cast Features Welcome Returns & New Familiar Faces [PREVIEW]

Ellis spoke with BC's Mike Sangregorio at NYCC 2019 to discuss the show and the method involved in crafting what's considered by many to be the finest video game adaptation of all time. Here, Ellis explains how involved he was in selecting the Castlevania voice cast and learning to write directly for them:

"Me and Kevin Kolde and Meredith Layne, our Casting Director, all discussed who we wanted and who was available. Meredith is great at bringing in people we would not have thought of. I'm involved in almost all aspects of the show which is weird for me going from someone who sits in a box, types, and emails scripts to being involved with a lot of different people.

I speak with our composer as well, Trevor Morris, and suggest probably extremely annoying things I'd like to try. It has been absolutely fascinating. I was nervous at first as I had no idea what I was doing but now I just have almost no idea what I'm doing so there's been a progression. It's what I love most about the act of writing, which is that it is something new every day. I've actually really loved this entire experience."

About Ray Flook

Serving as Television Editor since 2018, Ray began five years earlier as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought on board as staff in 2017.

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