And so the 3rd season of Attack on Titan comes to an end. While there had been reports that there would be a full 24 episodes in season 3, those hopes were quickly dashed by official releases earlier today.
Well it looks like Kenny the Ripper's reign of terror is officially over. With the end of the first part of season 3 looking well within sight, Attack on Titan has made some very radical changes to its mythology, as well as shifted a few pieces around on the chess board.
2017 may just be the peak-iest year of Peak TV; after a record 455 series aired episodes in 2016, 2017 stands poised to demolish that number, as everyone from NBC to TruTV have announced handfuls of new shows coming to air (not to mention Netflix airing roughly eleven new series...
Trust no one. In the 90s this was the operative catch phrase for the crossover, sci-fi hit, The X Files. It's still as relevant as it once was all those years ago with the recent revelations of Attack on Titan.