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‘Fruits Basket’ anime finally bids goodbye after 2 years

The “Fruits Basket” reboot anime series finally bids goodbye after two years.

The anime adaptation is a reboot of the 2001 show, which is based on the Japanese manga series of the same name. Aside from the two seasons that were aired, the final season is composed of 13 episodes that was aired from April 6 to June 28, 2021.

 

Fruits Basket
Photo via Fruits Basket’s official Twitter

 

Elizabeth Maxwell, who played the character of Arisa in “Fruits Basket”, shared her gratitude to everyone who supported the series.

“It’s hard to express how I feel as #FruitsBasket ends. Tears. Longing. Gratitude. This show is a masterpiece…Thanks forever for letting me be part of the magic,” she wrote on Twitter.

Meanwhile, many fans felt it was a bittersweet moment to finally end the anime.

“I cried watching the final seconds. Fruits Basket was the first manga I ever read, so seeing the finale really made me emotional. It was a perfect finale,” one of the fans commented.

 

“Fruits Basket” is now also considered as the highest rated anime surpassing the “FullMetal Alchemist Brotherhood” (FMAB). Fans are really grateful for its exceptional storyline and shared their heartfelt thoughts.

 

A 6-minute video was also posted on YouTube, commemorating the 13th and final episode of “Fruits Basket.”

 

Although there isn’t a season 4, a new project has been announced by the producers.

According to reports, the story will focus on Tohru’s parents. It is not confirmed yet if it is a TV series, movie or, OVA.

 

“Fruits Basket” was created by Natsuki Takaya and was originally published in 1998. The story revolves around an orphaned schoolgirl named Honda Tohru who tries to change the lives of a cursed family that transforms into animals.

 

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