The fifth season of the anime adaptation of Kafka Asagiri and Sango Harukawa’s Bungo Stray Dogs manga concluded with its 11th and final episode this past Wednesday.
However, the episode’s conclusion featured a minor translation hiccup as the Japanese caption initially erroneously stated that the work was “finished.” Fortunately, the anime’s official website clarified the mistake on Friday, confirming that the correct text should have been “To Be Continued.”
This oversight will be rectified in the upcoming Blu-ray Disc/DVD release. It’s worth noting that Crunchyroll’s subtitles correctly displayed the phrase “To Be Continued.”
While there hasn’t been an official announcement regarding the next season, there have been tantalizing hints dropped by the staff, suggesting that the story may indeed continue.
The anime originally premiered on July 12 and was made available for streaming on Crunchyroll as it aired. Additionally, an English dub version began streaming on July 26. For those unfamiliar with the series, Crunchyroll describes it as follows:
“As detective agency members are progressively ensnared and captured, Kamui, the formidable leader of Tenjin Goshui, draws ever closer to the Armed Detective Agency. The pressing question looms: can the Agency endure this relentless pursuit?”
The opening theme, “Kurogane no Ori” (Iron Cell), is performed by GRANRODEO, while the ending theme, “Kiseki” (Trails), is brought to life by Luck Life.
Source | Bungo Stray Dogs episode 61 and website