Is a Miraculous: Ladybug Shanghai special release date confirmed? Let’s consider when fans can expect the eagerly anticipated title to arrive.
It’s safe to say that we all have an animated favourite and for most, their previous choice has been muscled out in recent years by Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir.
Created by Thomas Astruc and Jeremy Zag, this superhero show was developed by Zagtoon, Method Animation, Toei Animation, Jeremy Zag and Nathanaël Bronn and has developed a significant following since its arrival in 2015.
It centres on the lives of two teenagers – Marinette Dupain-Cheng and Adrien Agreste – who are able to become superheroes; the titular Ladybug and Cat Noir.
The series is bursting with imagination and has been adopted by the Disney Channel since it was let go from Nickelodeon’s schedule in 2016.
Fans have cherished three seasons so far and the excitement for the fourth season couldn’t be clearer.
It isn’t expected until 2021 but right now all attention has swiftly turned to the Miraculous Shanghai special.
Miraculous Ladybug Shanghai special release date confirmed?
- No, a release date for Miraculous World: Shanghai – Lady Dragon is yet to be confirmed. However, here’s when you may expect it to arrive.
As noted by Miraculous Ladybug Fandom, the special will be 52-minutes in length and two concept arts were actually revealed by Sylvain Fabre this September, giving fans a taste of things to come
The previous source acknowledges La Libre reported that TF1 will air the Shanghai special at Christmas 2020.
It’s uncertain when other territories besides France will air the special as of yet.
It’s likely that it will arrive on screens by the time 2020 has come to a close.
The fans are excited!
Of course, the Miraculous New York special has generated even more excitement for the forthcoming Shanghai special and little teasers are set up throughout.
After witnessing some intriguing foreshadowing, fans found it was the next logical step to flock to Twitter and help build some buzz.
Check out a selection of tweets: