The new anime Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War finally has a confirmed release schedule, date, and streaming services.
Even if the 2022 Fall anime airing schedule has a great start with titles like My Hero Academia, Spy x Family, and Mob Psycho 100, we all know that the slate’s real journey begins this week.
In the coming days, we will not only see the long-awaited debut of MAPPA’s Chainsaw Man, but also Ichigo’s much-anticipated comeback in Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War.
Here is all the information fans need to know about the international release date, timing, and platforms for the forthcoming Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War anime, which has been the subject of months of rumor.
How to Watch Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War
Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War will premiere on the TV Tokyo network in Japan.
The new anime series will only be accessible in the United States through Hulu, with the following subscription pricing options:
Advertisement-supported plan: $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year
Advertisement-free plan: $12.99 a month
Advertisement-supported bundle plan: $69.99 a month (includes Disney+ and ESPN+)
Advertisement-free bundle plan: $75.99 a month (includes Disney+ and ESPN+)
Through the Disney Plus network, international fans living outside of the US will be able to simultaneously stream Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War. The cost of Disney Plus starts at £7.99 per month or £79.90 per year.
Bleach: Confirmed Release Time and Date for The Thousand-Year Blood War
The first episode of Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War will air in Japan on Tuesday, October 11, however for the great majority of fans outside of Japan, it will air on Monday, October 10.
According to Viz Media, the first episode of Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War will be named “The Blood Warfare,” and it will air at the following times worldwide:
10:30 AM: Central Time
11:30 AM: Eastern Time
4:30 PM: British Time
5:30 PM: European Time
9 PM: India Time
Philippine Time: 11:30 p.m.
2:00 AM: Australia Central Daylight Time
Tomohisa Taguchi wrote the episode’s narrative and storyboard, while Hikaru Murata handled the directing duties. Cindy H. Yamauchi served as the episode’s animation director, while Masashi Kudo served as the episode’s chief animation director.
According to Anime News Network, the anime will last four courses or four three-month programming seasons with breaks in between.
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