A new trailer released on Pokémon’s official Youtube channel confirms Netflix is releasing Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series in September 2021.
A new trailer for Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series confirms that Netflix plans to release the series in September 2021. The series follows the previous entry, Pokémon Journeys: The Series, which premiered on Netflix in 2020 when the streaming got the rights to the newest releases of the Pokémon franchise from Disney XD.
Pokémon, or “pocket monsters,” as the direct Japanese translation calls them, has been a phenomenon since the late 1990s. In Japan, the anime series is on its 7th installment (seasons and volumes being split differently than the international release). Each era revolves around the latest Pokémon game released by Nintendo. Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series is considered the 24th season of the overall series internationally and the second season to be released on a streaming service instead of broadcast television. Before Netflix, Disney XD had broadcast the three seasons of the Sun and Moon installments with Cartoon Network releasing several seasons before Disney got the rights.
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Thanks to a new trailer released on Youtube on Pokémon’s official channel, fans now know Netflix is releasing Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series on September 10, 2021. Netflix plans on releasing the first 12 episodes this fall, with the rest of the 42 episode season launching quarterly following that. The full trailer can be seen below:
The series will continue Ash Ketchum’s research journey as he travels across the regions that have been introduced in previous seasons and video games. Journeying with him once more are Goh (introduced in the prior season, Pokémon Journeys), who intends to collect all the known types of Pokémon while searching for the legendary Mew. Along with them is Chloe Cerise, who will begin her adventures as a Pokémon trainer thanks to a newly discovered Eevee.
It is somewhat remarkable that the Pokémon franchise has made it to 24 seasons. Even more impressive is that the fanbase is still running strong in the US, where frequently, these types of obsessions die down as the current generation gets older. But, with Nintendo continuing to release popular games set in the Pokémon world, it looks like Pokémon and its many iterations are here to stay.
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