‘Pokemon Master Journeys’ will be on Netflix this September

Pokemon Master Journeys is slated to be the next great step in the Pokemon shows series, and fans in the west are eagerly awaiting its release. Pokemon Journeys debuted with a bang last year, completely altering our perceptions of the Pokemon franchise as a whole in terms of its shows. It made it’s farewell after 48 episodes on Netflix, and things will pick up for both Ash and Goh in Master Journeys.

The New Season’s Plot and Everything we should know

“It’s a big, big world, but you know where to find Ash and Goh-battling and catching Pokémon from Kanto to Galar! With Pikachu, Cinderace, and their other Pokémon beside them, our heroes continue to travel all over the world to research Pokémon for Cerise Laboratory. Along the way, Ash climbs higher in the World Coronation Series rankings, and Goh adds more Pokémon to his Pokédex in his quest to catch Mew.”

On September 10th, 2021, episodes 1 through 12 will be released. Part 2 will arrive in December 2021, part 3 in March 2022, and part 4 in the summer of 2022, with new batches arriving every three months. Pokémon Journeys: The Series followed the same schedule, with part 1 appearing in June 2020, part 2 in September 2020, part 3 in December 2020, part 4 in March 2021, and part 5 in June 2021.

The new season increases the show’s scope to encompass all eight regions from earlier Pokémon games, as well as a return to the Kanto region from the first game and the anime’s first season. Dawn, a fan favorite, will also make a comeback this season, nine years after her last appearance. Ash’s encounter with Suicune, a legendary Pokémon from the Johto region, is depicted in a new teaser posted to the official Pokémon Youtube channel.

What are your thoughts on Netflix’s latest update regarding Pokemon Master Journeys? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!

Written by Nicole Sael

A future educator and an anime enthusiast. Nicole enjoys cooking and baking in her free time. A rom-com freak.

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