Naruto Sets Release Date for New 20th Anniversary Episodes


In celebration of its 20th Anniversary, Naruto's original anime is making a highly anticipated comeback with new episodes. Last fall, Masashi Kishimoto's beloved Naruto franchise initiated the festivities, treating fans to various exciting projects. Among these was a promotional reel that showcased the anime's most memorable moments and the announcement of a special anime project featuring the original Naruto series.

While it was previously revealed that the 20th Anniversary would bring four new episodes of the classic Naruto series, the release date had remained undisclosed. Fortunately, the official Naruto anime franchise account has now unveiled that these new episodes will premiere on Sunday, September 3rd in Japan. However, as of now, there have been no announcements regarding international release or streaming plans for the new Naruto anime. Check out the official announcement below:

What Is Naruto's New Anime?

Unfortunately, details regarding the content of the new Naruto episodes have yet to be revealed. While it has been announced that there will be four new installments of the classic anime to commemorate its 20th Anniversary, no plot synopsis or information about returning characters has been disclosed at the time of writing. However, with the release of these new Naruto episodes approaching in September, it is only a matter of time before more details about this highly anticipated comeback are unveiled.

In addition to the upcoming Naruto episodes, the Naruto anime universe continues with the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations sequel. Both the manga series and its anime adaptation are currently on hiatus as they prepare for the next major arcs, which will follow a time jump. This means that fans can still enjoy plenty of Naruto content. To catch up on the series, you can stream it now on Crunchyroll and Hulu.

Stay tuned for further updates on the new Naruto episodes as the 20th Anniversary celebration continues, and explore the ongoing Naruto saga with Boruto: Naruto Next Generations.

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