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Exciting News for Naruto Fans: New Episodes Scheduled for Release

Naruto is back for its 20th anniversary

Exciting News for Naruto Fans: New Episodes Scheduled for Release
Juan Carlos Saloz

Juan Carlos Saloz

Naruto is, for many, the most important anime of recent years. The series about the ninja Naruto Uzumaki crossed all kinds of boundaries as soon as it entered the 21st century, introducing Japanese animation to a generation that was too young to connect with classics like Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball.

Now, 20 years have passed since the anime premiered in Japan and began to spread worldwide, so to celebrate, they will release four new episodes with animation that is completely adapted to our times. We still don’t know what these episodes will be about, but we do know that they will feature new content and not summaries or new adaptations of the already told story.

Naruto returns with 4 new chapters

These new episodes, from what we know so far, will also have nothing to do with Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, the continuation of the anime that follows the adventures of Naruto’s children and the other ninjas of the village, with the former protagonist now serving as Hokage and the village facing new dangers.

In this way, they will go back in time to bring us new adventures of the teenage ninjas who managed to captivate an entire generation and make the classic red cloud of Japan synonymous with the Akatsuki villains. But when will we be able to see these new episodes of the series of our lives?

As reported by Studio Pierrot, the new episodes will premiere on September 3, 2023. This means we will have to wait until the end of summer to see what this new surprise is all about. Undoubtedly, the idea sounds exciting and may even spark discussions about a possible remastering of the original series.

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Juan Carlos Saloz

Juan Carlos Saloz

Cultural journalist specialized in film, series, comics, video games, and everything your parents tried to keep you away from during your childhood. Also an aspiring film director, screenwriter, and professional troublemaker.

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