Naruto: Four “Brand New Episodes” to Premiere on September 3

There are very few anime that manage to be as successful as Naruto. The anime was able to tell a complete story, it was able to make us feel every emotion and it inspired many.

Earlier in March, the official website revealed that the anime would receive four “brand-new” episodes to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the show. The official date has been finally announced and here are the details.

The official Twitter account for the Naruto franchise announced that the four brand-new episodes of the original Naruto anime will begin airing in Japan on September 3.

The first four new episodes will also get a live screening at Makuhari Messe event hall in Chiba on September 3. The title and the content will only be revealed on the premiere date, and we can only wait.

Naruto is not just an anime series; it is filled with memories and emotions for those who followed the series along. These four new episodes would be a burst of nostalgia for the die-hard fans of the anime.

Remember the absolute craziness that went down when Studio Pierrot released the 10-minute reanimated video featuring all the important moments in Naruto’s journey? Now imagine the buzz these new episodes would create!

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About Naruto

Naruto is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto. Its publication began on September 21, 1999, and continued till November 10, 2014, in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump. The manga has collected 72 volumes in tankōbon format.

Naruto Shippuden is Part II of the anime series, which follows an older Naruto as he attempts to save his friend Sasuke while at the same time – addressing the looming threat of the criminal organization – Akatsuki – who are targeting him for their grander scheme.


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