The sales company Namely average officially confirmed that the anime Bleach: Sennen Kessen hen (Bleach: Thousand Years of Blood War) are distributed internationally via the platform DisneyPluswhile Hi takes over distribution in the United States. Namely average holds the worldwide rights to the series (excluding Asia and Arabic-speaking countries in Africa and the Middle East) and confirmed that the episodes will air concurrently in the US, it has not been confirmed if this will happen in the rest of the territories.

The series is scheduled to premiere in Japan on October 10, while previous seasons are already available from other distribution services such as crispy roll, HD max Y Netflixto confirm some.

Bleach: Thousand Years of Blood War

Tite Kubo published the original manga in the magazine Weekly shōnen jump from the publisher shueisha between August 2001 and August 2016, with the work being compiled into a total of 74 volumes. The work inspired an anime adaptation produced by the studios PierrotLed by Noriyuki Abeaired between October 2004 and March 2012, for a total of 366 episodes.

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Synopsis for Bleach

Ichigo Kurosaki is an ordinary high school student until his family is attacked by a Hollow, a corrupting spirit that attempts to devour human souls. He then meets a soul reaper named Rukia Kuchiki, who is injured while protecting Ichigo's family from the attacker. In order to save his family, Ichigo accepts Rukia's offer to take over their powers, thereby becoming a Soul Reaper.

However, with Rukia unable to regain her own power, Ichigo faces the daunting task of hunting down the hollows that plague his town. However, he is not alone in his struggle as he is later joined by his friends: classmates Orihime Inoue, Yasutora Sado and Uryuu Ishida, who have their own unique abilities. As Ichigo and his comrades adjust to their new responsibilities and support each other on and off the battlefield, the young Soul Reaper will soon find that the hollows are the least of his problems.

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