After a ten-year absence, the Bleach anime was among the most anticipated debuts of the year. But while in Japan the transmission is running smoothly and delighting Japanese audiences, in Europe the adaptation, produced by Studio Pierrot, has been delayed. What happened to Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War?

The sixth episode of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War reminded us why the adaptation of the final part of Tite Kubo's work was so anticipated. Officially though the anime has not yet been released in Europe. Why isn't Bleach on the Disney+ streaming schedule?

The Disney-owned streaming platform appears to be having some issues with licensing, but things finally seem to be moving in a positive direction. To give us one Update on the situationwhich has never been officially communicated is the Disney+ Germany Instagram profile.

Disney has reportedly finally addressed the complaints from fans and working to resolve the situation. When a release date is set for Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War, users will be notified immediately.

Although this is a communication published only by the German Disney+ profile, the situation is likely to change at the same time for the other countries of the European community. So hopefully the first part of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War may air in Europe prior to the Japanese airing of the final episode of the first season.

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