Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone OceanThe fifth season of the series produced by David Production and based on the sixth part of the manga by Hirohiko Araki has received a much-discussed treatment in terms of distribution on the Netflix platform, so we want to make a hypothesis on the future of Jolyne's adventure.

There has been a lot of discussion about this Timing that Netflix needs to distribute many series, especially the seasons of some anime, divided into installments of 8 or 12 episodes and spread over a period of time that often causes what has been seen to be forgotten, forcing viewers to catch up on the previous parts as well. This will most likely also happen with the second part of Stone Ocean, which is awaited September 1, 2022.

Many of you will remember that in previous seasons it was called Jojo Fridays, term for Fridays when millions of fans waited for a new episode of the Joestar misadventures. The weekly publication helps consolidate the events shown, stimulating discussion about specific circumstances or details that tend to disappear when confronted with the visiona whole block of episodes released on Netflix or other platforms, which has now become the norm for most series.

It would therefore be an excellent idea to follow what is happening now, for example with Komi Can't Communicate, and add one episode per week. Also a role model to imitate for future implementations of Steel Ball Run and JoJolion. Let us know if you agree with what has been said in the comments.

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