Want to catch some Pokemon? Or at least follow along as Ash Ketchum and his friend Pikachu continue their journey to become Pokemon Masters? Tubi made the announcement that three full seasons of ‘Pokemon: The Series’ have landed on the streaming service. ‘Pokemon: Black and White’, as well as its follow-up seasons, have been uploaded, totalling 150 episodes of the series.
“Tubi treats its viewers to three full seasons of the globally popular Pokémon animated series,” Tubi said in a press release. “‘Pokémon: Black and White’ (Season 14), ‘Pokémon: BW Rival Destinies’ (Season 15), and ‘Pokémon: BW Adventures in Unova and Beyond’ (Season 16) – comprising nearly 150 episodes – are now available on FOX Entertainment’s free streaming service. The iconic animated television series premiered more than 20 years ago and chronicles the fantastic adventures of Ash and his Pikachu, alongside their many friends and Pokémon companions. “Pokémon the Series” has taken viewers to a variety of different regions, islands, cities and towns in the Pokémon world.”
This saga follows Ash (Sarah Natochenny) and his companions as they battle Team Rocket and other adversaries in the region of Unova. Along the way, they encounter new types of Pokemon, UFOs, and stiff competition at the gyms.
Here is an official clip from ‘Pokémon: BW Rival Destinies’:
Tubi Chief Content Officer Adam Lewinson expressed his enthusiasm for the acquisition.
“The addition of Pokémon animation to Tubi Kids demonstrates our commitment to expanding our robust library of iconic kids properties and providing free premium content for all families,” he said. “We’re thrilled that Pokémon fans can now follow memorable adventures with Ash and his Pikachu on Tubi.”
The synopsis for ‘Pokemon: Black and White’ is described as follows: “When Ash and his mother accompany Professor Oak to the distant Unova region, Ash discovers Pokémon that he’s never seen before… and that he can’t wait to catch! He may have Pikachu at his side together with new friends Iris and Cilan, but he’ll still need plenty of new Pokémon on his team if he wants to challenge Unova’s expert Gym Leaders. His quest to become a Pokémon Master just got even tougher!”
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