Boruto Premiere Date Revealed; New Enemies and Thick Plots Surpass Naruto's Legend


The creators of "Boruto: Next Generations" officially announced that the show will start airing this spring. The new "Naruto" show will have Noriyuki Abe taking the helm as Chief Director. Meanwhile, the series' director is Hiroyuki Yamashita.

Boruto Worldwide Premiere Date and Where International Fans Can Watch it

The spin-off series will officially debut on 5 April, 2017 on TV Tokyo in Japan, Comic Book reported. There is no official announcement, however, if the new series will simultaneously air internationally. Fans are now hoping for Viz or Crunchyroll to get "Boruto: Next Generations."

Meanwhile, Yamashita also directed "Boruto: Naruto the Movie," which is something fans should see to keep up with the new ninjas of Konoha that will be featured in the upcoming series. The movie show Hidden Leaf Village planning to have the Chunin Exams to produce new shinobi with Naruto as the Seventh Hokage. Some of the trainees are Sarada, Sasuke's daughter, a mysterious shinobi named Mitsuki, and Boruto, Naruto's son.

A new poster of "Boruto: New Generations" shows other supporting casts like Akimichi Choji, Shikadai Nara, and Ino Yamanaka, iTech Post reported. They are all children of the major characters in the original "Naruto" series. The poster also shows an older Gaara.

New Enemies and Thick Plots Revealed

When it comes to new enemies, Sasuke warns Naruto of an impending danger. Momoshiki and Kinshiki seemed to be possessed by an evil aura as they attempted to assassinate Naruto. Boruto was petrified with what was going on, so Naruto shielded him and disappeared right before his son's eyes.

Basically, "Boruto: Next Generations" serves as a sequel, spin-off to the original "Naruto" series. It will be full-length series like the "Naruto" anime adaptation, which already has 716 episodes.

Yamashita said they want to give the spin-off series its own identity. Noriyuke Abe said the new series awakened him to a whole new era. He said it will be difficult since he inherited the original "Naruto" show, but it will be worthwhile.

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