- Apr 2, 2017
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Just creating a new thread for the year. Will be JN091-onward.
It was said that January and March we would get the next 2 parts for S24. Part 2 covering 61-75 which did happen and Part 3 with 76-90 due in March. So yes, 91 was meant to start S25.
The press release said the season would have "approximately 42 episodes" but at the end they were exactly 42 episodes after all.It was said that January and March we would get the next 2 parts for S24. Part 2 covering 61-75 which did happen and Part 3 with 76-90 due in March. So yes, 91 was meant to start S25.
As far as I know, Netflix isn't helping to fund the dub's production. I haven't heard anything like that and I'm not sure why TPCI would need extra funding to begin with. Netflix has used the Netflix Original branding for other shows that they don't own or put money into, particularly with other anime titles. They'd done the same thing with the two most recent Pokemon movies and they definitely didn't contribute to the funding of either of them. Sometimes it's used to make it clear that it's a series exclusive to Netflix. For Pokemon, Netflix just distributes the dub in the U.S., but that's about it.When S23 concluded on Netflix, it was three months before Canada would get S24... now the gap between S24 and S25 is mere days. I mean, it's great for the fans who hate having long breaks but I still believe this spells trouble for Pokémon's future on Netflix. Assuming they are helping to fund the dub's production, thus the "Netflix Original" branding, I'm failing to see the benefit for Netflix here if other English-speaking countries get the episodes first and are circulated online months in advance.