ProSieben MAXX secures licensing for new "One Piece" episodes at

ProSieben MAXX secures licensing for new "One Piece" episodes at

March 6, 2022

Since the beginning of February this year, ProSieben MAXX has been broadcasting a total of 39 new episodes of the popular shōnen anime One Piece with German dubbing. Before the last episode is shown at the end of March, the green light has now been given for new episodes.

As part of the announcement on Facebook that ProSieben MAXX will broadcast the fourth season of My Hero Academia as a German TV premiere , the free TV broadcaster assured that new episodes of One Piece are already on the way. Exact details, such as how many episodes are involved and when the TV premiere of this is planned, have not yet been revealed by ProSieben MAXX.

ProSieben MAXX is currently showing the first 28 episodes of the Wano Kuni arc (up to episode 917) in German. As usual, the respective episodes are available in the media center immediately after the German TV premiere. The German soundtrack was created by Rescue Film dubbing.

One Piece is based on the hit manga by Eiichiro Oda. The anime television adaptation, produced by Toei Animation, which currently has over 1,000 episodes, made its television debut in 1999. Crunchyroll shows the latest episode with German subtitles in simulcast every Sunday at 5:00 p.m. A home video release in Germany is by KAZÉ Anime on DVD and Blu-ray .

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This is what One Piece is about:

We are writing the great age of the pirates. With the death of the former pirate king Gold Roger, the search for the coveted One Piece , the greatest treasure in the world, began. Roger had hidden this shortly before his execution. Since then, the Grandline has been inhabited by nasty and mean characters who lust for gold, wealth and power. Only one is somehow different. Once he ate the gum-gum fruit, now he'll make any enemy tremble with his gummy powers and murderous appetite – here comes Luffy, the future Pirate King!

Source : ProSieben MAXX Images: ©1999 Toei Animation Co., Ltd. ©Eiichiro Oda/Shueisha, Toei Animation

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