One Piece anime to air on Cartoon Network India in Hindi, release date and where to watch

One Piece anime to air on Cartoon Network India in Hindi, release date and where to watch

Thanks to Cartoon Network, One Piece fans in India are getting the fortunate opportunity to embark on the perilous seas of the Grand Line once more but a release date isn’t known yet

With anime like Naruto, Dragon Ball series, Digimon, and many others, Cartoon Network brought a bunch of unforgettable memories in the past and made our childhoods much better. Now, the network is ready to have the Straw Hat Pirates embark on the Cartoon Network India channel. Know about the release of the One Piece anime.

One Piece to air on Cartoon Network India in Hindi, release date and where to watch

In an Instagram post, Cartoon Network India teased fans with a picture of the famous Luffy’s Straw Hat and said, “Guess what’s sailing to Cartoon Network India?” This means that the One Piece anime is coming to the Cartoon Network India channel but the date for when the show will start airing hasn’t been announced yet.

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One Piece anime release language

It is almost sure that the One Piece anime will be available in various regional languages like Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, and Marathi. The One Piece anime is super popular due to the success of the manga, anime series, and live-action adaptation. Plus, there’s a new version of the anime in the works.

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So, if you haven’t started watching One Piece yet, now’s the perfect time to dive in. We’ve witnessed Netflix and Crunchyroll making significant investments in One Piece content. Now, Cartoon Network India is jumping aboard the pirate ship and will introduce the One Piece anime to a new generation of fans. Are you excited to either rewatch or start your journey with One Piece on Cartoon Network?

Between 2006 and 2007, Cartoon Network India aired both the 4Kids English and a Hindi dubbed version of One Piece. Originally planned for weekdays, it ran until the conclusion of the Arlong Park Arc before being taken off the schedule. It later came back on Saturdays and Sundays, showing four episodes each day, but was stopped after Episode 82. The Hindi version had heavily edited dialogues, and the show was said to be cancelled because it wasn’t very popular.

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