Bleach is finally returning to the small screens, and fans are hyped for its big anime comeback this fall. Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War will adapt the final arc of Tite Kubo's popular shonen manga series, but many fans in the U.S. and other regions are still wondering where they can stream the new episodes.
With only less than two weeks before its premiere, Bleach has yet to announce an official streaming home for its final arc. Over on Twitter, Viz Media, the official licensor of the shonen franchise, addressed the situation.
The update comes from Viz Media's official page, where the publisher responded to a fan who asked for their help in identifying the streaming home for Bleach. However, it turned out Viz couldn't reveal the answer yet. "We can not [help]," the tweet said. "We're sorry, our child."
Crunchyroll's calendar doesn't include Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War, so we might not see the adaptation of the shonen's final arc in its streaming service despite being one of anime's biggest in streaming, so for now, it's still unclear where the anime will be available to stream stateside.
It looks like there is something keeping the publisher silent about Bleach, but fans should find out soon. It was recently reported that the anime will be available to stream on Disney Plus but won't be available for simulcast. However, nothing has been officially confirmed yet.
Epicstream will update you with the latest news on where you can stream Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War. You can check out our streaming guide for Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War for the latest updates, and check out everything we know about the anime.