Beyblade Burst Turbo Listed With October 7 Premiere on Canada's Teletoon

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Teletoon premiered Beyblade Burst in 2016, Beyblade Burst Evolution last November

The TV Passport television schedule site is listing a premiere for Beyblade Burst Turbo, the English version of Beyblade Burst Chōzetsu, on the Canadian television channel Teletoon for October 7. Teletoon's website only lists the show as Beyblade Burst, but includes the episode title "Time to go Turbo!"

Beyblade Burst Chōzetsu, the third and most recent Beyblade Burst series, premiered in Japan on April 2, and it is currently airing. d-rights is listing the series with 51 episodes.

d-rights describes the story:

Aiger Akabane is a wild child, who grew up surrounded by nature. Inspired by a chance Bey battle with Valt Aoi, Aiger sets his sights on becoming an invincible Blader with the help of his Turbo Bey, Z Achilles.

Battling powerful opponents and seeking strength; Aiger sets out to defeat Valt and claim the title of World Champion. Here begins Aiger's tale of epic adventures and fierce battles on his way to the top.

The main staff for the previous series returns at OLM. Ryōsuke Sasaki of the band a flood of circle is performing the opening theme song "Chōzetsu Muteki Blader!" and Shun Kusakawa is performing the ending theme song "BEY-POP."

The first Beyblade Burst anime premiered in Japan in April 2016, followed by the Beyblade Burst God (Beyblade Burst Evolution) "second season" in April 2017.

The Beyblade Burst anime began airing on Canada's Teletoon channel in September 2016, and then premiered on Disney XD for two weeks in December 2016. Daisuki began streaming the series with English subtitles later in December 2016, and English-dubbed episodes are available digitally via Disney XD's digital platforms and the Beyblade Burst YouTube channel.

d-rights' U.S. subsidiary Sunrights announced in October 2017 that it has licensed Beyblade Burst Evolution to Disney XD in the United States and Corus Entertainment's Teletoon and Disney XD channels in Canada. The series premiered on Teletoon in November and on Disney XD in December.

Thanks to Kyle Miller for the news tip.

Sources: Teletoon, TV Passport via I Miss Bionix, ToonBarn

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