Toei To Resume Broadcasting Delayed Anime Episodes From April 16

The episodes of One Piece, Dragon Quest, Digimon and Pretty Cure were delayed indefinitely after the website hack.

Toei Animation announced that they will resume broadcasting the episodes of the four anime series, whose schedules were affected due to an unauthorized access by a third party on March 6, 2022 on Toei’s website.

The affected anime, Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai, Digimon Ghost Game, One Piece and Delicious Party Pretty Cure, will start airing sequentially from April 16, 2022.

The official twitter page of Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai announced that the show will resume broadcast with episode 73 titled “Hope in the Flame” on Saturday, April 16. The anime will rebroadcast episode 72 titled “The Final Blow” on April 9.

Similarly, the official twitter pages of Digimon Ghost Game and Delicious Party Pretty Cure also announced that the anime would resume with episode 22 and episode 6 respectively on April 17, 2022.

One Piece anime will also resume airing on April 17, starting with episode 1014 titled “Marco’s Tears! The Bonds of the Whitebeard Pirates”. One Piece episode 1013 titled “Yamato’s Past A Man Aiming at the Heads of the Four Emperors” will be rebroadcast on Sunday, April 10.

Toei Animation announced on March 7, 2022 that its internal network was illegally accessed by a third party. As a precaution, the company had shut down its online shop to block any access from outside and stopped a part of the website.

This also affected the airing of multiple series produced by Toei Animation starting March 20, 2022.

Toei Animation Co., Ltd. is a Japanese animation studio primarily controlled by its namesake Toei Company. It has produced numerous series, including Sally the Witch, GeGeGe no Kitarō (2018), Mazinger Z, Galaxy Express 999, Dr. Slump, Dragon Ball, Saint Seiya, Sailor Moon, Slam Dunk, Digimon, One Piece, Toriko, The Transformers (between 1984–1990, including several Japanese exclusive productions) and the Precure series.

Source: Oricon

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