We’re now well into the exhilarating second cour of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War, aptly subtitled “The Separation”. Season 2 Part 2 kicked off with Ichigo undergoing rigorous training sessions under the guidance of none other than the formidable Captain of Squad 0, Ichibe Hyōsube. Simultaneously, Yhwach’s declaration of Uryū as his successor stirred unrest among the Sternritters while revealing his audacious plan to reclaim the world in just nine days.
As we hurtle towards the climactic episodes of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Season 2, Part 2, an all-out conflict has erupted between Soul Reapers and Soldats, resulting in the tragic loss of valiant combatants on both sides. Ichigo, freshly empowered from his training, emerges as a formidable force of war, leaving fans astounded by his newfound strength.
In Episode 24, the suspense reaches its zenith as Yhwach and his formidable soldiers launch a full-scale assault on the Royal Palace with the intent of capturing the enigmatic Soul King. Subsequently, Urahara, the strategic mastermind, dispatches Ichigo, Orihime, Chad, Yoruichi, and Ganju Shiba to the Royal Palace, only for them to fall into a trap.
Yhwach, never one to be outsmarted for long, employs his trump card to make a direct beeline for Hyōsube’s palace, the enigmatic Captain of Squad 0. With Bleach back in action, the stakes are higher than ever.
‘Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War’ season 2 episodes 25 and 26 release date and time!
Episodes 25 and 26 are poised to serve as the two-part finale, picking up the narrative from this pivotal point. They are set to be released together on Saturday, September 30, 2023. Viewers in the United States can catch the finale at 7:30 a.m. PT / 9:30 a.m. CT / or 10:30 a.m. ET.
For your convenience, here’s a detailed list to help you set a reminder according to your time zone:
– Pacific Standard Time: 7:30 am, Saturday
– Mountain Daylight Time: 8:30 am, Saturday
– Central Daylight Time: 9:30 am, Saturday
– Eastern Standard Time: 10:30 am, Saturday
– Brasilia Time: 11:30 am, Saturday
– Greenwich Mean Time: 2:30 pm, Saturday
– British Summer Time: 3:30 pm, Saturday
– Central European Summer Time: 4:30 pm, Saturday
– Indian Standard Time: 8:00 pm, Saturday
As announced by Viz Media in October 2022, Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War won’t be available for streaming on the usual anime platform Crunchyroll. Instead, the series can be streamed on Hulu in the United States and on Disney Plus for international viewers. If you’re already following TYBW, you likely have a subscription. However, for those looking to embark on this adventure, a Hulu subscription is available for $7.99/month, and Disney Plus basic starts at the same rate, with an option for an ad-free plan at $10.99/month.