You can now tune in to Pokémon TV to catch Team Rocket’s infamous Pokémon catching schemes in classic episodes of Pokémon the Series

Team Rocket members Jessie, James and Meowth are now being featured in Pokémon the Series on Pokémon TV. Read on below to learn more:

Team Rocket Causes Trouble in the Unova Region in Pokémon the Series on Pokémon TV

Watch Ash and company try to thwart the plans of Jessie, James, and Meowth as Team Rocket makes mischief in these classic episodes.

Pokémon GO players are getting an extra dose of Unova region goodness right now thanks to the third week of Ultra Unlock festivities. And, of course, the villainous Team GO Rocket also tried to take over Pokémon GO Fest recently. Combine that with the unexpected arrival of a mysterious Meowth-shaped balloon in Pokémon GO, and this is the perfect time to relive some of Team Rocket’s most nefarious capers in the Unova region on Pokémon TV.

This collection of classic episodes of Pokémon the Series features the troublesome trio of Jessie, James, and Meowth once again out to swipe Ash’s Pikachu, but they also have plans to power a mecha by exploiting Roggenrola, steal Water-type Pokémon by entering a fishing competition, capture ancient Pokémon with the help of a stolen Cover Fossil, and more. There’s even a special six-episode story arc where Meowth abandons Team Rocket and joins up with Ash and his friends. But does the devious Pokémon have ulterior motives behind his sudden betrayal?

You can find out Meowth’s true intentions and see all sorts of wild schemes by tuning in to Team Rocket’s Unova Region Hijinks on Pokémon TV for the next two weeks. Remember that you can watch Pokémon TV here on watch.pokemon.com or using the Pokémon TV mobile app.

Source: Pokemon.com

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