Legendary Pokémon now feature in Pokémon movies and episodes on Pokémon TV to celebrate the launch of The Crown Tundra

Legendary Pokémon are now being featured in Pokémon movies and episodes on Pokémon TV to celebrate the launch of The Crown Tundra. Read on below to learn more:

Watch Legendary Pokémon in Movies and Episodes on Pokémon TV

See some of the coolest and most powerful Pokémon of all time as they clash in a variety of epic animated adventures.

It’s always exciting to see Legendary Pokémon in action, which you can do now in The Crown Tundra, the second half of the Pokémon Sword Expansion Pass and the Pokémon Shield Expansion Pass for Nintendo Switch. To commemorate the release of this new chapter in your journey through the Galar region, we’ve assembled a collection of Pokémon movies and classic Pokémon the Series episodes on Pokémon TV that highlight these incredible Legendary Pokémon.

You’ll watch Ash, Pikachu, and their friends cross paths with these powerful Pokémon in some of their most thrilling adventures ever. There are plenty of Legendary Pokémon to see in this marathon, so tune in to Pokémon TV for the next two weeks and enjoy! Remember that you can watch Pokémon TV here on watch.pokemon.com or by using the Pokémon TV mobile app, and you can learn more about Legendary Pokémon by checking out our spotlight article on the subject. And remember, you can encounter even more Legendary Pokémon in The Crown Tundra, available now as part of the Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield Expansion Pass.

Source: Pokemon.com

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