Lush forests and dense jungles in classic episodes from Pokémon the Series now being featured on Pokémon TV to celebrate the release of Pokémon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle

Special episodes of Pokémon the Series are now available on Pokémon TV. Read on below to learn more:

Ash Explores Jungles and Forests in Pokémon the Series on Pokémon TV

Celebrate the Netflix release of Pokémon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle with a collection of woodland-based episodes.

In the latest animated Pokémon film, Pokémon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle (now available to watch on Netflix), Ash and Pikachu befriend a young boy who was raised in the jungle by the Mythical Pokémon Zarude. But as you can now see on Pokémon TV, this isn’t the first time we see Ash and Pikachu adventure through wooded forests and dense jungles.

You can now watch a collection of classic Pokémon the Series episodes that feature adventures through some of the many tree-filled areas that can be found in the world of Pokémon. From encounters with fierce Ursaring to assisting a desperate Trevenant to a retrospective trip through the Winding Woods, there are plenty of exciting journeys amongst the foliage. You’ll even meet another young boy who was raised by wild Pokémon—this time, a pack of Kangaskhan!

Tune in to Pokémon TV for the next two weeks to relive these adventures on watch.pokemon.com or using the Pokémon TV mobile app, and be sure to check out Pokémon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle on Netflix.

Source: Pokemon.com

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