Pokémon Evolutions episode 5 “The Rival” featuring the Sinnoh region will be released on December 2, 2021

A new eight-episode web-exclusive animated series called Pokémon Evolutions has been announced. Read on below to learn more:

The Plan 📝 | Pokémon Evolutions: Episode 4

A sinister plot that manipulates both people and Pokémon has been realized!

All of Ghetsis’s schemes are falling into place, but what does that mean for the fate of the Unova region? Tune in for Episode 4 of Pokémon Evolutions to find out!

Watch Episode 4 of Pokémon Evolutions, Now on Pokémon TV and YouTube

“The Plan” reveals what Ghetsis has been plotting in the Unova region.

You can now watch the fourth episode of the Pokémon Evolutions animated series on Pokémon TV and the official Pokémon YouTube channel.

This episode, titled “The Plan,” is set in the Unova region, which was first explored in Pokémon Black and Pokémon White. The action follows Team Plasma leader Ghetsis, who has been manipulating both people and Pokémon in a plot to realize his twisted ambitions. Now that his schemes are falling into place, the fate of the Unova region will be determined.

The next episode of Pokémon Evolutions is scheduled to debut on December 2, 2021. Don’t forget to check Pokemon.com so you don’t miss future installments of this animated journey through the many regions that make up the Pokémon world.

Source: Pokemon.com


Eight-Episode, Web-Exclusive Series Premieres Sept. 9

The Pokémon Company International recently announcedPokémon Evolutions,” a new, limited animated series created to celebrate 25 years of the global entertainment franchise. A trailer for “Pokémon Evolutions” was released today and can be viewed here.

The eight-episode series will take fans on a journey through all the known regions of the Pokémon world explored in the popular core video game franchise since it launched 25 years ago. Throughout 2021, The Pokémon Company International has invited fans on a retrospective journey of these regions and the Pokémon originally discovered in them. Like the retrospective, the series will begin in the Galar region, most recently explored in the latest video games Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield, and culminate in the Kanto region, originally explored by players in the first games from the franchise, Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green in 1996. Each episode will focus on a story from a different region in reverse chronological order from which they were first explored in the games: Galar, Alola, Kalos, Unova, Sinnoh, Hoenn, Johto, and Kanto. Familiar tales from Pokémon lore will be told from a fresh perspective in every episode.

“‘Pokémon Evolutions’ is both an exciting new collection of animation for the brand and a thank-you to the millions of fans around the world who have joined us on this journey over the past 25 years,” said Colin Palmer, vice president of marketing for The Pokémon Company International. “Each region has been a touchstone for new generations of Pokémon Trainers as the brand has grown, and we wanted ‘Pokémon Evolutions’ to pay homage to that legacy while also being innovative and contemporary. It’s a new adventure and familiar all at once. And, with the last episode set in Kanto, ‘Pokémon Evolutions’ is a meaningful way to end our anniversary celebrations in the place where it all began for Pokémon 25 years ago.”

“Pokémon Evolutions” is being produced by The Pokémon Company International in collaboration with OLM Studios and will premiere exclusively on the official Pokémon YouTube channel and Pokémon TV worldwide on the following dates:

  • Thursday, Sept. 9: “The Champion” featuring the Galar region
  • Thursday, Sept. 23: “The Eclipsefeaturing the Alola region
  • Thursday, Oct. 7: “The Visionaryfeaturing the Kalos region
  • Thursday, Oct. 21: “The Planfeaturing the Unova region
  • Thursday, Dec. 2: “The Rival” featuring the Sinnoh region
  • Thursday, Dec. 9: “The Wish” featuring the Hoenn region
  • Thursday, Dec. 16: “The Show” featuring the Johto region
  • Thursday, Dec. 23: “The Discovery” featuring the Kanto region

For more information about Pokémon’s 25th anniversary celebrations, fans can visit Pokemon.com/25 and join the conversation online with #Pokemon25.

Source: The Pokémon Company International

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