Thursday, May 18, 2017

Nickelodeon Switzerland And Nickelodeon Austria To Premiere "Beyblade Burst" On Saturday 8th July 2017

Nickelodeon Northern Europe has announced the super news that Nickelodeon Switzerland and Nickelodeon Austria will start to premiere and show Beyblade Burst, the first season of the Beyblade Burst series, the eighth season of the Beyblade anime series overall, succeeding the Metal Saga, from Saturday 8th July 2017 at 10:15 Uhr!


Welcome to the world of BEYBLADE BURST; this television series is the story of a group of passionate Bladers who follow their dreams on an unforgettable journey to the top. Valt Aoi is a fifth-grade elementary school student who is crazy about Beyblade. Valt's best friend since childhood, Shu Kurenai, is hailed as a Beyblade prodigy and has already been named as one of the National Beyblade Tournament's Final Four. Inspired by Shu's accomplishments, Valt sets his sights on reaching this year's national tournament. But to get to the big leagues, he must first emerge victorious from the district tournament - no easy feat, given the tough opponents standing in his way. Determined to win, Valt aims to make it to the championship, where he hopes to battle Shu and move on to the national tournament. As he battles, Valt broadens his circle of friends and reaches new heights. Without even realizing it, he has begun to dream of becoming the "World's #1 Blader", the best Blader in the world!


Beyblade Burst (Japanese: ベイブレードバースト? Hepburn: Beiburēdo Bāsuto) is a Japanese Manga and toyline created by Hiro Morita, originally based on Takara Tomy's Beyblade franchise. The third generation of the popular Beyblade franchise after the Metal Fight saga, the toyline launched on July 15, 2015 while the original manga was serialized in Shogakukan's Shōnen magazine CoroCoro Comic in August 2015 and is currently compiled into three tankōbon volumes. A official app to accompany the toyline was also launched. The anime adaptation by OLM, Inc. debuted on the Japanese television network TXN on April 4, 2016. Beyblade Burst is comprised of 51 episodes. A sequel to Beyblade Burst, Beyblade Burst God, launched on TXN stations in Japan on April 4, 2017.


Beyblade Burst God continues the story of Valt Aoi, who participated in the Japanese Championship, and was scouted for the prestigious Spanish team "BC Sol". With their sights set on the world, Valt and his friends head out to Spain and begin their challenge for the World League. However, in order to qualify for the World League, they must first win the European League. Will Valt be able to take BC Sol to the World League? And can he defeat the world's strongest Bladers? Valt's story of fierce battling and growth begins as he sets his sights to the top of the world!


H/T: Nick News (Germany); Additional sources: Beyblade Wiki, Wikipedia (I, II), Hasbro.com, IMDb, World Beyblade Organization.
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