Gotta Catch ‘Em All!
After years of struggling to find episodes of Pokémon, there’s finally some good news for Pokémon fans in the UK. The eastern world has seen a lot of this Anime, be it Pokémon Go Game or any other difficult Pokémon games, the name has always peaked interest in all its forms. Now, with its recent launch in the UK, many will stream Pokémon & its episodes on BBC iPlayer.
Pokémon is the highest-grossing media franchise of all time. Its craze is still among the youngsters who have grown watching Pokémon. The slogan ‘Gotta Catch ‘Em All!’ is stitched to the memories, and now BBC is bringing all of it to Britain.
It got announced by the official account of Pokémon UK on Twitter that Pokémon is all set for its debut on BBC iPlayer. But that’s not it! BBC is going to bring more of Pokémon into the British market and we have talked all about it.
Just one Pokémon series? Nah! After making you wait for so many years, BBC is bringing a lot of fun on to stream on iPlayer. Let’s move on to the next section and see what else is BBC up to.
Stream Pokémon on BBC iPlayer Now!!!
iPlayer is a VOD service of BBC. The platform has many amazing shows like Sherwood, Chloe, This is Going To Hurt, and a lot more. Soon it would become one of the best streaming services in UK.
Since the platform was VOD, it means a lot of users had demanded Pokémon. That’s why BBC has considered their request and brought Pokémon series and movies. Not just that, two different story arcs have been acquired by BBC for its viewers.
This is the first time in the history of BBC that a Pokemon show would be broadcasted on their platform. All the adventures of Ash and Pikachu will be streamed on your screens. What more could you any Anime fan ask for?
Both Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl and Pokémon the Series: Black & White with their 189 and 142 episodes could be streamed on BBC iPlayer from August 2. Along with these Pokémon: The Rise of Darkrai and Giratina and the Sky Warrior.
Don’t you wonder why just now? BBC could have done it later or earlier! This sudden debut of Pokémon on iPlayer is because of a big occasion. This August, The Pokémon Company International is celebrating its 25th anniversary. So the anniversary brought good news for Pokémon fans in the UK.
No one would have thought the adventures of Ash and Pikachu would bring the east and west together. A ten-year-old The series has an IMDb rating of 7.5.
The company has aced not just in its series and movies but also in the gaming area. In fact, The Pokémon Company International has won the Game of the Year award in 2021 given by the Toy of the Year Awards.
Where can you Watch Pokémon For Free?
The question is asked by many but its answer is simple. If you want to watch Pokémon legally then you would have to use platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ Hotstar, or you can stream it on online sites. But you would also need to pay there.
The only way you can watch Pokémon for free is through Telegram channels. You can definitely find some channels on Telegram that have Pokémon movies and series available to download. But that might not work all the time. It is recommended you buy the subscription from a dedicated platform for the best streaming services.
Pokémon has been on-demand on BBC iPlayer for quite a long time now. But that has been solved by BBC as it has brought all the Pokémon arcs with movies, series, and OVAs to the online platform.
Pokémon Fans in the UK would be more than happy to hear this news. If you are from the UK then let us know how big you are a fan of the Pokémon series. Tell us in the comment section below now.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Pokemon’s real name?
Pokémon is the short name for Pocket Monsters.
Is Pokemon still popular?
Pokemon is pretty popular, even more than it was before. The franchise is expanding day by day and now it is ever being available on iPlayer for UK fans.
How old is Pikachu?
Our favorite Pokemon i.e. Pikachu is 20 years old.
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