Bleach Episode 34
The episodes of the Bleach anime television series are based on Tite Kubo's original manga series of the same name. It is directed by Noriyuki Abe, produced by TV Tokyo, Dentsu and Pierrot, and was broadcast in Japan from October 5, 2004, to March 27, 2012. The series follows the adventures of high school student Ichigo Kurosaki who can see spirits and becomes a Soul Reaper, after assuming the duties of Soul Reaper Rukia Kuchiki.
Bleach Episode 34
Forty-five pieces of theme music are used for the episodes: Fifteen opening themes and thirty closing themes. Several CDs that contain the theme music and other tracks have been released by Studio Pierrot. As of January 23, 2013, all 366 episodes have been released by Aniplex in Japan in 88 DVD compilations. 32 DVD compilations of the English adaptation of the series have been released by Viz Media, and twenty six season boxsets have been released that contain all the seasons of the anime.
With so many fans attached to Bleach, demand for the show was higher than ever, and the studio chose to churn out filler episodes instead of going on hiatus. Today, Bleach is known in the anime community for its insane amount of non-canon content, and the scale of the overall series makes it difficult to know what to watch and what not.
As long-running favorites such as One Piece and Case Closed (also known as Detective Conan) sail past the thousand-episode mark, viewers marvel at the staying power of such anime. These are series that have been on the air for longer than some of their viewers have been alive, racking up episode counts into the hundreds or even thousands, to the point where it would take weeks to marathon just one of them.
Updated on January 25th, 2023 by Jordan Iacobucci: In the anime world, there are many series that may very well go on forever. As more and more beloved series pass the 1,000-episode threshold, fans of those shows are looking back and celebrating the many long-running anime that have renewed interest in the medium and carried on throughout the decades.
Bleach began its long run in 2004, going on to air for the next eight years before coming to an epic conclusion in 2012. By the time the anime came to an end, it had aired 366 episodes, becoming one of the longest-running anime series of all time. The show's legacy still lives on to this day through its brand-new sequel series, Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War.
Gintama is set in a world where aliens were the primary cultural influence over Edo Period Japan means that any ridiculous thing that could happen, will happen. These include a character turning into a gorilla after being bitten by one, a four-way swordfight over toilet paper, and one of the best beach episodes in anime, rounding out a 367-episode run over twelve years.
Korchikame: Tokyo Beat Cops has a tremendous backlog of episodes for new and old fans alike, with eight years of content to sift through. Ultimately, the series came to an end in 2004 with 373 episodes in total but has continued to produce new content in the form of nine television specials, the most recent of which aired in 2016.
Even without counting the sequel series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, which currently has 260 episodes, Naruto is one of the longest-running series of all time, with its second part, Naruto Shippuden, making up the bulk of its runtime. Naruto Uzumaki starts off as a lonely orphan with untapped potential and ends up majestically coming into his own as a great hero.
Of course, some could say that Naruto cheats a little in this category: much of its episode count is built up by filler episodes. While this filler is often maligned, some arcs have produced some of Naruto's best villains.
The series began its historic run in 1993, running for over 700 episodes over the span of fifteen years before coming to an end in 2008. This was, however, only the original series that came to an end, with successor series adding to the show's legacy, with a cumulative total of well over 1,000 episodes.
Chibi Maruko-chan is a must-watch single-season anime, but it may be harder to marathon than the average 12- or 24-episode season. With an episode count well into the thousands, it would take over three weeks to finish the whole thing.
Due to the main character's prominence in Japanese popular culture, Sorieke! Anpanman has enjoyed a lengthy run as a television series. Beginning its tenure in 1988, the series is still continuing to this very day, with over three decades' worth of storytelling and over 1,500 episodes.
The 1979 rendition of Doraemon ran for twenty-six years and aired over 1,700 episodes before coming to an end in 2005. Though the series is still far from the longest-running anime's episode count, the total amount of episodes in the entire Doraemon pantheon is over 3,000.
TNTTNT's blockbuster hit Rizzoli & Isles ranked as basic cable's #1 scripted program for the week. The episode has drawn 8.2 million viewers in Live + 3 delivery, a +3% increase over the prior week. In the demos, it has delivered 2.8 million adults 25-54 in Live + 3 (+4% vs. the prior week) and 2.3 million adults 18-49 (+2% vs. the prior week). TNT's new hit series Cold Justice has grown its premiere audience to more than 3.6 million viewers in Live + 3 delivery, a +24% boost over the show's Live + Same Day performance. Among key demos, the premiere has grown to 1.2 million adults 25-54 in Live + 3 (+30% vs. Live + Same Day) and 1.0 million adults 18-49 (+28% vs. L+SD). In Live + 7 viewing, TNT's Aug. 19 episode of Major Crimes topped out with 7.2 million viewers and 2.2 million adults 25-54. The Aug. 20 episode of Rizzoli & Isles scored 8.3 million viewers and 2.9 million adults 25-54 in Live + 7. And the Aug. 20 episode of Perception drew a Live + 7 delivery of 5.6 million viewers, including 2.1 million adults 25-54.Adult SwimContinuing its streak with young adults in Primetime, Adult Swim once again ranked #1 in Primetime among basic cable networks for average weekly delivery of adults 18-34. Compared to the same week in 2012, Primetime delivery increased by double digits across the board-adults 18-34 by 20%, adults 18-24 by 15%, adults 18-49 by 13%, men 18-24 by 19%, men 18-34 by 18% and men 18-49 by 14%. Adult Swim's Total Day delivery average also ranked #1 among adults 18-24, 18-34 & 18-49 and men 18-24 & 18-34 on basic cable this week. Compared to the same week in 2012, Total Day delivery also grew by double digits among all targeted demos: adults 18-24 by 19%, adults 18-34 by 21%, adults 18-49 by 16%, men 18-24 by 25%, men 18-34 by 18% and men 18-49 by 15%. The Emmy-winning Childrens Hospital new episode premiere (Thursday, 12 a.m.) ranked #1 in its time period among all targeted adults and men, while the NTSF:SD:SUV:: new episode premiere (12:15 a.m.) ranked #1 in its time period among adults 18-34/18-49 and all key men. Both premieres increased delivery by mostly double digits with all targeted adults and men vs. the same time period last year. On Sunday night, Aqua TV Show Show (12 a.m.) ranked #1 in its timeslot with all young adults and men 18-34, increasing delivery averages among these same demos. Squidbillies (12:15a) ranked #1 in its time period with all targeted adults as well. The Saturday TOONAMI premiere episodes of Bleach (12 a.m.) and Naruto (12:30 a.m.) ranked #1 in their respective timeslots with adults 18-24, while One Piece (1 a.m.), Soul Eater (1:30 a.m.), and Sword Art Online (2 a.m.) ranked #1 among adults 18-24 & men 18-24. All TOONAMI premieres were up by double and triple-digits with adults 18-34/18-49 and all targeted men demos vs. the same time period last year. Adult Swim programming accounted for 25 of the top 50 telecasts on basic cable for the week among adults 18-34 and men 18-34, both more than any other network.Cartoon Network Across the second week of September 2013, Cartoon Network ranked as television's #1 network for Early Prime (7-9 p.m.) delivery of boys 2-11, 6-11 & 9-14. Cartoon Network also scored as the #1 television network for all targeted boy demos on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Night (7-9p), #1 with boys 6-11 & 9-14 on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday Night. Monday Night's (7-9p) overall performance saw increases with kids & boys 9-14 (between 8-9%) vs. the same time last year. The original series premiere of Uncle Grandpa (Monday 8 p.m.) was the #1 telecast of the week among boys 6-11, #1 telecast of the day among boys 2-11& 6-11 and #1 in its time period among all boy demos. The new episode premiere of Regular Show (7:30 p.m.) also scored as the #1 telecast of the day among boys 9-14, and #1 in its time period among kids 9-14 and boys 6-11/9-14. The new episode premiere of Adventure Time (7 p.m.) ranked #1 in its time period with boys 6-11/9-14, while MAD (8:30p) was #1 among all boy demos. The Tuesday night new episode premiere of Teen Titans GO! (7:30 p.m.) was the #1 telecast of the day among boys 6-11 & 9-14, and #1 in its time period with kids 9-14 & all key boys. With the introduction of Pizza Steve Night, Friday Night overall scored across-the-board delivery gains among all targeted kids and boys vs. the time period last year. Delivery increases ranged between 2% and 9% among kids demos; and between 12% and 15% among boy demos. Saturday morning saw mostly double-digit increases among all kids and boy demos vs. the prior year. Pokémon BW: Adventures in Unova (8:30 a.m.) ranked as the #1 telecast of the day among boys 9-14, and episode premieres of Tenkai Knights (7:30 a.m.) and Beyblade: Shogun Steel (8 a.m.) ranked #1 in their respective time periods among boys 9-14. These programs also increased delivery by mostly double-digits with key kids and boys vs. the same time year ago. The new episode of Beware the Batman (10 a.m.) also grew delivery of kids 2-11 & 6-11, as well as boys 2-11 & 6-11, between 13% and 24%. TBSThe Big Bang Theory averaged 2.3 million viewers and 1.2 million adults 18-49 in primetime last week. The show also scored 18 of basic cable's Top 20 sitcom telecasts for the week among viewers and adults 18-49. truTVtruTV's hit series Lizard Lick Towing (Monday at 9 p. m.) drew 1.9 million viewers last week and ranked among cable's Top 5 entertainment programs in its timeslot with adults 18-49 (1 million) and men 18-49 (584,000). It also sparked truTV to a Top 10 ranking for the night in both demos. Hardcore Pawn (Tuesday at 9 p.m.) scored more than 2 million viewers and 847,000 adults 18-49. It ranked among basic cable's Top 5 programs in its timeslot among men 18-49 (411,000). Impractical Jokers (Thursday at 10 p.m.) grew over the previous week, averaging more than 1.4 million viewers (+5%) and 805,000 adults 18-49 (+6%). Growth was even more pronounced among adults 18-34 and men 18-34. Impractical Jokers ranked among basic cable's Top 5 programs in the timeslot with key demos, fueling truTV to a Top 10 ranking for the night. 041b061a72