Rumor: Dragon Ball Super TV Series Might Be Back

Dragon Ball Super the TV series finished in 2018 but we got a Broly movie shortly afterward. Now it looks like the TV series will be coming back later this year.

While no official announcements have been made, the TV series' return has been reported by Dragon Ball YouTuber Geekdom101.

It looks like it will occupy its old time slot on Fuji TV and the reason the TV series is back is thanks to the popularity of the franchise.

It's also rumored the series will be back as soon as July 7th, 2019.

The TV series has been in production as early as October 2018 and an official announcement is due to be made in April 2019 for Dragon Ball Z's 30th anniversary.

Details are scarce at the moment, but nobody knows if the TV series will retell the events of the Broly movie.

Hopefully the events are after the Broly movie so we can see something new. It was kind of boring seeing the Battle of Gods and Resurrection F sagas retold in the original Dragon Ball Super broadcast in 2015.

Hopefully we will have more details about Dragon Ball Super's return to our airwaves very soon. Many people from around the world would love to see the TV series back on weekly television.

Anyway, you can check out Geekdom101's initial report in the YouTube video posted down below.

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