The Voice Of Goku Hopes Dragon Ball Super Returns Back On TV

Dragon Ball Super the TV series has now finished thanks to the epic conclusion that aired last Sunday.

While we know a movie based on the series is out in December 2018, plans are still unclear if the show will continue on TV ever again.

Well the voice actress for Goku (Masako Nozawa) talked with Japanese website Natalie about her personal ambitions for the show's future. Kotaku translated the interview and you can see what she had to say down below. 

“We finished recording the last Dragon Ball Super and...even now I’m filled with emotion. For now, the TV anime is taking a short break, and there’s also a movie coming this December. My hope is that the TV [anime] begins again while those memories still linger."

That said, Toei Animation has yet to officially confirm if the TV series will ever continue in the near future.

Given how popular the series is, it is a no brainer for them to at least consider continuing the franchise to explore more of the new characters that were introduced in the Tournament of Power saga.

She also said that Dragon Ball is likely going to live on forever thanks to many generations loving the franchise.

Many people that grew up watching the series are now introducing their own kids to be interested in the franchise now.

For now, we just have to look forward to the new movie that will see Goku facing up against another new and mysterious looking enemy.

We should know more details about the upcoming movie later this year so stay tuned for all the latest updates!

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