Cartoon Network to premiere ‘One Piece’ manga series on May 5

Manga series ‘One Piece’ is set to make its debut in India in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam

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Cartoon Network to premiere ‘One Piece’ manga series on May 5

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Delhi: Cartoon Network on Tuesday announced the arrival of the manga series ‘One Piece’ with its ‘One Piece: Land of Wano Arc’ storyline for the first time on Indian Television in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam.

The channel is also set to air a series featuring the adventures of Luffy and the Straw Hats Pirates, beginning May 5 every Sunday at 1:00 pm, followed by airings Monday through Friday at 9:00 pm.

Talking about the show’s premiere, Uttam Pal Singh, Head of Kids Cluster, South Asia, Warner Bros. Discovery, said, “Cartoon Network has always taken the lead in offering its viewers original and widely recognised stories and our anime slate is a true reflection of that. We have received a great deal of love and support from our fans in the last two years, and we are thrilled to bring another gem for all anime aficionados and Cartoon Network fans with the incredible storytelling and experience of “One Piece: Land of Wano Arc” from the sprawling ‘One Piece’ universe. The show’s universal themes of bravery, friendship, and never-die attitude perfectly complements Cartoon Network's guiding principles.”

“The series with regional dubs in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam will be seen by millions of anime lovers across India while taking fans of Cartoon Network on an exciting and thrilling voyage,” he added. 

Produced by anime studio Toei Animation and based on the manga by creator Eiichiro Oda, One Piece is set to be a sea tale chronicling the escapades of Monkey D. Luffy, a pirate with an unflinching drive to become the pirate king. Together, Luffy and Straw Hat Pirates forge a path through hardships and experiences during their  journey.

The voiceover artists for the Hindi version feature Vaibhav Thakkar as Luffy, Kaith Handa as Usopp, Nikita Salaskar as Chopper, Pragati Kothari as Robin, and more. 


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