Recently The official Twitter account for both One Piece and Digimon has confirmed that it will air reruns until further notice.. The announcement was made a few days after Toei Animation reveals that it was the victim of an unauthorized intrusion into its private networks last March 6. This hack was responsible for the shutdown of the Toei network and apparently led to the corruption and deletion of files related to the production of some of the programs. In fact, the hack also forced Toei to shut down its online store and take its internal networks offline for several days while it investigated who was behind the incident. Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai and Delicious Party Precure were repeated for a week, however, it seems that the damage to the production schedules of One Piece and Digimon was much more serious than we thought, since the broadcasts of both series they will be suspended for a time that they have not yet specified.
What will happen after the temporary suspension of One Piece and Digimon?
The producers of one piece have advised that, while dealing with this problem, will broadcast a selection of the best episodes of the Wano Country arc. The long-running arc premiered in the anime in 2019 and is the fourth part of the larger Four Emperors Saga. Reruns will begin with the rebroadcast of the recap episode “Special Episode: Barto’s Secret Room” on March 20, instead of the originally scheduled 1015th episode of the series, “Straw Hat Luffy – The Man Who Lies”. will become pirate king.
On the other hand, Digimon: Ghost Game will air its first episode again on March 20, and has also announced plans to air reruns until further notice.
Toei Animation, a gigantic industry behind the most popular anime around the world
Toei Animation was founded in 1948 and is currently one of the oldest and most successful animation companies in Japan.. The studio has worked on numerous popular and influential series such as Mazinger Z, Dragon Ball, Saint Seiya, Sailor Moon, and Yu-Gi-Oh. Some of the animation that has been used in several well-known American cartoons, such as the original Transformers and the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, were the result of a subcontract with Toei in the 1980s and 1990s.
Although they have produced many of the biggest animated series in animation history, Toei is viewed with some antagonism by some fans, as the studio has built a reputation for taking a heavy-handed approach to defending its intellectual property rights online. In fact, the studio came under fire when it used copyright crackdowns to remove over 100 reviews and drawing tutorials from YouTuber Totally Not Mark. Although Toei eventually withdrew its claims, the incident caused a backlash towards the company and forced YouTube to implement new policies regarding the management of fair use protections on its platform.
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