"Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" is set to follow the highly-successful "Naruto" television series which aired its final episode on March 23. The "Naruto" anime was first seen in October 2002. But while the first series ended in 2007, it was followed by the long-staying "Naruto Shippuden" series which lasted for 14 and a half years.
Fans of the "Naruto" series are sad about its end, but almost everyone watched out for the last broadcast of the series. They now all look forward to the start of the new "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" anime series. After all, this new entertainment is a good reminder of "Naruto Shippuden", according to Comicbook.
"Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" replaces the well-loved "Naruto Shippuden" series. The Japanese manga "Naruto" narrates the adventures of the ninja Naruto Uzumaki in order to fulfill his dream of becoming the Hokage, known as the strongest leader in the ninja village. With 220 episodes of "Naruto" and more than 400 episodes of Shippuden, fans can look forward to spending hundreds of episodes more of the anime with the next generation series.
The "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" series will take off from the story of Naruto Uzumaki and his wife Hinata Hyuga. The new series will tell the story of his son Boruto and his teacher Konohamaru Sarutobi who formed an elite team with Boruto and several others including Sasuke and Sarada.
Despite the revelation that the "Naruto Shippuden" series will be replaced by the "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations", fans still could not get over the thought that Naruto would die after becoming the 7th Hokage. They will, however, get more idea about the new series by looking back at Boruto's own movie. Fans will realize that Boruto will be me much stronger than his father.
Anticipation is in the air as "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" is set to air at JST on TV Tokyo on April 5, 5:55 p.m. Diehard fans of "Naruto Shippuden" are, however, not expecting that the new series will be able to live up to the fame set by the original manga, according to Daisaka. But who knows, there are lots of possibilities out there and Boruto could be the next superstar anime.