Ultraman official English YouTube channel will launch Ultraman Arc dub
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Official Ultraman English Dub YouTube Channel Appears

Tsuburaya has launched the official English YouTube channel for the Ultraman live-action tokusatsu show series. The company will use this channel to host new English dub versions of the shows, starting with Ultraman Arc.

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For additional context, Ultraman Arc is the newest series entry as of 2024, and it will air first on Japanese television on Saturday, July 6, 2024, at 9 AM JST. Since that translates to Friday, July 5, 2024, at 8 PM ET in the US, the English dub version will premiere right after the original Japanese version has aired.

Tsuburaya has also uploaded an official English dub trailer for Ultraman Arc on the new channel:

This English channel is the first dedicated official channel Tsuburaya created to reach out to its Western audience. It previously used the original Japanese channel to host English dubs of earlier titles like Ultraman Blazar and Ultraman Z.

The company had earlier launched multiple channels tailored to people around Asia. Other than Japanese, Tsuburaya also set up official channels in Standard Chinese, Taiwanese Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Thai, Indonesian, Malay, and Hindi.

Tsuburaya had previously worked with Production I.G. and Netflix to release an anime version of the live-action tokusatsu series on the latter platform. The third and last season of the anime launched in 2023. The whole anime series is still available to watch on Netflix worldwide.

The official Ultraman English YouTube channel will launch the first dubbed episode of Ultraman Arc on Friday, July 5, 2024, at 8:30 PM ET / 5:30 PM PT.

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