On Thursday, the official website for the Boruto: Naruto Future Generations anime stated that the series’s 293rd episode on March 26 will be the final episode of “Part I.” The website also stated that production on “Part II” of the anime had begun.
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations is being broadcast on Hulu by Viz Media as it airs in Japan, and the anime is also available on Crunchyroll. The anime debuted in September 2018 on Adult Swim’s Toonami schedule. The anime is being released on home video by Viz Media.
The anime began the “Sasuke Retsuden” storyline earlier this year on January 8, adapting Jun Esaka’s Naruto: Sasuke’s Story—The Uchiha and the Heavenly Stardust (Sasuke Retsuden: Uchiha no Matsuei to Tenkyu no Hoshikuzu) spinoff novel. On February 12, the anime moved into the “Code” arc.
Boruto, along with his buddies, follows in his father’s footsteps in order to become a great ninja. Boruto is determined to make his own mark in the ninja world and live outside of his father’s shadow throughout their adventures. Naruto was a young shinobi with an insatiable desire to cause trouble.
Boruto episode 293 is expected to signal the end of Part 1 of the series. Yet, it has been discovered that a sequel is already in the works. According to sources, the next episode will show later this year, with rumors stating it will be between July and September.
A hiatus also creates a gap between the manga and the anime, which is especially crucial now that the anime has nearly caught up with the manga. Furthermore, seeing their favorite parts from the manga being adapted increases enthusiasm and makes fans feel even more gratified.