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|Provider||The Pokémon Company International|
|Launched|| November 2010 (Website);|
February 12, 2013 (Application)
|Service provided||Video streaming of Pokémon episodes|
|Accessible by||Internet, Application|
|Website|| American website|
United Kingdom website
- If you were looking for the segment that occurs after XY&Z saga episodes, see Poké TV.
Pokémon TV is a free video service provided by The Pokémon Company International that provides select episodes of the Pokémon anime to viewers. It was first accessible to users in November 2010. Episodes are divided by series or by seasons with the viewable episodes being rotated out over time. It can be viewed through the internet with a web browser or by downloading the free "Pokémon TV" app on the App Store for iOS (with Chromecast support) and tvOS (Apple TV 4th generation), on Google Play for Android (with Chromecast support), on the Amazon Appstore for the Amazon Fire TV, and on the Roku Channel Store for Roku devices.
Pokémon TV is available both in the official Pokémon website and as an app in a total of 12 languages: English (United States and United Kingdom), French, German, Italian, European Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, and Swedish. Episodes on the service are divided into a number of categories:
- The Beginning and Gold and Silver, which feature episodes from the original series
- A category for each of the other 5 series
- A category for the currently airing season
- A category each for Pokémon Origins and Pokémon Generations
- Special categories which are only available for a limited time.
Not every category is available in all languages.
The series-based categories make up 7 of the available categories. For these categories, each week, there are ten episodes available for each series. Every Friday, they are rotated, removing the earliest five episodes and adding the next five.
Pokémon the Series: The Beginning includes all dubbed episodes from Pokémon - I Choose You! to The Rivalry Revival, with the exception of Beauty and the Beach, Holiday Hi-Jynx, Stage Fight!, and The Mandarin Island Miss Match. This series has been fully rotated in English, French, German, Italian, European Spanish, Dutch, and Brazilian Portuguese. In Danish, only the episodes from seasons 1 and 2 are rotated, while in Finnish, Norwegian, and Swedish, only the episodes from season 1 are rotated.
Gold and Silver
Pokémon the Series: Gold and Silver includes all dubbed episodes from Don't Touch That 'dile to Hoenn Alone!. This series has been fully rotated in English, French, German, Italian, European Spanish, Dutch, and Brazilian Portuguese.
Ruby and Sapphire
Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire includes all dubbed episodes from Get the Show On the Road! to Home is Where the Start Is!. This series has been fully rotated in English, French, German, Italian, European Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, and Swedish. In Finnish, only the episodes from seasons 8 and 9 are rotated, while in Norwegian, only the episodes from season 9 are rotated.
Diamond and Pearl
Black and White
Pokémon the Series: XY includes all dubbed episodes from Kalos, Where Dreams and Adventures Begin! to The Legend of X, Y, and Z!. This series has been fully rotated in English, French, German, Italian, European Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian, Russian, and Swedish. In Brazilian Portuguese, the episodes from seasons 17 and 18 are rotated with the series, and season 19 is available on a separate section, with one episode being removed and another one added each week.
Sun & Moon
Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon includes all dubbed episodes from Alola to New Adventure! to When Regions Collide!. Later episodes are not included, as they are part of the category for the currently-airing season.
Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon — Ultra Adventures is being rotated differently than the series-based categories. It has included all dubbed episodes from A Dream Encounter! to the most recently available episode. In English, French, German, Italian, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, and Swedish, one episode is being removed and one added each Friday. In Russian, one episode is being added each Friday. And in European Spanish, only the first two episodes of this series are available.
Pokémon Origins and Pokémon Generations
Currently, Pokémon Origins is available in English, French, German, Italian, and European Spanish, and Pokémon Generations is available in English, French, German, Italian, European Spanish, Dutch, and Brazilian Portuguese. Both miniseries are available in their entirety.
Movies, special episodes, and selections of episodes are also made available in the service for a limited time.
One Pokémon movie is made available for one or two weeks per month in release order, with the exception of Pokémon Heroes: Latios & Latias, Jirachi: Wish Maker, and Destiny Deoxys, whose rights are owned by Miramax Films. In English, French, German, Italian, and European Spanish, movies 1-4 and 8-19 are available. In Danish and Swedish, movies 2-4 and 10-18 are available. In Dutch and Russian, movie 1-3 and 8-18 are available. In Finnish, movies 1-4, 10-12, and 14-18 are available. In Norwegian, movies 1-4 and 10-18 are available. In Brazilian Portuguese, movies 1-4, 8-10, and 12-18 are available.
Other special categories are available for limited times, to mark special events or to air particular special episodes.
Currently, two additional categories are available: Trick Channel and Treat Channel, to mark Halloween.
The Trick Channel features eight episodes: The Tower of Terror, Illusion Confusion!, Take This House and Shuppet, Get Your Rotom Running!, Scare at the Litwick Mansion!, Scary Hospitality!, Loading the Dex! and A Shivering Shovel Search!.
The Treat Channel features nine episodes: Now That's Flower Power!, Pokéblock, Stock, and Berry, Cooking Up a Sweet Story!, Hungry for the Good Life!, A Battle by Any Other Name!, Performing with Fiery Charm!, The Sun, the Scare, the Secret Lair!, Racing to a Big Event! and Tasting the Bitter with the Sweet!.
|Version||Release date||Official note|
|1||February 8, 2013||N/A|
|1.0.21||March 1, 2013||This release includes bug fixes and performance enhancements.|
|1.1||December 3, 2013||This release includes localization, bug fixes and performance enhancements.|
|1.1.1||December 26, 2013||This release includes localization, bug fixes and performance enhancements.|
|1.1.2||January 26, 2014||This release includes localization, bug fixes and performance enhancements.|
|1.1.8||March 25, 2014||The latest version removes the Location Services requirement.|
|1.1.9||August 6, 2015||The new Pokémon TV app is now Google Cast™-enabled for Chromecast.|
|1.2.0||October 19, 2015||Bug Fixes - iOS9|
|2.0||April 20, 2016||
Stay Up to Date with Push Notifications!
|2.0.1||June 10, 2016||Bug fixes|
|2.0.2||August 2, 2016||Bug fixes.|
|2.1.0||March 2, 2017||Bug fixes|
|2.2.0||November 7, 2017||
• Improved notifications
|3.0||February 20, 2019||Pokémon TV has a new and dynamic look and feel to help our fans find and play their favorite Pokémon episodes. The app now offers cross-device syncing with login and Pokémon TV is now available in 12 new languages.|
|1.0.17||March 15, 2013||
|1.1.12||December 4, 2013||
|1.2.2||March 25, 2014||
|1.2.4||August 6, 2015||
|2.0.0||April 20, 2016||
|2.0.1||June 9, 2016||
|2.0.2||August 1, 2016||
|2.2.0||November 7, 2017||
|2.3.0||June 29, 2018||(This release is only for Android TV devices.)|
|3.0.0||February 20, 2019|
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