Pokémon in Ukraine
|Pokémon in Ukraine|
|Original anime airdates|
The Pokémon franchise first reached Ukraine with the first broadcast of Покемон, я обираю тебе! in 2000. In Cyrillic script, Pokémon is written as Покемон and its plural is Покемони Pokemony and is fully inflected.
Pokémon video games
The Pokémon video games are released in Ukraine in English. From 2014 it was possible to purchase games digitally through Yandex.Money, which is the official distributor of Nintendo, but then Yandex was banned in Ukraine. Information about physical distribution are little known.
The first four seasons of the Pokémon anime aired on television on the Ukrainian TV channel NTN beginning in 2000. This intros were left in English, though were shown with Ukrainian subtitles and were dubbed as a voice-over.
The fourth movie was released under the title Покемон назавжди: Селебі - Голос лісу.
A Ukrainian dubbed version of Detective Pikachu was also shown in cinemas on May 9, 2019.
Cast and crew
Pilot Studio is responsible for producing the anime in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Ash Ketchum was voiced by Anna Leshchenko (Анна Лещенко). Tetyana Zinovenko (Тетяна Зіновенко) dubbed both Misty and Jessie. Anatoliy Zinovenko (Анатолій Зіновенко) was the voice actor for James, Professor Oak, Giovanni, and the narrator. Dmytro Zavadsʹkyy (Дмитро Завадський) dubbed Gary Oak, Meowth, Brock, and Tracey.
Pokémon Trading Card Game
English language cards has been available in various McDonald's Happy Meals.
Pokémon figurines has been available in various McDonald's Happy Meals.
- Pilot Studio also dubbed the Pokémon anime in Russian with the same voice actors for the first 105 episodes.
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