Updated 03:49 AM EDT, Tue, Sep 29, 2020

Pokémon X and Y Update: Anime's 'Kalos, Where Dreams and Adventures Begin!' to Re-Air, Start Official 'XY' Season Jan. 18 [Video]

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Pokémon's newest anime season is set to start Saturday, Jan. 18 with the rebroadcast of "Kalos, Where Dreams and Adventures Begin!"

The episode originally aired in the United States on Oct. 19, two days after its original airing in Japan, making it the shortest span for the international dub for the franchise.

Fans that missed the episode, which originally aired as a preview, can watch it again at 8:30 a.m. EST on Cartoon Network.

The episode follows protagonist Ash Ketchum and Pikachu traveling to the Kalos region with journalist Alexa, who has been accompanying the Pallet Town-native since the Decolore Islands arc during the "Black and White" series.

Without spoiling anything, the episode is quick to feature the new Pokémon found only at the Kalos region, which is heavily inspired by France and its culture.

New characters are introduced such as Clemont and his little sister Bonnie and Serena and her mother Grace.

As Latino Post reported, a trailer for the new anime season premiered online in December featuring a remix to the original Pokémon theme song. It is unknown if the remix will serve as the new intro song, but fans will find out on Jan. 18.

Meanwhile, the soundtrack for the "Pokémon HeartGold" and "Pokémon SoulSilver" video games has been made available for fans on Apple's iTunes store. Titled "Pokémon HeartGold & Pokémon SoulSilver: Super Music Collection," the soundtrack features 270 songs from the title screen music, New Bark Town, wild Pokémon battle, Pokémon Center, trainer battle, Ruins of Alph, gym leader battle, Team Rocket's headquarters, and the Champion battle themes, to name a few.

The "Pokémon HeartGold & Pokémon SoulSilver: Super Music Collection" album can be purchased for $9.99. The soundtrack comes a little over a month after the soundtrack for "Pokémon FireRed Version" and "Pokémon LeafGreen Version" was made available in early December for $11.99.

For spoilers of the latest anime season, including gym battles and Ash's new Pokémon, click here.


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