Boruto Episode 209 Delayed - New Release Date, Time, And Preview Unveiled

Episode 208 saw Boruto unleash powers that he has no memory of while defeating Boro and a coupe forming against Jigen. Now fans are wondering what will happen next!

By Iram Sharifah Khan

July 31, 2021

Boruto: Naruto the Next Generations’ next episode 209 is right around the corner and now fans get to see what fate awaits the ninjas and what Amado plans to do in the forthcoming episode.

Boruto has been going strong since its release in April 2017. This is just a year after the manga series was released, which was in May 2016.

The series, directed by Noriyuki Abe, sits at 7/10 on IMDB and is watched by adoring fans who never miss an episode. For those who are wondering when you’ll get the next slice of the action, Boruto Episode 209 release date has been revealed.

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations – Opening 8 | BAKU

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations – Opening 8 | BAKU

Boruto Episode 209: Release Date And Time Confirmed

Boruto Episode 209 is scheduled to release online at 2 AM PDT on Sunday, 1st August 2021 via Crunchyroll.

The release date and time have now been confirmed by Crunchyroll and based on the schedule given, the episode is expected to air at the following times around the world:

  • Central time: 4 AM on Sunday, 1st August 2021.
  • Eastern time: 5 AM on Sunday, 1st August 2021.
  • British time: 10 AM on Sunday, 1st August 2021.
  • Central European time: 11 AM on Sunday, 1st August 2021.
  • Pakistani time: 2 PM on Sunday, 1st August 2021.
  • India time: 2:30 PM on Sunday, 1st August 2021.
  • Australia time: 6:30 PM on Sunday, 1st August 2021.

For releases in time zones that may not be included in this article for Boruto Episode 209, please use Savvy Time for conversions.

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Reason For Episode 209’s Delay Explained

To the surprise of many fans, Boruto did not air on its scheduled date on Sunday, 25th July 2021. Instead, the release of episode 209 was delayed.

Boruto, like many other anime series streaming on Crunchyroll, was delayed due to the Tokyo Olympics broadcasting at the same time. This means that the anime was pushed back an entire week and is now back on track for its weekly simulcast slot on Sunday, 1st August 2021.

Preview of Episode 209 Revealed

The episode will be titled ‘The Outcast’ and will pick up where episode 208 left off. Naruto will wake up in the hospital surrounded by his family. Boruto then goes to tell Kawaki of this but finds him in pain from his body rejecting the prosthetic.

Kawaki rejects painkillers and Katasuke displays regret for not knowing how to help him properly. While Naruto recovers, Shikamaru tells him what he missed while he was unconscious and that they are still facing a threat, which is made worse by Amado and Koji leaving without telling anyone, possibly for defection.

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How to Watch The Latest Episode

Fans will need a subscription with Crunchyroll to watch Boruto Episode 209 when it releases. Membership prices start at £6.50GBP/$9.09USD per month. Alternatively, they currently offer a 14-day free trial* for those that wish to try before they buy.

The highly-rated manga version can be found here. Fans must also have a subscription to Viz to be able to access the chapters. However, the first and last three chapters are free.

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Iram Sharifah Khan

Iram is a London-based freelance journalist with a BA in Journalism and Media from Birkbeck University. She studied several modules, including Journalism in British Life, Interview skills and Feature Writing, Introduction to Journalism Practice and Manga and Anime. Iram went from university to work with GRV Media at The Focus Writers’ Academy and enjoys learning Japanese, taking singing lessons, playing video games and watching Korean dramas in her spare time.

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