Boruto E149: All The Details You Need To Know

Love it or hate it, you cannot deny that every once in a while, ‘Boruto’ does manage to outshine ‘Naruto’ either with its action or its humor. Not to mention, since it clearly has a bigger budget, even its animation quality is usually pretty consistent. So if you’ve already watched ‘Naruto’ and you’re looking for something that could replace it, give this anime a shot. With that said, read on further to know all about the streaming details and release date of the next episode.

Boruto Episode 149 Release Date: When will it premiere?

Boruto‘, which is a direct sequel of ‘Naruto Shippuden‘, premiered on April 5, 2017, and has aired 148 episodes so far. ‘Boruto’ Episode 149 is scheduled to release on March 22, 2020.

Check out the tweet below to get a short preview for the next episode:

Where to Watch Boruto Episode 149 English Dub Online?

You can stream ‘Boruto’ on Crunchyroll and Hulu with its original Japanese audio and English subtitles. Viewers in the United States can stream its English dubbed version on Viz Media. Viewers from Australia and New Zealand can watch it on AnimeLab.

Boruto Spoilers

Those who have been following ‘Naruto’ since the day it first premiered, will know how far our beloved character has come now. He was once a notorious little kid who played silly pranks on everyone around him. But even back then, he had a very strong sense of justice and no matter what people told him, he still aspired to be the Hokage of the Green Leaf village. After being looked down upon for so long, Naruto is now finally the Hokage and even now, he keeps proving that he very well deserves to be where he is. But even with this, not everything is all sunshine and rainbows as all of it comes with a big price.

Naruto and his men spend days away from their families just to ensure that their village is safe. They make sure that the village is well protected from all the evil forces out there and apart from that, they are also determined to keep their village in peaceful terms with the neighboring villages. However, this forces them to invest a lot of time in this job and they can’t help but spend most of their time away from their families. In the meantime, back at the village, a whole new generation of shinobi begins to emerge and among them is Naruto’s own son, Boruto.

Despite being somewhat of a child prodigy, Boruto is prideful and hates being known as the Hokage’s son. Instead, he aspires to have an identity of his own. And the fact that his father stays away from home all the time does not help either. As a result, he becomes a bit too egoistic and prideful about himself. Just like Naruto, Boruto, too, sets out to fight evil forces lurking around their villages with a bunch of friends and along the way, he learns a lot more than he could have initially imagined.

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