The dedicated Pokemon TV streaming service allows you to Pokemon TV Watch hundreds of hours of on-demand Pokemon, a Japanese video game made into a popular animated series, first broadcast in 1997, featuring over 1,000 episodes in total and continuing to release new content.
According to business insider, the Pokemon TV app is now available on the Nintendo Switch, giving millions of gamers access to tons of streaming content.
What is Pokemon TV?
Pokemon TV is a dedicated streaming service that allows you to watch a selection of “Pokemon” episodes in rotation for free, and to start watching on-demand episodes, all you have to do is create a Pokemon Trainer Club account and log into the Pokemon TV app.
Hundreds of “Pokemon” episodes are currently available to stream on Pokemon TV, including early seasons such as “Indigo League” and “Adventures in the Orange Islands”, as well as newer seasons such as “Sun & Moon – Urtla Adventures” and “Sun & Moon – Urtla Legends. Certain episodes of “Black & White” and “Diamond and Pearl” seasons are also included.
While you can download episodes from Pokemon TV to watch offline, all downloaded content expires after one week.
If episodes are still available on Pokemon TV after the download expires, you can re-download the requested content for another week of offline viewing.
The streaming service is also currently supported on Nintendo Switch, web browsers, mobile devices, Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire Stick.
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