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Bleach TYBW Part 2 Episode 11: Release Date & Timings

Bleach TYBW Part 2 Episode 11: Bleach, an iconic anime and manga series, has long held a special place in the hearts of fans, and its triumphant return after a nine-year hiatus is nothing short of a triumphant revival. 

With its legacy deeply intertwined with the “Big Three” of anime, alongside titles like Naruto and One Piece, Bleach has been a cornerstone of the medium’s popularity in both the East and the West.

Till now 10 episodes have already been released and the energy is still high among the fans. 

We know that you are here to know more about the upcoming episode so we have prepared a small episode guide for all TYBW fans. Make sure to go through everything before marking your calendar.

Bleach TYBW Part 2 Episode 11: Release Date & Timings
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Bleach TYBW Part 2 Episode 11 Release Date

Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2 Episode 11 is set to premiere on Saturday, September 23rd, at approximately 2 pm GMT, 7 am PT, and 9 am CT. The actual release time may slightly vary depending on how quickly the OTT platforms upload new episodes, but it should be quite close to these times.

For fans of the series, it’s important to note that Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2 will be available exclusively in its original Japanese language with subtitles, as dubbing will not be available upon release.

As for the duration of Season 1 Part 2 Episode 11, it’s expected to run for around 24 minutes. The episode is titled ‘Too Early To Win Too Late To Know,’ promising another exciting addition to the Bleach saga.

Bleach TYBW Part 2 Episode 11 Timings

The episode timings for different regions have been shared below:

  1. GMT (Greenwich Mean Time): 2:00 PM
  2. UTC (Coordinated Universal Time): 2:00 PM
  3. BST (British Summer Time): 3:00 PM (London, United Kingdom)
  4. CEST (Central European Summer Time): 4:00 PM (Paris, France)
  5. EEST (Eastern European Summer Time): 5:00 PM (Athens, Greece)
  6. EDT (Eastern Daylight Time): 10:00 AM (New York, USA)
  7. CDT (Central Daylight Time): 9:00 AM (Chicago, USA)
  8. MDT (Mountain Daylight Time): 8:00 AM (Denver, USA)
  9. PDT (Pacific Daylight Time): 7:00 AM (Los Angeles, USA)
  10. AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time): midnight (next day, Sydney, Australia)
  11. JST (Japan Standard Time): 11:00 PM (Tokyo, Japan)
  12. IST (Indian Standard Time): 6:30 PM (New Delhi, India)

Where to Watch Bleach TYBW Part 2 Episode 11?

Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War is currently airing in Japan on several TV channels: TV Tokyo, TV Shizuoka, Niigata Broadcasting, Hiroshima TV, Sendai Broadcasting, Animax, and AT-X.

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For international viewers, the series can be streamed on various platforms, including Disney+, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Rakuten TV, and Netflix, although availability may vary by region.

Additionally, previous seasons of Bleach are also accessible on popular streaming services such as Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+, and Netflix for fans to catch up on the series.

Bleach TYBW Part 2 Episode 10 Recap

In this episode of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2, Mayuri’s character shines as he faces off against Zombie Toshiro. 

Mayuri’s cunning and resourcefulness are on full display, making him a standout captain among the 13 Court Guard Squads. 

Meanwhile, Byakuya also takes the spotlight briefly, showcasing his iconic Senbonzakura Kageyoshi Bankai.

The Quincies suffer heavy losses, and Gigi and Pepe demonstrate their formidable powers. 

As the invasion of the Soul King’s palace unfolds, the episode reveals the strength and variety of the Quincies, with some ideas for their powers standing out more than others.


The show keeps getting better and you cannot miss out on the upcoming episode if you think I missed out on anything then feel free to let me know through the comments section below.

Nadia Zabin
Nadia Zabin

Nadia Zabin is a dynamic writer interested in exploring different genres and writing styles. She has profound knowledge of anime and manga culture making her an indispensable source of information. She has been writing about anime since a coon's age and is always on the lookout for ways to share her knowledge and zest with others.

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