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Dragon Ball Super: Broly Producer Addresses Series' Future

Norihiro Hayashida, producer of Dragon Ball Super: Broly, has addressed the future of the Dragon Ball Super series.

At the 2019 International Beijing Film Festival, Hayashida said, "Nothing is fixed now. Toei hasn't come up with anything yet, not anything about arrangements and when will it start. We are looking forward to it as eagerly as everyone else. There is nothing that we can answer about it right now."

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While many fans might be disappointed by the apparent lack of news surrounding the franchise, this does indicate that future possibilities are still a matter of discussion. At the same time, however, this also means that any future Dragon Ball Super content has yet to enter active production or even pre-production, meaning fans will have to wait a little longer before they can see Goku, Vegeta and the rest in a main series anytime soon.

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Akira Toriyama's beloved characters are currently appearing in Super Dragon Ball Heroes, an original net anime based on the arcade game Dragon Ball Heroes.

Dragon Ball Super airs new dubbed episodes on Saturdays at 11 pm ET/PT on Adult Swim.

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