One Piece is about to cross one of the biggest milestones of its entire lifespan. As one of the longest-running anime in history, it's about to release its 1,000th episode after over two decades of air time since its initial release in Japan way back in 1999.
Of the Big Three (a name for the three most popular anime One Piece, Bleach, and Naruto), One Piece is the oldest and longest-running. Loyal fans who've been around since its original release date are about to be rewarded with the fabled episode number 1,000 and here are all the details pertaining to how and when to watch it.
One Piece's 1,000th episode to be streamed worldwide for fans to enjoy together
Funimation and Toei Animation will be hosting a virtual party to celebrate One Piece's 1,000th episode across their YouTube channels, but fans can stream this esteemed episode from a different YouTube channel under the name RogersBase. Funimation's YouTube channel already has a Live Event set up ready to kick off the celebration scheduled to start at 7.15 pm Eastern Standard Time.
RogersBase's livestream of One Piece's 1,000th episode is scheduled to start at 6.00 pm Eastern Standard time and will feature a couple of the preceding episodes right before the 1,000th, so fans can catch up if they need to. The stream is free to watch and available for anyone who can tune into RogerBase's YouTube page.
For fans living in a different time zone than Eastern Standard Time, here's a quick conversion table for the start of RogerBase's stream starting at 6.00 pm EST:
6.00 pm EST equals:
- 5.00 pm Central Time (US)
- 4.00 pm Mountain Time (US)
- 3.00 pm Pacific Standard Time (US)
- 8.00 am Japan Standard Time (Japan - Next Day)
- 7.00 am China Standard Time (China - Next Day)
- 11.00 pm Greenich Mean Time (UK)
- 12.00 am Central European Time Zone (France/Germany - Midnight)
Tune into the One Piece stream at the correct time to watch the 1,000th episode of this decades-long dynasty. Obviously, some worried fans are wondering if the series will end at episode 1,000, but there's only one way to find out.