I ran into this same thing when i started watching the anime. Ran through all the episodes in a matter of a week and a half and went looking for more. The best thing you can do to continue the story for now is watch the subtitled version. Now i dont know how you feel about doing this but its so worth it. Once the dubs release i go back and watch them.

You are watching: Naruto shippuden english dub episode 336

And then once i finished all the episodes of the anime I read the manga to finish the story, this is what i recommend doing if you can't wait and want to finish the story.


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· 6 yr. ago

You watched all the dubbed episodes in a week and a half...??? Holy shit, that's like watching Naruto for 15 hours a day


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· 6 yr. ago
336 doesn't come out until July. You can pre order on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01DN54ROI/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


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· 6 yr. ago

336 and beyond have not been released. They are done batches of 13 episodes 4 times a year. Next one to come out will be on the 5th of July, but it will take a few days for them to get online.

I use kissanime.


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· 6 yr. ago

Isn't using KA sort of shooting yourself in the foot, though?

I mean, isn't the main reason the dubs come out so slow nowadays, because of the lack of network support & declining DVD sales (due to availability on torrents, etc.)?

This is one of the complaints I get from Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (who directs this dub, directed Cowboy Bebop & Wolf's Rain dub, & even directing the One Punch Man dub, as well as Tangled & Penn-Zero), Dave Wittenberg (Henry from Digimon season 3, & Kakashi).

Troy Baker even had to quit the dub partially because of this - their studio time just wasn't enough for his busy schedule.


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· 6 yr. ago
Well, Naruto (& anime in general) is Japanese enough that it really has a hard time working here, especially against the awesome live-action comic book shows, & it wouldn't fit next to something like Steven Universe or such Disney shows, or animated sitcoms like Family Guy.

At one point (mid-2000's) anime was nearing mainstream, but the bubble broke, & since then the Japanese just feel we aren't really worth the trouble.

This is why anime dubs tend to have a budget that is orders of magnitude (like exponentially) smaller than, say, Avatar or The Last of Us VO, & thus they can't afford the best VA's.

Though I'll say that Naruto's is probably one of the best dubs that is currently running - it's the only one of the Big 3 approved the actors' union, & one of few current union dubs in general.

To answer your question...I wish I knew why, but FWR it's not coming out too fast on the Toonami block, nor why it's not all on Hulu, but to put things in short...it's just not that popular

That being said...if they sped up the dub, & caught up quickly enough...would more people pay attention to it?

I'm not sure, but I think what they're waiting to do is have the whole series over with before they finish the dub - they already dubbed Boruto, so clearly, they're doing "what is right for the moment".

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Bottom line, I think: keep voting with your Netflix/Hulu views. What I do is run it in as many tabs as possible, at 16x speed, while I work on other things.

In the meantime, you can either buy the last ~5 volumes of the comics (which is what I did), &/or watch it in Japanese (which I also am familiar with, & enjoy)